Stress Relief, Test Anxiety, Cultivating Resilience by AOMA Acupuncture School Austin





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Stress Relief, Test Anxiety, Cultivating Resilience by AOMA Acupuncture School Austin

In this free video presented by AOMA Graduate School of Integrative Medicine in Austin, Texas, Hannah Thornton speaks to first year students about handling stress and cultivating resilience. She explain's the 7 C's of Cultivating Resilience as taught by Ken Ginsburg.

1. Competence
2. Confidence
3. Connection
4. Character
5. Contribution
6. Coping
7. Control

This lecture is meant to offer students some support in handling stress, test anxiety and college tests themselves by outlining the 7 key aspects of cultivating resilience.

AOMA Graduate School offers a master's-level graduate program in acupuncture and Oriental medicine. AOMA also conducts more than 20,000 patient visits annually in its student and professional clinics. AOMA includes traditional Asian mind-body practices such as tai chi and qigong as an integral part of the curriculum and is one of very few acupuncture schools to begin clinical education for students in the first term.

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