Jon Seskevich | Building Resiliency

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Building Resiliency

by Jon Seskevich

Jon is a nurse specialist in stress management at one the country’s foremost medical centers. He shares practical and inpirational approaches to help you bounce back and recover from life changes and challenges. "Anyone can benefit from this."
Genre: Spoken Word: Educational
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Stress Comes from Change
9:07 $0.99
2. Nursing Career
10:04 $0.99
3. Mind- Body Approaches to Build Resiliency
9:01 $0.99
4. Psychological Support
4:22 $0.99
5. Managing Chronic Illness
3:36 $0.99
6. Spiritual Approaches
3:18 $0.99
7. Listening
4:05 $0.99
8. Stress Management Story
2:26 $0.99
9. References
2:23 $0.99
10. Relaxation Breathing, Relaxation Response (Instructions)
6:07 $0.99
11. Relaxation Breathing, Relaxation Response (Practice)
15:54 $1.25
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Album Notes
Jon Seskevich RN, BSN, BA, CHTP, is a nurse clinician and certified stress management specialist at one of the world's best hospitals located in Durham, NC.

Here is the content of the tracks of Building Resilency!
1. Stress Comes from Change (9:07)
Jon shares about the nature of stress coming from change. Some thrive on stress, firefighters, military, first responders, others hate it, would rather have things stay more the same. But stress is inevitable and can cause wear and tear on people. Illness gives people stress, and stress can aggravate symptoms.
2. Nursing Career (10:04)
Starting in 1975 working in hospitals this man shares his journey in a nursing career.
3. Mind-Body Approaches to Build Resiliency (9:01)
The most well researched of all the complementary therapies.
4. Psychological Support (4:22)
This can be the toughest “stress management” of all.
5. Managing Chronic Illness (3:36)
Many with chronic illnesses are told they need “learn to live with it,” but never told how. This is a way to help!
6. Spiritual Approaches (3:18)
If either religion or spirituality is important to you, here are ways to bring your faith and beliefs into the healing experience.
7. Listening (4:06)
8. Stress Management Story (2:27)
A funny story, that makes you think, about how everything, is subject to change.
9. References (2:24) If you would like more about the research and authors mentioned listen here for the books and journal names.
10. “Relaxation Breathing, Relaxation Response” Instructions (6:08)
Simple instructions on an effective meditation, relaxation technique.
11. “Relaxation Breathing, Relaxation Response” Practice (15:54) (don't listen to this track while driving.)
With use of conscious breathing, body relaxation and a short positive thought, you kindly and gently let go...

Since 1990, this trailblazer in integrative healing has provided education and therapies that build resiliency for patients, families throughout the medical center with patients who have complex and challenging health conditions. Jon serves as a resource for hospital staff in dealing with the changing health care system.

A popular speaker and winner of a Great 100 Nurse in North Carolina, Alumnus of the Year, and Friends of Nursing awards, shares in this CD the science and art of healing: Improving physical functioning and quality of life. These insights are gleaned from a career of assisting people to cope with major life changes, illnesses and “waiting and not knowing.” This recording is shared from his heart, in his well-loved, relaxing, soothing voice.

He is a graduate of the University of North Carolina School of Nursing and has a BA in Religion from Goddard College. He has authored chapters, presented hundreds of talks, recorded five CDs, and has participated in and published research on stress management techniques. In Building Resilency he shares jewels of stress management that help with life’s biggest stressors.

"Jon is truly a brilliant example of compassion in action. He not only serves his patient community, but seems tireless in his willingness to share and teach, and to explore innovative techniques for humanizing nursing for nurses and patients alike." Ram Dass (Richard Alpert, Ph.D.)



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