“Learning more about how acute stress and chronic stress affect the brain may help in the development of treatment targets for depression,” says Jessica Cooper, first author of the study and a post-doctoral fellow in Emory’s Department of Psychology. A new study identifies a novel biomarker indicating resilience to chronic stress. This biomarker is largely
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A Coaching Model Created by Diego Nannicini(Executive, Resilience, Transition Coach, CHINA) Foreword Coaching for resilience is about having the client increase their capability of facing challenges that strain their resources. The basic foundation of my approach, in line with the research of (Pemberton, 2014), is that resilience is like a muscle which, like every other
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By Stephanie Patterson For Pacific Daily News We all feel stress from time to time, and thank goodness we do. A stress reaction is what allows our bodies to act quickly in an emergency and prevent injury for ourselves or others. Fortunately, most days we do not encounter emergencies, and yet most of us continue
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A Coaching Model Created by Charlene Moynihan(Ability Coach, UNITED STATES) According to CDC data from 2017, 61 million adults in the United States live with a disability; that’s 26% or 1 in 4. Affordableinsurance.com states that more than 375,000 Americans become totally disabled every year and 8 million have some disability that limits or prevents
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A Coaching Model Created by Lacie Bohanon(Life Coach, UNITED STATES) Everyone has had tough times in life and some get the stuck feeling that they are the victim in life.  It is possible to move one’s self out of the victim seat into the victor seat and claim VICTORY of one’s life.  We use the
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Collaboration is a key skill set for coaches. We not only partner with our clients, but we also collaborate with other businesses and practitioners. Whether it’s creating a joint venture for marketing or co-leading a group or team coaching session, it’s important to consider HOW you are collaborating. Collaborating across distance and time in the
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A Coaching Model Created by Hiroshi Ito(Personal Development Coach, JAPAN) Flowers enrich your mind. When I was in my undergraduate and postgraduate programs at university, I studied life sciences, specifically orchid biology. Orchids are so beautiful. My professor told me, Food is necessary for our bodies, and flowers enrich our minds. I have been a
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A Coaching Model Created by Lorrie Ortiz(Executive Coach, UNITED STATES) A coaching model addressing the wellbeing of physicians so they can continue their focus on the wellbeing of others.  The world of healthcare has changed for the clinical healthcare professional.  From a focus of addressing the specific health needs of ailing patients, health professionals now
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Patients’ conditions can significantly affect their quality of life in many ways. Medical professionals should be aware of how these conditions can affect patients’ mental health. Epilepsy, partly due to the nature and effects of recurring seizures, can cause psychiatric comorbidities. Major depressive disorder, generalized anxiety disorder, and posttraumatic stress disorder have been identified as
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A Coaching Model Created by Beatrice Dupasquier(Transition Coach, BARBADOS) Introduction: Retirement from sport and especially from the competition has the potential to be a significant change for professional athletes. It is an important transition that needs to be accepted and prepared for to assure success and tranquility.  There are two types of transitions, the one
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A Coaching Model Created by Michele Longobardi(Executive Coach, ITALY) Assumption. While the literature on entrepreneurship is still discussing which variables or models may help to define entrepreneur’s features (1) and how these impact business, it is a common experience among consultants to see entrepreneurs who decide to scale up their business (i.e. growing from a small
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