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Letting Go Of Stress (CD)

Letting Go Of Stress (CD)
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Price: $16.95
Product ID : SC5023 (CD)
Weight: 0.22 lbs
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Dr. Miller and Steven Halpern, PhD

Introduction:

No wonder Letting Go of Stress is the world’s most popular stress management CD! Several distinct and different guided imagery and deep relaxation experiences teach powerful techniques for melting away stress and its symptoms. The beautiful vocal performance, one of Dr. Miller’s best, is enhanced by an exquisite, specially composed score performed by famed musician Steven Halpern. No healing library is complete without this one! You will be treated to four different specific relaxation and stress reduction techniques, including progressive relaxation, autogenic self-suggestion, muscle tension release, and creative visualization with everyone’s favorite—"A Trip to the Beach."

Listen to a sample of Letting Go of Stress!


                 


Track Information:

Track 1: Muscle Tension Relaxation
Track 2: Autogenic Stress Relief
Track 3: A Trip to the Beach
Track 4: Mental and Physical Relaxation

Professional Recommendations:

Used by professionals at Kaiser Permanente, all the other hospitals and institutions globally.  

 
Testimonials
 
 
"I believe that every client should be trained in self control and relaxation techniques as a necessary adjunct to therapy.  I highly recommend Letting Go of Stress for that purpose.  I have given copies to every client and suggested it to every clinician I have trained."

Shapiro, Ph. D. Francine, Creator of EMDR 


"We believe that relaxation techniques should be taught to all, especially to those who suffer from chronic or recurring pain. We are glad, therefore, that Dr. Miller offers his special comprehensive approach for dealing with common pain problems such as migraines. His tape, Letting Go of Stress, has become an integral part of the University of Cincinnati Headache Center treatment program. Patients have reported a decrease in the occurrence of head, neck, and shoulder pain and often patients report aborting or decreasing the severity of their attacks. This helps reduce the use of analgesic drugs. Dr. Miller has made a valuable contribution towards pain control by utilizing his simple, straightforward methods involving his own special talents through beautifully-sounding tapes.

Mary W. Dobrin, Patient Educator and Counselor, and Robert Smith, MD, Professor and Director, Dept. of Family Medicine, University of Cincinnati
 




Recommended Use:

Begin with Part A Track 1, and use it one to three times daily for one or two weeks. Then use Part B Track 2 for the next one to two weeks, then Part C Track 3 for one to two weeks and Part D Track 4 for one to two weeks.

While working with each part, set aside a few minutes to practice inducing relaxation without using the program by choosing the exercises that work best for you. Continue to use the tape and practice without it as needed for deep relaxation and for ongoing stress management.

Contraindications and Precautions:
Although there are really no absolute contraindications for the use of this product, people who are severely psychotic or who do not want to at least try to follow the guidance offered will probably benefit little from listening. Listening is also not a substitute for needed medical care or psychiatric care for serious mental or emotional disturbance. In any undiagnosed potentially serious condition such as a head injury, again, there will not likely be any harm, but it would be wise to delay their use until an adequate diagnosis has been made. Although no such problems have been reported, people with seizures of any kind, or neurological or with severe neurorespiratory disease, should check with their primary care practitioner for suggestions regarding the use of this program. Likewise, if you are undergoing psychotherapy, share your use of these with your therapist, as he/she may want to integrate this use with your treatment. And, of course, if you are driving or using equipment that requires your full attention, do not close your eyes and do not listen to any program that you find causes you to become drowsy, distracted, or incapable of functioning safely. Programs designated as “Drivetime” should be used with these precautions in mind.