Stress Management Course

Rated 4.36 out of 5 based on 14 customer ratings
(14 customer reviews)

$70.00

Official course page: stressfreebrains.com/course

Join over 500 people on this journey to a better life. Receive lifetime access to our interactive course and start understanding what stress is, where it comes from, and methods you can use to cope with it.

Read along with the course modules at your own pace to learn about the science behind stress and how to apply it to your everyday life. The daily surveys are a proven way to track your progress and watch your improvement over time. By writing in your online stress journal, you can start to unravel the layers of your subconscious to get to the root of the problem. Explore additional features including goal setting, happiness tracking, growth analysis, and the forum to give yourself the best chances of success. The end goal of this course is to retrain your brain to have a better perspective in your busy life.

We hope you’ll learn more about yourself on this journey and find ways to improve your quality of life through stress management techniques backed by science.

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Course Modules

This interactive course features over 15 modules for you to read at your own pace. The readings include science-based learning about stress, various stress management techniques, and interactive questionnaires to help you learn more about yourself. The modules include:

  1. Introduction – An introduction to the course and discovering the reasons you are taking it
  2. Why Are We So Stressed Out? – A deeper look into how humans keep getting busier and the impacts it has on our health
  3. Stopping Behaviours That Make You Stressed – Why people need to stop their bad habits before they can improve their quality of life
  4. Stress or Anxiety? – Learn how to distinguish a life threatening situation from unnecessary stress
  5. Self Check – An interactive section to help you understand how bad your stress levels are
  6. Panic Attacks – Learn the signs of a panic attack and see if you’ve ever experienced one
  7. Dealing With Panic Attacks – Healthy coping mechanisms for before, during, and after a panic attack
  8. Calming Yourself With Visualization – Ideas to help you cope with stress without the need for medication
  9. Using Music to Beat Stress – Learn how the music you listen to at work can affect your anxiety levels
  10. Self-Hypnosis For Stress – Small exercises that might be a fun experiment for you
  11. Stress Management – Over 30 tips for how to deal with stress healthy throughout your day
  12. Lean to Say No – Learn how to say no and not feel guilty about it
  13. Take a Break – Great tips on getting yourself to stop and recharge throughout the day
  14. Relaxing at Work – Specific tips to apply to your work life
  15. Conclusion – Looking back at the last few weeks to see what improvements you’ve made

Interactive Course Tools

The success of our course is attributed to the interactive tools that we’ve provided to be supplementary to the reading material. Many of our participants have success by tracking their happiness throughout the course and finding what habits inhibit their happiness and what habits promote their happiness.

Daily Happiness Survey

At anytime during the day, take the happiness survey. This survey takes 2 minutes a day and collects basic data on how much sleep you got, what foods you ate, who you spent time with, and how you felt overall. This technique forces you to think about how your actions changed your mood. This is a proven way to get people thinking more about their habits and discovering what habits are good for their happiness. For example, some of our participants realized their diet filled only with junk food was causing them to spiral into a bad lifestyle of stress eating and weight gain. If they could work towards small changes in their eating habits, many people found their happiness increased.

Brain Log

The brain log is a summary of the data collected from your happiness surveys. It helps course participants find correlations between their habits and happiness. If you notice that hanging out with a certain person makes you feel unhappy, maybe it’s time to say no to that friendship. If you notice that you’re happier on days you sleep longer, maybe it’s time to wiggle in an extra 30 minutes of sleep per night. Before you

Brain Journal

Being the most used feature, the brain journal is a proven way to help you unravel what’s making you unhappy. It’s a personal and secure place for you to vent your good and bad thoughts. Participants find it amazing looking back at past journals and laughing at the silly things they were stressed over.

Brain Goals

A place to set goals and mark them off as completed. Some participants have small goals such as ‘Go for a walk this afternoon’, while others strive for bigger one. A fundamental part of removing bad habits and replacing them with good ones is making small, attainable goals for yourself. You should strive to have one or two daily goals, a few goals that take you a week, and a more long term goal. Lots of people get into the habit of making goals for themselves that sound like  ‘I will be happy when I become a NHL player’. This causes a problem because you’ve told yourself that you can only be happy if you reach this extensive, unrealistic goal. Our course teaches you to focus on changing small things in your life that will help you change huge things for yourself in the long run.

