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Holistic Stress Management

This certification workshop is designed to train health educators with an interest and background in “Holistic Stress Management” to teach, direct or facilitate quality presentations/workshops at their worksite. The focus of this workshop is holistic—honoring the integration, balance and harmony of mind, body spirit and emotions for optimal well-being. The World Heath Organization cites stress as “a global epidemic.” In light of recent events, from international terrorism, Columbine High School, genetic cloning, increases in chronic diseases and everything in between, the words “change” and “stress” are becoming synonymous. It is no secret that people’s coping skills for change are underdeveloped and certainly underutilized. The purpose of this workshop is two-fold: 1) to gain a sound background in holistic approach to stress management, addressing not only the causes of stress through effective coping skills, but the symptoms of stress with effective relaxation techniques, and 2) to refine excellent teaching skills in which to share this knowledge most effectively, whether it is through a one-hour presentation or a 16 week college credit course. More information can be found here on his website.

Course Dates: April 2-5, 2020
Location: DoubleTree Hotel & Conference Center, Winsor Locks (Hartford), Connecticut
Brochure: Link Here
Online Registration: Link Here

Course Dates: May 14-17, 2020
Location: Millennium Harvest Hotel, Boulder, Colorado
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Online Registration: Link Here

Instructor: Brian Luke Seaward, PhD



Luke at 303-678-9962 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


This continuing nursing education activity was approved by the American Holistic Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.

Approval for contact hours through the AHNA is based on an assessment of the educational merit of this program and does not constitute endorsement of the use of any specific modality in the care of clients.