Stress Management

Stress Management

So we can detect stressors in our lives ...

So we can reduce stress and recharge batteries efficiently ...

To be more caring and considerate towards ourselves and our own resources ...

So we have energy for what we really want to do ...

So that mind, body and feelings work together in more harmony ...

By mobilizing it in an emergency situation, the stress response of our body shows us how much energy is actually stored within and available to our system.

As helpful as this stress response may be in life-threatening situations, as annoying and unpleasant it can be, when experienced before or during an exam, a performance, a speech or other triggering situations. If it occurs too often, without the necessary regeneration phases in between, the body can possibly suffer serious damage.

At the very least, our system's energy is spent on stress responses, and is then no longer available to us for other tasks and situations.

Often it is the thought structures and belief systems, that underlie these stress responses, that are the actual trigger to our discomfort - infinitely more so, if they are unhelpful, unkind and or not based in reality.

Sometimes we may also unnecessarily expose ourselves to stressors, because we are simply unaware of them. The outward orientation of our focus, that most people are experiencing during every day life, makes it harder to even be aware of how often the body actually experiences stress or to catch thoughts before they spin out of control.

My stress management training, which I only offer in the form of private one-on-one sessons,

allows us to:











This setting allows us to not stay at the surface, but to directly address specific issues, that may impede your progress. As a result, quicker and deeper effects of the training can be achieved.

Identify your Individual Stressors

Analyze the Stress Response of your Body and Possible Pre-Existing Symptoms

Uncover and Examine Triggering Thought and Feeling Processes

Practice Relaxation Techniques at your Speed

Change Unwanted Patterns of Behavior and Thought

Train your Ability to Experience Pleasure and Enjoyment

Develop Strategies to Reduce your Stressors

Are you interested in private one-on-one sessions? Contact me for a free first session!


Highly Sensitive Person

Do you feel emotionally drained quite regularly? Are you unable or unwilling to spend a long amount of time in crowds of people? Do you need a lot of time to yourself after meeting others in order to recharge? Do you perceive the feelings of others quite strongly? Is your mind spending a lot of time with considering the many perspectives and needs of others? Maybe you are a hihgly sensitive person. High sensitivity can also include that certain physical senses are more pronounced than in other people. For example, do you notice noises in your surroundings faster than others? If your senses are more subtle than those of others around you, you might perceive them as rude. That's only natural. High sensitivity is not that rare and you should get to know its disadvantages, but also its benefits, to better take care of yourself.


Maybe you have not heard of these benefits of high sensitivity yet, but highly sensitive people ...
















If you need help with high sensitivity, please contact me. Certain elements of stress management are well suited to better exploit the benefits of high sensitivity and limit its disadvantages.

  • are usually noticing first signs of disturbances, blockages in a system or conflict faster, so they are good early warning systems

  • can experience more pleasure, when it comes to their finer senses

  • are good at jobs that require the ability to empathize

  • can be good mirrors for those who are not consciously aware of their feelings

  • can look at a problem holistically and take many perspectives into account

  • are often able to express themselves artistically


Contact me! Sessions also via Skype.

Please also note that all diagnoses and labels bear advantages and disadvantages. It is also not necessary to refer to oneself as or identify with a label! In this context the term "highly sensitive" serves merely as a description of a certain range of experiences!

That is all!

© by Eva-Maria Metze