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Stress Reduction Association

Help Reduce Stress For Our Healthcare Workers

The Stress Reduction Association provides strategies for reducing stress and mitigating the impact of burnout, particularly among healthcare providers. We seek to make a measurable difference in the lives of those affected by stress and burnout through guided in-person and virtual events led by respected professionals in their field. Please see our list of events for more details.

About Us

Creating Meaningful Impact

Since our launch in 2020, The Stress Reduction Association (SRA) has developed a team of dedicated volunteers and staff from diverse backgrounds who contribute their unique expertise and resources to achieve the organization's goal  of promoting stress reduction. The SRA's impact is measured by the positive feedback and results from those we help. We welcome others to join our efforts to make a difference in reducing stress and promoting well-being.
Be Part of the Solution.

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Upcoming Events

  • Mar 25, 2024, 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.
    A link will be provided
    Evidence-based session crafted to effectively manage stress. Led by experienced instructors, this class incorporates mindfulness and relaxation techniques to provide tangible stress relief. Prioritize your well-being by immersing yourself in a calming environment and gaining practical skills.
  • Apr 29, 2024, 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.
    A link will be provided
    Evidence-based session crafted to effectively manage stress. Led by experienced instructors, this class incorporates mindfulness and relaxation techniques to provide tangible stress relief. Prioritize your well-being by immersing yourself in a calming environment and gaining practical skills.

Stress Reduction Association at a Glance

Stress Reduction Association's strength lies in the actions of our initiatives. Our mission is to provide stress reduction strategies and services to mitigate the impact of burnout. Reminding our valued healthcare workers that they are not alone.