12-Hour Training Curriculum
- MLCS 101: Introduction to Stress Management Coaching
- MLCS 102: Using the Stress Test to Measure and Manage Pressure Points
- MLCS 103: Life on the Edge: Tension and Toxic Living
- MLCS 104: Stress and Anxiety: Understanding the Brain-Body Connection
- MLCS 105: Pressing Through: Managing Chronic Stress and Illness
- MLCS 106: The Overload Syndrome: Addicted to Adrenaline
- MLCS 107: The Hurried Woman Syndrome: Addicted to People Pleasing
- MLCS 108: Thrilled to Death: The Loss of Pleasure
- MLCS 109: Coaching the Whole Person: Moving from Stress to Strength
- MLCS 110: Emotional Survival: Building Stress Resilience
- MLCS 111: Compassion Fatigue: Managing the High Cost of Care
- MLCS 112: The Rest Principle: Spiritual Peace in a Chaotic World
Dwight Bain, M.A.; Eric Scalise, Ph.D. & Jennifer Cisney, M.A.
There is a pressing need for competent Christian stress management coaches today. Dwight Bain, Dr. Eric Scalise, and Jennifer Cisney introduce this growing segment of life coaching and take a closer look at the various opportunities that are available. The importance of balanced living and the need for accountability are also emphasized.
by Tom Whiteman, Ph.D.
Good stress management coaching begins with completing a thorough assessment. Dr. Tom Whiteman describes the use of an effective measurement tool to create a Stress Quotient. Related factors, the concept of optimal stress, and individualized stress prevention plans are also covered.
by Archibald Hart, Ph.D.
The effects of stress on the body can be profound and even destructive. In looking at the lives of the Apostles, stress expert, Dr. Archibald Hart, helps coaches understand the dynamics of stress and their consequences, especially upon the major bodily systems. Managing stress and adrenaline levels are also emphasized.
by Daniel Amen, M.D.
Common anxiety and depressive disorders can also be tracked through a person’s brain functioning. National medical expert, Dr. Daniel Amen, shows how Brain SPECT Imaging can be used to better understand certain phobias, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, and PTSD. Automatic Negative Thoughts (ANTs) are also discussed.
by Beth Brokaw, Ph.D.
Chronic stress will eventually impact and weaken a person’s immune system. Through sharing her own story, Dr. Beth Brokaw helps coaches understand the differences between eustress and distress, as well as strategies for change and recovery.
by Archibald Hart, Ph.D.
God designed the human body with certain limitations. And renewing them on a daily basis is important for optimal functioning. Dr. Archibald Hart provides a theological perspective and discusses different types of sleep and anxiety, as well as how they are inter-related.
by Catherine Hart Weber, Ph.D. & Panel
Excessive stress can lead to greater risk for illness and disease. Dr. Catherine Hart Weber and a panel of experts dialogue about the differences between men and women and issues such as workaholism and the emotional, mental, physical and spiritual consequences to not setting boundaries.
by Archibald Hart, Ph.D.
Man was created to receive and enjoy pleasure, but living in a fallen world and oversaturated culture has distorted God’s original design. Dr. Archibald Hart teaches on the role of pleasure and its opposite function, anhedonia. The difference between pleasure and happiness, as well as the impact on brain chemistry, is also covered.
by Dwight Bain, M.A.
A whole person perspective is essential for effective stress management coaching. Dwight Bain offers ways to increase one’s awareness of stress symptoms, including the physical and spiritual effects. The Life Success Scale, along with practical tips and strategies, is provided.
by Catherine Hart Weber, Ph.D. & Jennifer Cisney, M.A.
Understanding one’s personal stress barometer is an important skill for people to effectively monitor and manage stress levels. Dr. Catherine Hart Weber and Jennifer Cisney share how to increase awareness in this area, including how stress can alter lifestyle and ways to foster positive lifestyle change.
by Eric Scalise, Ph.D.
Crises and trauma not only directly impact victims, but can also have a significant effect on caregivers and coaches.Dr. Eric Scalise defines secondary or vicarious traumatization and how it creates the potential for compassion fatigue. Self-assessment tips and ways to develop a healthy stress prevention plan are reviewed.
by Siang-Yang Tan, Ph.D.
The principle of rest is often overlooked and disregarded by many in today’s fast-paced, instant-everything world. Dr. Siang- Yang Tan provides an overview of four different dimensions of rest (physical, emotional, relational, and spiritual). The practice of spiritual breathing, incorporating the spiritual disciplines, and maintaining a consistent Sabbath rest are also discussed.
Archibald Hart, Ph.D.
Catherine Hart Weber, Ph.D.
Daniel Amen, M.D.
Dwight Bain, M.A.
Eric Scalise, Ph.D.
Jenifer Cisney, M.A.
Siang-Yang Tan, Ph.D.
Tom Whiteman, Ph.D.