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SLU Workforce Center: Fall Stress Management Webinar Series

Wednesday, 17 November, 2021

Managing Stress at Work and Home: Tools for Renewing Mental, Physical and Emotional Resources

Featuring Dr. Jennifer Giancola, Professor, Saint Louis University’s School for Professional Studies 

With changes in our work and home environments, employees experience more personal and job stress. This webinar series provides practical tools to not only help manage stress, but also become more resilient to demands. Participants learn how to renew themselves mentally, physically and emotionally to enhance well-being and productivity. By the end of this webinar series, you:

  • Understand your warning system for stress
  • Learn tools for dealing with stressors and renewing personal resources
  • Practice techniques like complex movement and deep relaxation
  • Implement a stress management action plan

November Webinar

Session 3 - Wednesday, Nov 17th @ 12 PM - 12:45 PM Central
The third and final webinar teaches more advanced stress management tools. You learn ways to stop unproductive thinking and promote a positive mindset. You practice relaxation techniques that provide deeper renewal of resources.


About Jennifer Giancola, Ph.D.

Dr. Giancola is an accomplished trainer and consultant in the areas of workplace stress and burnout, employee mentoring, and organizational development and strategy. Over the last 26 years, Dr. Giancola has worked with numerous companies as well as management and staff at all levels including organizations like Phillips 66, Anheuser-Busch, Dierbergs and New York Medical Center. Her work relies on a scientist-practitioner model that is firmly grounded in experience and research, culminating in several publications in the field. Jennifer holds masters and doctoral degrees with an emphasis in organizational psychology and is Professor at Saint Louis University’s School for Professional Studies.

For more information or to register for this complimentary webinar series, click here. Attendance at the first 2 sessions is not required to attend the final session.