About the program
Led by integrative physicians and holistic health providers, One Medical’s stress and anxiety management program consists of four weekly group sessions. It’s an introductory course designed to acquaint participants with several highly efficient and effective stress relief techniques, all within a supportive and safe community atmosphere.
Why it’s unique
In this program, we focus on experiential skill training, so you’ll learn highly practical tools in each session that you can practice immediately. A One Medical health coach will also participate to guide you in how to incorporate these tools into your busy life.
We’re now enrolling participants for the following Shift series:
Wednesdays - May 1st, 8th, 15th, and 22nd from 6:30-8:15pm
One Medical - Redwood City
900 Veterans Blvd., Suite 150
Redwood City, CA 94063
Each session is billed to your insurance as a medical visit, so you will simply have to pay your regular copay, co-insurance, or deductible, depending on your insurance benefits.
You’ll need to commit to attending all four 105-minute group meetings, on the consecutive Wednesdays listed above. We also ask that you practice your new skills for 10 minutes a day during the course of the workshop series.
What to expect
Shift is a skills-based approach to stress and anxiety management. It is most beneficial for individuals struggling with stress management, generalized anxiety, and insomnia.*
You’ll learn seven highly effective skills that can be easily incorporated into a busy and stressful life. These include:
- Breath work
- Healthy self-talk
- Progressive muscle relaxation
- Loving-kindness practice (metta)
The program is educational, fun, experiential, and transformative. We’ll provide healthy snacks after each session.
Please complete this survey to request a spot in this (or a future) workshop series. Our program coordinator, Ashley Hanson, will be in touch as soon as we receive your response. Space is limited to 8 participants on a first-come, first-served basis, so RSVP soon.
*The series does not address or is not appropriate for the management of phobias, panic disorder, severe mental health conditions, or those highly uncomfortable in a group setting.
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