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Not a cookbook of answers or techniques, this stress management book seeks to develop creative resourcefulness, the general ability to explore a wide variety of coping strategies and effectively apply those that work best. It is unique in that it encourages the reader to supplement chapters with coping strategies found elsewhere ... an example of the creativity central to the overall goal of the text. For religious and psychological counselors, personnel administration professionals, nurses, social workers, and all those interested in reducing stress.
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This guide to stress management avoids a "cookbook" of answers and techniques and instead develops in readers a creative resourcefulness and the general ability to explore a wide variety of coping strategies while effectively applying those that work best. Part I presents a manual of basic problem-solving principles that underlie stress management. Parts II and III offer a comprehensive library of coping strategies with a wealth of ideas for readers to explore, and each self-contained chapter introduces concrete and practical instructions for a different coping option.From the Back Cover:
This remarkable book, written by a national recognized expert and authority on stress and coping, covers what you need to know about stress management and clearly explains those exercises experts have found easiest and most effective.
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Book Description Prentice-Hall. Condition: New. pp. 288. Seller Inventory # 5269429
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