Stress Management Consulting Program Article and Stress Triggers in Leadership

Triggers can set anyone off. Emotional, financial, social and personal triggers stem from stress and if in the right time and moment can result in a person losing control.  Stress builds up and it is important to control stress by identifying triggers.  This is important for both Stress Management and Anger Management.  They go hand and hand together.

Stress triggers in business life can become overwhelming at times. Please also review our Stress Management Consulting Program


The article, “Managing Triggers Under Stress” by Jen Lofgren looks at how executives and other business leaders can handle stress.  She states,

“We all face varying degrees of stress from different sources in our daily lives. As much as we try, we are not always able to prevent the stress in our personal life from affecting our professional life, and vice versa. As you move up in your career into senior management and executive leadership, you may feel added pressures in your role, and the way you deal with stress can have a wider impact on the people around you.”

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Please also review AIHCP’s Stress Management Consulting Program and see if it matches your academic and professional goals.  The program is online and independent study and open to qualified professionals.

Legal Nurse Consulting Program Article on Malpractice Cases

A malpractice is a terrible thing to have happen.  The injury or pain caused can be overbearing and in some cases life altering.  The process of dealing with a malpractice enters its final phase during legal proceedings.  In this part, attorneys, legal nurse consultants and other experts explore the case and see its merits.

A Legal Nurse Consultant can help aid in a malpractice case. Please also review AIHCPs Legal Nurse Consulting Program


The article,  “What You Should Expect During A Medical Malpractice Settlement Case Hearing” from looks at what to expect during this period.  The article states,

“Medical malpractice is when a doctor or a healthcare facility causes an injury to a patient through negligent practice of their standard procedures. Ask a lawyer, and  they will say that medical malpractice takes place when there is a violation of the recognized “standard of care”, which is the kind of care that is carried out by all medical professionals “under the same or similar circumstances”.

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Please also review the American College of Legal Nurse Consulting and how it can help qualified professionals become trained in the procedure of legal nursing.  The Legal Nurse Consulting Program is online and independent study.



Healthcare Case Management Certification Article on Care Management Aspects

Care Management has a variety of functions, from disease management to utilization management. These management techniques help increase patient outcome and reduce cost.  Case Management is hence a key part of the healthcare system and something many companies and facilities invest thousands of dollars in.  This is especially the case in training healthcare professionals in healthcare management

There are many elements to successful healthcare case management. Please also review AIHCP’s Healthcare Case Management Certification


The article, “What We Talk About When We Talk About Care Management” by Leah Marcotte and Joshua Liao looks at healthcare management strategies.  They state,

“Emphasis on care management has become ubiquitous in the era of value-based payment. At the vanguard of the movement, policy makers such as Medicare have emphasized care management via a variety of initiatives, ranging from payment models that encourage longitudinal care management1 to billing codes that reimburse clinicians for coordinating the care of patients who have chronic conditions”

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Please also review AIHCP’s Healthcare Case Management Program.  The program is designed to help train professionals in the area of case management.  Care and case management are key ingredients to healthcare and AIHCP’s programs continue to be essential in training professionals in Care Management.


Clinical Hypnotherapy Certification Article on Hypnosis and Mindfulness

Hypnotherapy has many benefits.  Reducing anxiety is definitely one of the benefits of hypnotherapy.  Mindfulness and hypnotherapy have shown to reduce stress and anxiety and help individuals find peace.

Clinical Hypnosis and mindfulness can help alleviate stress and anxiety. Please also review AIHCP’s Clinical Hypnotherapy Certification


The article, “Brief Mindful Hypnotherapy Shown to Ease Stress & Anxiety” by Traci Pederson looks closer at the benefits of mindfulness and hypnotherapy and its use against stress and anxiety.  She states,

“Mindful hypnotherapy — a new treatment combining mindfulness with hypnotherapy — shows significant promise for alleviating stress, according to a pilot study at Baylor University in Texas.”

The article goes on to explain the benefits of this combination.  To read the entire article, please click here

Please also review AIHCP’s Clinical Hypnotherapy Certification.  The program is online and independent study.  Qualified professionals can earn a four year certification after completing the five modules.  Please review and see if the Hypnotherapy training program meets your academic and professional goals.



Stress Management Consulting Program Article on SM Strategies

Reducing and managing stress is a key way to better health and more productivity.  Stress Management Consultants can help individuals face stress and deal with in better ways.  Fortunately there are numerous stress management technique and strategies available for individuals to utilize.

There are a variety of Stress Management Strategies to employ in dealing with stress. Please review the article and also the Stress Management Consulting Program


The article, “16 Stress Management Activities and Worksheets to Help Clients Beat Stress” by Jeremy Sutton from the looks at 16 different stress management activities available to individuals to cope with stress.  He states,

“There should be no excuse to hide from stress or become overwhelmed by it.  By using tools for coping and taking control, we can see stress as something natural that can invigorate and motivate us to overcome both the planned and the unexpected. These activities we shared will definitely help you manage stress. ”

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Please also review AIHCP’s Stress Management Consulting Program and see how it matches with your academic and professional goals in becoming a Stress Management Consultant

Hypnotherapy Certification Program Article on Hypnotherapy and Anxiety

Hypnosis is known to help with many issues.  Anxiety is no exception.  Anxiety can be reduced through multiple stress management and meditation applications, but hypnotherapy can also play a key role in reducing anxiety.  Many are turning to hypnosis and hypnotherapy to face anxiety and find solace and peace.

