Next Program Begins on March 5th, 2023
Manage Your Mind: Address Your Stress
Learn to Let Go of Stress and Shift
Negative Thinking to Positive Action
Finally, a guided program that offers personalized support to help you stress less, ease anxiety and build resilience so you can ditch the confusion, relieve overwhelm, and be the calm, clear, and present person that you really want to be.
Stress Self-Assessment Tool
- On a scale of 1-10, how often do you feel stressed?
a) Rarely (1-3)
b) Sometimes (4-6)
c) Often (7-9)
d) Almost always (10)
2. What are your main sources of stress? (Select all that apply)
a. Work (1)
b. Family (1)
c. Finances (1)
d. Health concerns (1)
e. Relationship issues (1)
f. Other (please specify): __________ (1)
3. How do you typically cope with stress? (Select all that apply)
b. Meditation/relaxation techniques
c. Talking to friends or family
d. Eating comfort foods
e. Drinking alcohol or using drugs
f. Other (please specify): __________
4. On a scale of 1-10, how effective do you feel your current stress management strategies are?
a. Not effective (10)
b. Somewhat effective (4-6)
c. Moderately effective (1-3)
d. Very effective (0)
5. Have you experienced any physical or emotional symptoms related to stress in the past month? (Select all that apply)
a. Headaches (1)
b. Fatigue (1)
c. Irritability (1)
d. Anxiety (1)
e. Depression (1)
f. Trouble sleeping (1)
g. Other (please specify): __________ (1)
Add up your scores for questions where a scale has been included. And then, use these guidelines to assess your stress level and for simple stress management suggestions.
Score 5 or less: If you scored 5 or less, you might not be experiencing significant levels of stress at this time. However, it’s still important to prioritize self-care and stress management strategies to maintain good physical and mental health. Consider incorporating some stress reduction techniques like exercise, meditation, or journaling into your daily routine.
Score 6 or more: you definitely will benefit from my stress and anxiety management offering and should enroll in my upcoming Let Go of Stress; How to Shift Negative Thinking to Positive Action group coaching program. Enrollment opens next week.
Score 6-10: If you scored 6-10, you might be experiencing some level of stress in your life. It’s important to identify your primary sources of stress and develop effective coping strategies to manage them. Consider incorporating stress-reducing activities like exercise, yoga, or mindfulness meditation into your daily routine. It may also be helpful to seek support from friends, family, or a mental health professional.
Score 11-15: If you scored 11-15, you might be experiencing moderate to high levels of stress. Taking steps to manage your stress and prevent it from impacting your physical and mental health is essential. Consider seeking support from a mental health professional to help you identify your primary sources of stress and develop effective coping strategies. You may also benefit from stress-reducing activities like exercise, meditation, or spending time in nature.
Score 16 or higher: If you scored 16 or higher, you may be experiencing high levels of stress that could be impacting your physical and mental health. It’s essential to take immediate steps to manage your stress and seek professional support if needed. Consider speaking with a mental health professional to help you develop effective stress management strategies and address any underlying mental health conditions. You may also benefit from stress-reducing activities like exercise, meditation, or getting enough sleep. Remember to prioritize self-care and seek support from friends and family when needed.