Personalized Resilience Training
Medical-grade tools for stress and lifestyle factors in chronic disease
Preventing and managing chronic illness requires compliance with healthy lifestyle directives. But poor resilience and pervasive stress responses undermine health and your patient’s ability to maintain treatment modalities.
Over 6-8 weeks, the video-based learning program helps patients retrain the brain towards flexibility and resilience applied to key stress targets: Navigating worry, sleep, energy, how and what we eat, relationships, work and time for what matters.
The training synthesizes the best peer-reviewed research and emphasizes the impact of mindfulness interventions on neurophysiology. Validated assessments used in psychology research track progress and keep the doctor in the loop.
Health provider groups subscribe to the training with no upfront risk and easy on-boarding. Patients access from the doctor’s website. Branded to your practice website (white labeled). The add-on service is billable under existing codes, and “pay-as-order.” It is available with a clinician’s order, not direct to consumer.
More than 125M adults in America alone are diagnosed with stress-related conditions, like heart disease, hypertension, diabetes, obesity, insomnia, depression, headaches and many other illnesses. It is a global epidemic. No healthcare stakeholder is spared.
“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.”
“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.”
“As a busy physician, I have so many patients who would benefit from a quality self-paced program to help them cope with stress and achieve healthier habits. I eagerly await reviewing StressPal as a preventive care service to offer my patients, young and old.”