Master 8 Stress Resilience Secrets That Every
Hospital And Health Care Provider Needs To Know

Cooling Down Stress

for Hospital and Health Care Providers

A unique and fun stress management seminar where health care providers learn how to thrive and prosper in today’s demanding and constantly changing world. Give Cameron a little time and he will help you and your staff feel more relaxed, energized and confident.

“This is critical information that should be available 
at all professional development days.”

R. McEackez, 150 Mile House, BC

Is Life Out of Balance?

No Time , No Energy, No Joy 

Master 8 powerful ways To Cool Down
Stress and more effectively manage
both work and personal life

With A Special Feature

What If . . . You Already Ate  The  Soup Too Hot!

Avoiding and Recovering From Burnout

1000s of Health Care Providers

Including Physicans, Nurses, etc.

Have Already Benefited 

Across Canada, the USA and Australia

Seminar Outline

Excessive  poorly managed stress is literally costing employers millions of dollars every year in both direct and indirect ways especially in lost productivity through both presenteeism (absent when present) and absenteeism. This workshop focuses on 8 stress resilience secrets that every health care provider and hospital staff needs to know to thrive and prosper in today’s busy and constantly changing 24/7 teaching world.


This professional training explores real, practical

and proven ways to slow down and maintain balance

while being more productive and enjoying life more fully.

Content Adapted To

Health Care Stressors

  • 5 new stressors that constantly increase the speed of life
  • 8 powerful ways to effectively manage work and personal stress
  • 2 simple and effective stress assessment tools that assess current stress and coping levels and how to be more aware of how     stress is affecting you
  • 7 deep-seated stressors and how to resolve them
  • 7 stages to  burnout with solutions to both prevent or recover from it
  • Strategies on how to maximize stress hardiness
  • Presented as an interesting and fun cooling down the stress soup analogy

 Program Planners and Participants Are Saying . . .

“Cameron recently presented 2 workshops on managing stress and there was (an astounding) 97% satisfaction with the program.”  
P. Kenmey, Director Education Services, Atlantic Health Sciences Corp.

“Participants appreciated your warm, genuine presentation style and found the resources and humorous stories to be very valuable and practical.” V. Mehaney, Program Services Co-ordinator,
David Thompson Health Region, Alberta

 "Excellent presentation. I gained more practical help
in this short seminar than in a recent 2-day stress management workshop.” T. Fagrie, Police Officer, RCMP Regina, SK

Presentation can be adapted to various time frames

A Keynote Address

 A  2-3 Hour Pro-D Seminar/Workshop

2 or 3 Presentations at a Convention or for employee groups
where only part of the group can be available for training at a time

For More Info On Presenter . . .

Yes, Life Is Moving Faster And Faster?

with Cameron Johnston

Our Life-Changing Stress Management Seminar - For Hospital and Health Care Providers

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Bringing  Lifestyle  Enrichment  Training  Directly  To

Your  Business  or  Community

On completing this seminar or workshop return to work:

  1. With a positive attitude toward stress
  2. A  clear understanding of the positive benefits of stress as well as the dangers and risks  of managing it poorly
  3. Awareness of personal stress levels and how stress is affecting  them for good or ill
  4. Motivation to keep on top of stress with several practical strategies
  5. Feeling more relaxed and peaceful and in control of life
  6. With a personal stress management plan that works both  at work and home

Health Care

Staff  Will

It is not a figment of your imagination!

Life is moving faster and faster. Yes, the speed of life is increasing yearly, if not monthly, and there are reasons why this is happening.  In fact,  the speed of life will not slow down any time soon, that's the bad news.

The Good News is that you do not need to continue to move faster and faster.  You can slow down and this seminar offers some very practical and helpful tools that really work!