De-Stress

If you, or someone you love is looking for ways to cope  with the stress of life changes or illness these resources may help you reduce stress. Manage Stress Now Web Site

These tools and resources will also be of interest to professional health care providers as a supplement to traditional medical practices. Designed by Jon Seskevich, a nurse specialist in North Carolina, the valuable, free written information on the Stress Management Web Site can help you increase your knowledge and skills in stress and life change management

 

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Stress Management CD is valuable and effective information to lower stress including two guided relaxation exercises.
Cost $10.00
Order Stress Management CD

 

 

smsleepcd

Sleep CD can help you get the rest you need. Listen to the soothing sounds of Jon’s voice as he guides you into a relaxed state. Cost $10.00
More info and to order Sleep CD

Buy both the Sleep CD and the Stress Management CD for $15.00!

 

 

video2Guided Relaxation with Touch Therapy Video with Jon Seskevich RN
This videotape will provide you with all the information needed to begin guided progressive muscle relaxation with touch therapy!  It is an instructional videotape teaching guided relaxation with touch therapy and stress management, designed for professional care providers or anyone who wants to have a positive influence on the health of his or her family and friends.
Touch Therapy Video

 

Jon Facilitates Weekly Meditations in Duke Hospital Chapel

Duke Pastoral Services and DUH’s ACP Pain and Stress Management Team offer weekly, open meditation sessions at DUH’s Chapel. The sessions, which are open to all staff, patients, and visitors of diverse beliefs and life philosophies, are focused on spiritual health and stress management. The sessions are from 3-3:30 pm every Thursday on the 6th floor of Duke Hospital in the Chapel.

How did I manage stress when I was in nursing school?

How did I manage stress when I was in nursing school? View this 1987 video of a rap song I wrote, and then sang with classmates.

“This rap was recorded in 1987 by University of North Carolina nursing students. After listening to Run-DMC Jon Seskevich made up this hip hop tune about his classmates and experiences while walking to his psychiatric nursing clinical rotation in Chapel Hill NC. This video was shot later in the semester for the school’s video yearbook. Jon is now a nurse clinician specializing in Stress Management at Duke Hospital.”

How can you manage stress? Visit my Stress Management Education website to access wonderful material that can help you reduce the wear and tear that comes with all the recent changes in the economy and in life in general. Also some great research that I’ve been involved in is featured on the site.