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Publication Date: 17 Apr 2014
Publisher: Sheldon Press
Page Count: 120
Author: Robert Bor
ISBN-13: 9781847092663, 9781847092670

Overcoming Stress

By Robert Bor
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Summary
Stress is always with us, but a raft of new studies indicates that it has especial significance in today’s world. With job and economic uncertainty, and increasing pressure on time, many people face the reality of stress in a very real and everyday way. Fear, insecurity, alcohol and drug dependency, unhealthy working practices, sleep deprivation, disrupted social and family life - these are just some of the challenging psychological consequences. This book looks at sources of stress, and how far these are modifiable without people abandoning themselves or their integrity.
About the Author
Professor Robert Bor is Lead Consultant Clinical Psychologist at the Royal Free Hospital, London. Dr Carina Eriksen is a qualified clinical psychologist with an extensive London practice. Dr Sara Chaudry is a chartered counselling psychologist and a visiting lecturer in psychology at City University.

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