How can Hypnotherapy help train your mind to react to anxiety? Please also review AIHCP’s Hypnotherapy Certification Program


The article, “This is what hypnotherapy could do for your anxiety levels” by Grace Walsh looks at how hypnotherapy and hypnosis can help individuals with anxiety find peace.  The article states,

“What hypnotherapy does is it looks to almost upgrade somebody’s thinking about something and more importantly, how somebody reacts to something. With anxiety, it’s mainly about accepting that we cannot change what is happening around us. We have no control over that but we can find a way to control how we react to it and if we do that, it takes us out of a continual flight or fight response.”

Hypnotherapy hence plays a major role in helping one’s thinking process in how one reacts to anxiety and stress.  To read the entire article, please click here

Please also review AIHCP’s Hypnotherapy Certification Program to learn more on how to help others benefit from hypnotherapy and as well, learn to use it for oneself.  Please review the program and see if it matches your academic and professional goals.


Spiritual Counseling Program Article on Science and Prayer

Prayer while spiritual in nature encompasses the entirety of the human person.  Body, mind and soul is engaged with a higher being.  It is only reasonable then that empirical and definable psychological benefits can be observed from those who pray versus those who do not pray.  Prayer has many mental benefits that go beyond a mere spiritual reality.  Prayer strengthens the mind because it places faith in a higher being.  It allows one to be less stressed, less worried, and feel that there is order in the chaos.  The re-assurance of prayer, the confidence it instills, and the peace it can give to stress, are all huge benefits to the spiritual community.

What are the empirical measurable aspects of prayer in regards to emotional and mental well being? Please also review our Spiritual Counseling Program


The article, “The psychological benefits of prayer: What science says about the mind-soul connection” by Kristen Rogers looks at what science observes regarding the emotional and mental states of spiritual people.  The article states,

“Science is about testing observable relationships, processes and mechanisms,” Masters said. “But almost by definition, prayer, as operationalized in these studies, invokes involvement of God or a higher being, something outside the boundaries of natural phenomenon, which science cannot really study. Science can, however, study the outcomes of the belief in God rather than the existence — such a study might ask whether people who believe strongly in God report a better quality of life than people who do not believe in God.”

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Please also review both our Spiritual Counseling Program, as well as our Christian Counseling Program and see if they match your academic and professional goals.


ADHD Consulting Certification Article on ADHD and Race

ADHD is found equally among black and white populations.  While more white children are diagnosed, conclusions show this may be due to more assessments for white children or less assessments for black children.   If ADHD has no racial preference genetically, then it is important that children of all races are equally treated for this disorder.

ADHD is not primarily a white issue but is an issue that can affect all children of any color or race. Please also review our ADHD Consulting Certification


The article, “Race and ADHD” by Joel Nigg looks at the issue more closely.   He states,


“If you are in an under-represented minority group trying to understand if your child has ADHD, recognize that yes, he or she might. True incidence is about the same across racial groups in the United States. But the diagnostic process is complicated by race and stereotype effects as well as by a history of discrimination in many prior experiences of Black or BIPOC individuals to which a clinician has to be sensitive for an effective evaluation.”

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ADHD can equally affect homes of other races.  It is predominantly a white issue but one that crosses gender and race lines.  It is something that can be easily aided with the proper professional care.  It is hence critical that all children regardless of race who are diagnosed with ADHD, receive the same and fair treatment.  Please also review AIHCP’s ADHD Consulting Certification and see if it matches your academic and professional goals.


Anger Management Certification Article on Anger and Revenge

Many become angry over issues of inequality, unfairness and injustice.  It is natural to become angry over these things.  However, it is important to control anger that turns to destructive action.  The old adage of an eye for an eye justice needs to be avoided.  When someone is treated unfairly, or feels they have been treated unfairly, disgust and discontent grow.  When those emotions or needs are not met, then anger can erupt.  Sometimes, the injustice is objective, but in many cases, one’s idea of fair or not fair is very subjective.  The response from individuals can be destructive and outweigh the abuse itself in some cases.

Within the social contract, individuals cannot let anger take control in issues of injustice and unfair treatment. Please also review our Anger Management Certification


The ideal that a man must correct wrongs is a common male image.  It is found on television and pop culture but it is something society has dismissed long ago with the social contract.  When injustice occurs, or a perception of unfairness, individuals surrender revenge to the state to find neutral justice.  A justice that objectively is diagnosed without bias.

Unfortunately, when the state fails to correct injustice, and the social contract fails, one can see large and sometimes violent movements.

The article, “An Eye for an Eye” by Aaron Karmin looks at how anger and revenge are detrimental to society and how individuals must learn to control the emotion of anger when confronted with unfairness.  He states,

“Unfairness is linked to anger, but as mentioned earlier, anger is a secondary emotion, What is felt first, the primary emotion, is powerlessness, disrespect and/or resentment. It’s like pushing a button on a computer. Talking about the problem stimulates emotions and allows them to pop to the surface to see the connection between yesterday and today”

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Please also review AIHCP’s Anger Management Certification and see if it meets your academic and professional goals.


Grief Counseling Certification Article on Grief and Strength

Such comments as “you are so strong” during grief can have well intentions but pose problems to the griever.  It creates an atmosphere where strength in grief is looking strong or tough or hiding it, or that one must be strong despite grief.  These ideals are not what it means to be truly strong in grief.

What does it truly mean to be strong in grief? Please also review our Grief Counseling Certification and see if it meets your academic and professional goals


Whats Your Grief Article, “What Does it Mean to Be Strong in Grief?” does an excellent job of pointing out the true strength in grief.  The article reads,

“Strength in grief is acknowledging, feeling, and expressing emotion. To help people understand how broadly strength in grief can be defined, we want to ask you – what does strength in grief look and feel like to you?”

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Strength in grief is accepting grief.  It is doing the little things.  It is being scared, vulnerable and sad but going through the process.  It is important as grief counselors to realize that when helping others face the grief process.  Please also review AIHCP’s Grief Counseling Certification