StressTech Literacy Series: Using DigitalTech to Achieve Healthier Stress Levels is Launched!

True to our intention to continually develop educational offerings that enable a responsible adoption of MentalTech, we have developed and released our StressTech literacy series. Different from our forthcoming MentalTech literacy series, StressTech focused on technology applications that achieve healthier stress levels. It’s focused on wellness versus illness. It targets caregivers, workers, and students, who are concerned about stress & burning out, and who use digital technologies daily but not in ways that proactively protect them from stress and burnout.

This series will consist of 3 modules. The first, Introduction to StressTech, is completed and available as live and online presentations.  

This introductory content seeks the answer three questions:

  1. What are the typical stress triggers?
  2. What are the proven means of managing stress?
  3. What are our digital lifestyles and how can they be leveraged to achieve healthier stress levels?

In addition to exploring these questions, which are personal in nature, this module introduces a number of StressTech offerings that facilitate: a) education, b) lifestyle training, c) habit tracking, and d) peer support. In our live, versus virtual, sessions, we also do live demonstrations of some of these applications.

Here you can see a  short explainer video we have prepared which outlines this module. And if you would like to experience a FREE live preview of the module, see our EventBrite schedule.

We are continually looking to expand the footprint of this content with those who can benefit from it. If you know leaders responsible for a) caregiver support, b) employee wellness or c) student health, in networks and organizations, please share this information with them and refer us at craig@wiseworking.com.

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