Stress is a part of everyday life in the U.S. A recent Gallup poll said 44 percent of American adults feel stress frequently during their day. A free lecture about this critical facet of everyday life will be held at 7 p.m. April 16 at the Community Resource Center, 44151 15th Street West in Lancaster. “When the Pressure Mounts,” presented by Roger Girion, PhD, executive director of mental health services at Antelope Valley Hospital will explain:
The causes of stress.
How stress or stressors can harm us physically.
How to avoid your stressors.
Tips to alleviate stress levels.
For more details, click hereto view the lecture event page on Facebook and RSVP. Future lecture topics include the mental health implications of social media, and quality and quantity of life.
Opened in 1971, the hospital’s mental health unit is the only inpatient facility of its kind in the Antelope Valley. An expert team of psychiatrists, psychologists, nurses, therapists, mental health technicians and clinical social workers provide compassionate and comprehensive care.
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