Brain Mail

Research shows that when a group of people work towards a common goal together, they’re more likely to achieve it than if they were going at it alone. Our course allows for communication among fellow users who are all striving for a stress free lifestyle. Every course member has a private inbox where they will receive notifications and private messages from other users.

Brain Feed

It’s like your Facebook news feed, but people post about stressful issues they need help with. You can post anonymously or using your username (this is great for letting people visit your profile page so they can become friends with you and start a private chat). Whether you’re looking to comment on other users’ posts, post a personal issue that you need advice on, or ask a question about the course, this is the place to do it. This community is a safe space for you. Don’t be shy.

 

 

 

14 reviews for Stress Management Course

  1. Rated 4 out of 5

    Izzy

    Every person on earth should get this course! even if you don’t do it right away, you have lifetime access.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Jules Sanders

    A very useful guide! For anyone struggling with stress and feeling overwhelmed, the research-based strategies and thoughtful exercises in this course can help build a more positive mindset. The readings part addresses specific challenges such as being self-critical, excessive worrying, and emotional eating, and it offers practical ways to move toward healthier coping. Highly recommended!

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    bridgit

    Excellent! Superior to other courses on the subject. Factual, persuasive, and a great tool for bringing sanity back into my life.

  4. Rated 3 out of 5

    Lesley C. Anderson

    I was in a pretty deep depression for the last few months and this course was just something i impulsively purchased online. I’m now back to my full-time job, taking my kids to dance and karate and swimming again, and going on a few walks a week to get out of the house. Thank you for this course! It’s kind of neat looking back at my progress and seeing where I was a month ago.

  5. Rated 5 out of 5

    Jason Sharp

    This course is a God send!! Big thanks to the developers who worked on it!! This course is good for chronic stress, relationship stress, workplace stress, etc.. The mindfulness makes perfect sense and probably the most helpful part of the reading module.

  6. Rated 5 out of 5

    Patti Fraher

    I haven’t finished it quite yet but very interesting and informative so far!

  7. Rated 2 out of 5

    Garfield

    Takes too much time to do.. waste of time

  8. Rated 4 out of 5

    Normal dad

    Had trouble logging in… guess I used the wrong email. But then customer service was good.

  9. Rated 5 out of 5

    Marcel37

    Course material is a great read. Makes sense. Illuminating and scientific without being overly technical. Practical exercises included.

  10. Rated 5 out of 5

    Jen Warren

    Great course! We all have our issues with stress but as this course points out, it’s not the stress itself that is so damaging but our reactions to it that make all the difference. This course really beaks down the causes of stress and teaches the participant to identify the type of stress provides coping mechanisms. Excellent readings! Highly recommended!

  11. Rated 4 out of 5

    JOSH HADFIELD

    This course has been recommended to me but I was reluctant to buy it because I didn’t think it would keep my attention and it would just gather dust. If you practice the suggestions in the course it will truly help your mind especially if you have a lot of mind fog or negative thoughts…

  12. Rated 4 out of 5

    Mackenzie

    Pretty great course.. There still seems to be room for improvement but updates are added to the course often, so I think they took care of those issues.

  13. Rated 5 out of 5

    Dr. Ron Kuhn

    As a couples therapist who has taught neuroscience for clinicians in various settings I came into my experience of this course not very sure what I would expect. I was wrong in. First of all, the deeper significance of the course is not simply relaying factual information about the structure of the brain and nervous system but in conveying an attitude of hopefulness and self-assertion that can make all the difference in how we all deal with the stress that impacts our nervous systems.It does a lovely job of encouraging and explicating the steps that can be taken to help deter the damaging effects of stress. It seems that the centrality of stress’ impact on our lives has become subjugated to some of the “hot” topics like trauma and dealing with narcissism yet the damage that stress causes more than deserves our sober attention. In the future I may consider applying this to patient treatment.

  14. Rated 5 out of 5

    Stressed Out Sam

    This course is amazing. If you suffer from stress – GET IT NOW!

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