Clinicians, Care Team and Thought Leaders Endorse StressPal Frontline
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The information and techniques presented are scientifically based, state-of-the-art and powerful. This program will be a very useful tool in training stress resilience and psychological flexibility. It is truly an innovative program.
In a world where intensely negative emotions are all too prevalent, I applaud the efforts made by Pennie Sempell, and her colleague, James Monroe, PhD to develop stress resilience training tools based on real science. StressPal’s emphasis on mindful, present moment interventions couldn’t come at a better time.
The animated case studies are very realistic to my clinical experience as a physician. I absolutely loved the meditation modules.
Stress is epidemic in our fast-paced modern life and is a major contributor to the enormously destructive effects of heart disease, cancer, diabetes, and the other maladies that currently plague us. Based in good science, StressPal will be wonderfully helpful in combating these modern scourges.
I am blown away at the emphasis on awareness. I am on my valued directions portion of the training. I am taking the training in between my meetings and it is easing my stress level. For weeks now I have benefited greatly in identifying, managing and creating new mindfulness skills through their program.
One of the most compelling parts of the program for me was the animated stories. The stressful situations and the response of the characters was immersive – I felt I was right there in the situation which heightened my ability to connect with my feelings and stress responses. I was able to consciously observe my automatic patterns and release my holding so tight. I am in a much better place than when I started the program and find myself naturally taking actions that support my emotional health.
When I was given the chance to beta test the program, I was very pleased with the results. It was just the what I needed to begin mastering the skills of stress resilience. The storytelling was compelling, while the guided meditations and instructional segments really helped put the techniques to practical use. I can’t imagine there is anyone who couldn’t benefit from better stress resilience during this difficult and highly stressful time. This is truly powerful medicine.
Overall, this is an outstanding program. I personally found it valuable and useful.
StressPal has a very good, solid, evidence-based program.
StressPal Frontline has given me the impetus to restructure my work through identifying the main stress trigger situations and minimizing them, so I’m less exposed in my daily practice. Now, when I face stress triggers, I am more prepared and have the resilience to deal with them.
I am an Emergency Department RN in Sacramento, California. Earlier in this very fraught time, I participated in the StressPal Frontline program for providers. It came at an opportune time as our already tough job had suddenly become ordinances harder with COVID. There were times when I was overwhelmed and my stress levels were through the roof – I was literally sick with stress. Especially in the beginning of the pandemic when the unknowns of COVID far outweighed the knowns, I was scared, felt deluged and was not sure how I would continue to face the tasks ahead.
Not only was the arrival of the invitation for StressPal uncanny in its timing, it was also uncanny in how much I related to it. Even if COVID was not part of the equation, I could see myself and my colleagues in so many of the scenarios used in the program. The inviting sketches were a perfect depiction of many of our inter- and intra- personal struggles. Receiving such germane material impressed me and made me feel recognized, validated and that my institution was taking real steps to care for my mental, physical and moral well-being. The sketches of situations we face as providers are coupled with exercises, techniques and actions we can take to manage the strong emotions they cause. These practices are clearly presented and reinforced over time and the techniques have benefited me in both my professional and private lives.
StressPal has had a tangible and even measurable positive impact in my abilities to cope and not be mired by emotions. Being a nurse is a very hard job and it demands sacrifices of the body, mind and soul. Unfortunately, my department is set to lose three of our pillar nurses who have been part of our work family each for decades. These nurses are utterly burnt out and will be retiring early – their absence will be a great loss to our team.
I have shared the program with colleagues who are at the height of emotional overload, overwork, fright and burnout. StressPal does a beautiful job of addressing our struggles by first making us feel heard and known, and then with definitive actions we can take to manage our stressors and improve our well-being – allowing us to continue to provide high-quality care to our patients.