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Stress Management: Books

This guide contains recent article citations, books collected by Colonial Library Services and multimedia resources related to stress management.

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Achieving the Mind-Body-Spirit Connection:  Stress Management Workbook .  Brian Luke Seaward.  Jones and Bartlett.  [RA-785-.S43-2005x]

The Art of Happiness at Work. The Dalai Lama and Howard C. Cutler. Riverhead Books. [BF-481-.B76-2003]

B is for Balance: A Nurse's Guide for Enjoying Life at Work and at Home. Sharon M. Weinstein. Sigma Theta Tau International. [RT82 .W675 2009]

The Balance Within: The Science Connecting Health and Emotions. Esther M. Sternberg. W.H. Freeman Publishing. [RC49 .S655 2001]

Beyond Caring: Hospitals, Nurses, and the Social Organization of Ethics. Daniel F. Chambliss. The University of Chicago Press. [Rt-85-.C48-1996]

Calm Energy: How People Regulate Mood with Food and Exercise. Robert E. Thayer. Oxford University Press. [RC-454.4-.T46-2003]

Cancer and the Family Caregiver: Distress and Coping. Ora Gilbar and Hasida Ben-Zur. Charles C. Thomas Publisher Ltd. [RC-262-.G53-2002]

Career Success/Personal Stress: How to Stay Healthy in a High-Stress Environment. Christine A. Leatz, with Mark W. Stolar. McGraw-Hill. [HF-5548.85-.L43-1993]

The Complete Idiot's Guide to Managing Stress. Jeff Davidson. Alpha Books. [BF-575-.S75-D28-1997]

Coping with Stress in a Changing World. Richard Blonna. Mosby. [BF-575-.S75-B57-1996]

Dear Job Stressed: Answers for the Overworked, Overwrought, and Overwhelmed. Mary H. Dempey and Rene Tihista. Davies-Black Publishing. [HF-5548.85-.D46-1996]

De-Stressing Doctors: A Self-Management Guide. Valerie Sutherland and Gary L. Cooper. Butterworth Heinemann. [R-690-.S97-2003x]

Don't Sweat the Small Stuff...and It's All Small Stuff: Simple Ways to Keep the Little Things from Taking Over Your Life. Richard Carlson. Hyperion. [BF-637-.B4-C35-1997]

Don't Sweat the Small Stuff at Work. Richard Carlson. Hyperion. [HF-5548.85-.C372-1998]

The End of Stress as We Know It. Bruce McEwen with Elizabeth Norton Lasley. Joseph Henry Press. [QP-82.2-.S8-M38-2002]

Families and Change: Coping with Stressful Events and Transitions. Patrick McKenry and Sharon Price. Sage. [HQ-534-.F35-2000]

From Burned Out to Fired Up:  A Woman's Guide to Rekindling the Passion and Meaning in Work and Life.  Leslie Godwin.  Health Communications, Inc.  [HQ-1206-.G665-2004]

Handbook of Stress, Coping, and Health: Implications for Nursing Research, Theory, and Practice. Virginia Hill Rice, editor. Sage. [QP-82.2-.S8-H357-2000]

Healing Trauma: Attachment, Mind, Body, and Brain. Edited by Marion F. Solomon and Daniel J. Siegel. W. W. Norton & Company. [RC-552-.P67-H426-2003]

Healthful Solutions for Managing Stress. Mayo Clinic Health Information. Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research, 1999. [Pamphlet #2001]

Healthy Work; Stress, Productivity, and The Reconstruction of Working Life. Robert Karasek and Tores Theorell. Basic Books, Inc. [T-60.8-.K37-1990]

Help for the Helper: The Psychophysiology of Compassion Fatigue and Vicarious Trauma. Babette Rothschild, with Marjorie L. Rand. Norton. [RC552.P67 R6856 2006]

How To Stay Cool, Calm and Collected When The Pressure's On; A Stress Control Plan for Businesspeople. John Newman. AMACOM/American Management Association. [HF-5548.85-.N49-1992]

Humor and Life Stress; Antidote to Adversity. Herbert M. Lefcourt and Rod A. Martin. Springer-Verlag. [BF-575-.L3-L43-1986]

I Used to Have a Handle on Life But It Broke: Six Power Solutions for Women With Too Much to Do. Mary Loverde. Simon & Schuster. [HQ-1206-.L693-2002]

Just Enough: Tools for Creating Success in Your Work and Life.
Laura Nash and Howard Stevenson. John Wiley. [HF-5386-.N333-2004]

