Self Care, the Antidote to Stress

JCC South Hills, 345 Kane Boulevard off Bower Hill Road

February 11, 2019

6 pm

These are important topics that you often hear about, and they may be affecting your life. To help you learn more about these issues and how you can deal with them, the Jewish Community Center of Greater Pittsburgh is collaborating with WorkPartners, a branch of the UPMC Insurance Services Division focused on health and productivity solutions for high-performing companies and local communities, to host several interactive seminars.

The final session will be:

Self Care, the Antidote to Stress
Monday, February 11 at 6 p.m.
at the South Hills JCC, 345 Kane Blvd., Scott
There’s no way to completely avoid stress in life, but you can learn self-care strategies to help when you feel overwhelmed. Join us on February 11 at the South Hills Jewish Community Center for a 60-minute training session on Self Care, the Antidote to Stress. You’ll have the opportunity to:
  • Explore a definition of stress that includes how the perception of stress can be directly impacted by our beliefs and stories about challenging events and circumstances.
  • Review how today’s crazy-busy culture undermines our efforts to manage our stress levels.
  • Discuss the role of oxytocin, the “love hormone,” on stress.
  • Review and practice multiple strategies for changing our relationship to stress.

Please register for the event here and mark your calendar for February 11 at 6 p.m. We look forward to a calm, relaxing training session that will give you new tools to deal with stress.

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