VENUE: Mechanical A/V Hall, CMRIT,
TIMINGS: 2 p.m to 4 p.m
Stress management is a wide spectrum of techniques and psychotherapies aimed at controlling a person’s level of stress usually for the purpose of and for the motive of improving everyday functioning. In this context, the term ‘stress’ refers only to a stress with significant negative consequences, or distress in the terminology advocated by Hans Selye, rather than what he calls eustress, a stress whose consequences are helpful or otherwise. The process of stress management is named as one of the keys to a happy and successful life in modern society. Although life provides numerous demands that can prove difficult to handle, stress management provides a number of ways to manage anxiety and maintain overall well-being.
OPENING ACTIVITY – Stress Test is a simple opening activity to get the group talking about stress.
The directions are easy:
Discuss after each vote: Why do some people find this situations stressful, while others do not? In other words, why doesn’t this issue bother some people? (Get opinions and discuss)
Final Discussion Questions:
(A lot of what has to do with stress management is based on the answer to this challenging question)
Dept. of Mgmt. Studies