The Lemming Conspiracy: How to Redirect Your Life From Stress to Balance. Bob McDonald and Don Hutcheson. Longstreet Press. [BF-637-.C5-M365-1997]

Life Is Not a Stress Rehearsal: Bringing Yesterday's Sane Wisdom into Today's Insane World. Loretta LaRoche. Broadway Books. [BF575.S75 L275 2001]

Managing Stress: Principles and Strategies for Health and Well-Being. Brian Luke Seaward. 4th edition. Jones and Bartlett. [RA-785-.S434-2004]

Managing Workplace Chaos: Solutions for Handling Information, Paper, Time, and Stress. Patricia J. Hutchings. AMACOM. [HF-5547.15-.H88-2002]

Margin: Restoring Emotional, Physical, Financial, and Time Reserves to Overloaded Lives.
Richard A. Swenson. NavPress. [BV-4501.2-.S94-1992x]

The Nursing Assistant's Survival Guide: Tips and Techniques for the Most Important Job in America. Dr. Karl Pillemer, Richard Hoffman, and Martin Schumacher. Frontline Publishing. [RT-84-.P55-1999x]

Occupational Stress: A Practical Approach.
Edited by Ken Addley. Butterworth Heinemann. [RC-963.48-.O23-1997]

Occupational Stress: Personal & Professional Approaches.
Stanley Thornes Publishers. [RC-963.48-O22-1998x]

Office Biology: Or Why Tuesday Is Your Most Productive day and Other Relevant Facts for Survival in The Workplace. Edith Weiner and Arnold Brown. MasterMedia, Ltd. [RC-963.3-.W45-1993]

Overcoming Secondary Stress in Medical and Nursing Practice: A Guide to Professional Resilience and Personal Well-Being. Robert J. Wicks. Oxford University Press. [R707 .W535 2006]

The Overload Syndrome: Learning to Live Within Your Limits. Richard A. Swenson. NavPress. [BV-4501.2-.S887-1998]

The Performance Edge; New Strategies to Maximize Your Work Effectiveness and Competitive Advantage.
Robert K. Cooper. Houghton Mifflin Company. [HF-5386-.C785-1991]

The Pleasure Prescription: To Love, To Work, To Play--Life in the Balance.
Paul Pearshall. Hunter House. [BF-515-.P32-1996]

Preventive Stress Management in Organizations. American Psychological Association. [HF-5548.85-.P762-1997]

Reexamining Family Stress: New Theory and Research. Wesley R. Burr, Shirley R. Klein and Associates. Sage. [HQ-518-.B875-1994]

The Relaxation and Stress Reduction Workbook. Martha Davis, Elizabeth Robbins Eshelman, and Matthew McKay. New Harbinger Publications. [RA-785-.D374-1995]

Relaxation for Concentration, Stress Management & Pain Control.
Edited by Carol Horrigan. Butterworth-Heinemann. [RA-785-.R45-1997]

60 Second Stress Management: The Quickest Way to Relax and Ease Anxiety. Andrew Goliszek. New Horizon Press. [RA785 .G65 1992]

Shortcuts for Smart Managers: Checklists, Worksheets and Action Plans for Managers With No Time to Waste. Lisa Davis. AMACOM. [HD-31-.D248-1998]

Spirituality, Suffering, and Illness:  Ideas for Healing.  Lorraine M. Wright.  F. A. Davis Company.  [RT-86.3-.W756-2005]

Stress: 63 Ways to Relieve Tension and Stay Healthy.
Charles B. Inlander and Cynthia K. Moran. Walker and Company. [RA-785-.I56-1996]

Stress and Coping: State of the Science and Implications for Nursing Theory, Research, and Practice, 1991-1995.
Midwest Nursing Research Society. [RT-81.5-.S77-2000x]

Stress and Emotion: A New Synthesis. Richard Lazarus. Springer. [BF-575-.S75-L315-1999]

Stress and Health among The Elderly. May L. Wykle, Eva Kahana, and Jerome Kowal, editors. Springer Publishing Company. [RC-952.5-.S77-1992]

Stress and the Heart: Psychosocial Pathways to Coronary Heart Disease.
Edited by Stephen A. Stansfeld and Michael G. Marmot. BMJ Books. [RC-685-.C6-S77-2002x]

Stress and the Health Care Environment; Practical Guidelines for Executives and Managers.
Donald N. Lombardi. Health Administration Press. [RA-965.3-.L65-1990]

Stress Control: How You Can Find Relief from Life’s Daily Stress. Steve Bell. SkillPath Publications. [BF575.S75 B377 1996]

Stress: Controlling It Before It Controls You. Wendy Leebov and The Einstein Consulting Group. American Hospital Publishing, 1990.

