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The stress & resiliency problem

Persistent stress can lead to anxiety, depression, sleeplessness, and other serious health conditions. It’s often impossible to avoid or remove stressors, so many people seek emotional relief through unhealthy behaviors like overeating and drug or alcohol abuse. Over time the weight of stressful situations takes a toll on a person’s ability to bounce back and recover.

Job stress is far and away the leading source of stress for American adults. Four out of five workers experience stress on the job and nearly half say they need help learning how to better manage their stress. A stressed employee costs their employer an estimated $1,721 a year in increased health costs, lost productivity and absenteeism.

Where most stress management programs fall short

While better working conditions and activities such as yoga and meditation can certainly be helpful, they do not adequately address the most commonly cited cause of workplace stress: “meeting deadlines.” Because deadlines are a necessary part of business and modern life, mental wellbeing programs also need to build the emotional resiliency required to effectively handle high-stress situations.

The SelfHelpWorks approach

The LivingEasy online stress and resiliency program helps employees change the way they react to stress by retraining their brain’s habitual, impulsive reaction to the recurring stressful situations they face on a regular basis.

LivingEasy is a proprietary evidence-based cognitive behavioral training program. During the program, participants learn how to transform their emotional and behavioral responses to stressful events and relationships so that they produce power, freedom, and control instead of frustration, hopelessness or overwhelm.

In a Texas Department of Human Services case study, 73% of the employees who took the LivingEasy stress management and resiliency program reported reducing their frequency of being troubled by stress from “excessively”, “heavily” or “often” to just “sometimes”, and 33% reported taking more action to resolve a stressful situation.

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Managing alcohol use

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Successfully manage diabetes

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47%

A large national wellness program compared Health Risk Assessment scores to the prior year for members who had completed condition-appropriate SelfHelpWorks programs. 47% reported lower levels of stress after completing LivingEasy.

73%

Employees of the State of Texas that participated in the LivingEasy program to improve their resiliency. 73% reported during the program that they felt less troubled by stress and 69% felt more capable to resolve the primary stressful situation in their lives.

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