Corporate Stress Programs

1. Reduce Stress & Be Your Best!

This is a topic that I am seeing more and more clients for on a regular basis. Stress was not just invented; however we are learning that stress and our reaction to it can have catastrophic results on our health and wellbeing.

I will come into your place of business and teach your staff to react to stress in a calmer more relaxed manner. Knowledge is power in this case. I will give a presentation on how to cope with stress. Then the part everyone loves, a relaxing hypnosis session. Everyone will leave with one of my custom made Stress Reduction CDs.

DID YOU KNOW that stress is linked as a contributory factor in 90% of illnesses?

"In 1999 Canadian employers lost over 18 billion dollars due to stress related illness." -Dr. Jeffrey Lipsichitz, Canada AM. Some studies suggest that this number has at least doubled, and perhaps even tripled.

DID YOU KNOW that 70% of people suffering from stress don't even know it?

2. Increase Confidence & Reduce Stress!

This half day workshop is great for any group...employees, management team, or just a group of friends or colleagues. Attendees will use their powers of visualization in a very unique and powerful way. When confidence is up and stress is down you feel better, perform better and are more likely to live longer and be healthier.

In organizations, this translates into increased productivity, better morale, and decreased sick time.

In individuals, this translates into an overall feeling of wellbeing, a new and healthy vital energy that helps you to accomplish all that you need to do.

Everyone will leave refreshed and have a feeling of confidence that they have not had in a long time. Everyone will leave with one of my custom made Stress Reduction CDs.

I am reminded of a concept of Hypnosis:

"Whatever stress makes worst, Hypnosis can make better."

I love this idea as it rings true to all who have come to see me in my practice.

"I can help the way you react to stress when it knocks on your door."

"It is not work that kills men, it is worry. Work is healthy; you can hardly put more on a man than he can bear. But worry is rust upon the blade. It is not movement that destroys the machinery, but friction."
Henry Ward Beecher