Stress for Success: The Proven Program for Transforming Stress into Positive Energy at Work. James E. Loehr. Times Business. [HF-5548.85-.L63-1997]

Stress in Health Professionals: Psychological and Organizational Causes and Interventions. Wiley. [R-690-.S785-1999]

Stress Management: A Comprehensive Handbook of Techniques and Strategies.
Jonathan C. Smith. Springer. [RA-785-.S655-2002]

Stress Management for Busy People.
Carol A. Turkington. McGraw-Hill. [RA-785-.T87-1998]

The Stress Management Handbook: Strategies for Health and Inner Peace. Lori A. Leyden-Rubenstein. Keats Publishing. [BF-575-.S75-L49-1998]

Stress That Motivates: Self-Talk Secrets for Success. Dru Scott. Crisp Publications. [BF-575-.S75-S36-1992x]

Stress Training for Life.
Herbert Kindler and Marilyn Ginsburg. Nichols Publishing. [RA-785-.K56-1990]

Stressed Out About Nursing School: An Insider's Guide to Success.
Stephanie Thibeault. Bandido Books. [RT-73-.T45-2001x]

Suffering and Illness: Insights for Caregivers. Fay Carol Reed. F. A. Davis. [R-727.47-.R445-2003]

Survival Skills for Doctors and Their Families.
Ruth Chambers, Kay Mohanna and Steph Chambers. Radcliffe Medical Press. [R-707.2-.C43-2003x]
TechnoStress: Coping with Technology. Michelle M Weil and Larry D. Rosen. John Wiley & Sons. [T-14.5-.W38-1997]

The Ten Commandments of Working in a Hostile Environment.  T. D. Jakes.  Berkley Books.  [BV-4593-.J35-2005]

10 Simple Solutions to Stress: How to Tame Tension and Start Enjoying Your Life. Claire Michaels Wheeler. New Harbinger Publications. [RA785 .W43 2007x]

Toxic Emotions at Work: How Compassionate Managers Handle Pain and Conflict. Peter J. Frost. Harvard Business School Press. [HD-42-.F76-2003]

Toxic Work: How to Overcome Stress, Overload, and Burnout and Revitalize Your Career.
Barbara Bailey Reinhold. Plume Book. [HF-5548.85-.R444-1996]

Transforming Nurses' Stress and Anger: Steps Toward Healing.
Sandra P. Thomas. Second edition. Springer. [RT-86.73-.T48-2009]

Treating Compassion Fatigue. Edited by Charles R. Figley. Brunner-Routledge. [RC-451.4-.M44-T74-2002]

The Truth About Burnout: How Organizations Cause Personal Stress and What To Do About It.
Christina Maslach and Michael P. Leiter. Jossy-Bass. [HF-5548.85-.M373-1997]

Why Zebras Don't Get Ulcers: An Updated Guide to Stress, Stress-Related Diseases, and Coping.
Robert M. Sapolsky. W.H. Freeman & Co. [QP-82.2-.S8-S266-1998]

The Wizard of Is. Tom Thiss. Fairview Press. [RA-785-.T475-1995]

Work Is Not A Four-Letter Word; Improving The Quality of Your Work Life.
Stephen Strasser and John Sena. Business One Irwin. [HD-6955-.S875-1992]

Work Overload!: Redesigning Jobs to Minimize Stress and Burnout.
Frank M. Gryna. ASQ Quality Press. [HF-5548.85-.G79-2004]

The Working Woman's Guide to Managing Stress. J. Robin Powell with Holly George-Warren. Prentice-Hall. [RA-785-.P695-1994]

Working Wonders: 60 Quick Break Techniques to Beat Burnout, Boost Productivity, and Revive Your Workday. James Joseph. Berkley Books. [HF-5549.5-.J63-J67-1998]

Write Your Own Pleasure Prescription: 60 Ways to Create Balance and Joy in Your Life.
Paul Pearsall. Hunter House. [BF-515-.P33-1997]

You Don't Have to Go Home from Work Exhausted; The Energy Engineering Approach.
Ann McGee-Cooper, with Duane Trammell, and Barbara Lau. Bowen and Rogers. [BF-482-.M34-1990].

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