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BSBB 1012 - Stress Management

  • Noncredit

Being able to manage stress is an important skill that helps employees navigate struggles in both their personal and professional lives. Dealing with stress in a healthy and productive way is extremely important in the workforce. Even in your personal life, you may encounter stress that makes life difficult, but if managed correctly, you can keep it from having a negative impact on your work life. This tells employers and customers that even though things can be tough, you know how to handle stress and not cause harm to yourself or others in the process. Employers love people that manage stress positively, because when a person breaks down from stress it creates more work for that employer and can create stress for other employees.

This course focuses on what stress is and how people tend to deal with stress. You will also learn the effects of stress, how stress can affect your mind and your body, and stress management techniques to help you expand your tool kit of dealing with stress in your professional and personal life.

By the end of this course, you will be able to:

• Define stress and identify stressors in your life.
• Identify the physical, mental, and emotional effects of stress.
• Recall and practice positive stress management techniques.

Noncredit courses do not produce academic credit nor appear on a Colorado State University academic transcript.

Please note that there are no refunds for open entry courses.

Textbooks and Materials

All materials are supplied within the online course.


Veronica O. White

Veronica O. White is the Work Skills Instructor for Goodwill Industries of Career Connection Center at Stapleton. She is responsible for providing job readiness/preparation courses and job coaching at the Center and is a Certified Résumé writer responsible for matching at-risk adults with employment or volunteer placements. Veronica is a leader who is able to work with a diverse community, passionately and effectively. She has her B.A. in Psychology from Columbia College. Veronica has volunteered in the City of Aurora as a member and chair with the Aurora Human Relations Commission, and Vice President of the Western Region with the National Association of Human Right Workers. For her dedication and time, Veronica has been recognized with various awards including the Torch Bearer Award from the Human Relations Commission at the City of Aurora, Outstanding Staff Award from the University of Denver and recognition for Outstanding Service from former Mayor Stephen Hogan as well as a plethora of thank you cards for participants. Veronica is driven by giving back to her community, advocating and uplifting others and dotting on her four grandchildren who are known as her “four heartbeats.”