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Stress-Busting for Caregivers

Learn to take better care of yourself while providing care for someone else. This course teaches proven stress- reducing techniques for those caring for someone with a chronic illness or dementia. This free workshop consists of 90-minute sessions that are held once per week for nine weeks. 

Caregivers who have completed the program feel significantly lower stress, depression, and anxiety, and are able to enjoy a better quality of life. They have also experienced improvement in their ability to relax, manage stress, and feel better about themselves.

The Stress-Busting class teaches you:

  • The impact of stress on your health and how it relates to caregiving
  • How to deal with stress through relaxation techniques and problem solving
  • How to care for yourself while providing better care for your loved one

All class material will be provided for free to participants.

Upcoming Classes

Tuesdays from 1 - 2:30 p.m., October 4 - November 29
Virtual class

*Participants must attend all sessions.

Contact 801-229-3818 or education@mountainland.org to learn more.

Class Overview

Week 1: Getting Started in Stress-Busting

Week 2: Effects on Mind, Body and Spirit

Week 3: Caregiver Stress and Relaxation

Week 4: Facing Challenges

Week 5: Grief, Loss and Depression

Week 6: Coping with Stress

Week 7: Positive Thinking

Week 8: Taking Care of Yourself: Healthy Living

Week 9: Choosing a Path to Wellness


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Serving Summit, Utah, and Wasatch counties.

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