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Relaxation techniques are therapeutic exercises designed to assist individuals with decreasing tension and anxiety, physically and psychologically. Strategies to assist patients with relaxation have long been a hallmark component of psychotherapy; however, they can be utilized throughout healthcare environments as complementary therapies to treat patients experiencing various types of distress, including but not limited to anxiety, depression, pain, and stress. Relaxation techniques encompass an array of strategies to increase feelings of calm and decrease feelings of stress. Feelings of stress can include physiological responses such as increased heart rate, shortness of breath, and muscle tension, along with the subjective emotional experience; and relaxation techniques can aid in the reduction of these symptoms. Many variations of relaxation strategies exist and can be facilitated by a variety of health professionals and learned via self-help.
Dr. Long graduated from McPherson College with a Bachelors of Science, followed by graduating from the University of Oklahoma College of Dentistry. She is a member of the American Dental Association, the Kansas Dental Association, and the Wichita District Dental Society. She has completed additional advanced education in Dental Implants and Bone Augmentation, Endodontic Therapy, Clear Aligners, and Cosmetic Dentistry. Working at Frankenbery and Johnson has been a lifelong goal for Dr. Long because she is able to work with her Dad, Dr. Frankenbery! Dr. Long and her husband Cole are excited to be back in Wichita with their family and friends. They enjoy watching sporting events, traveling, and enjoying the outdoors.
The governance bodies at RWS include the Board of Trustees and the Faculty College. They hold the vision of the school, develop long-range plans to realize that vision, oversee the management of the school, and ensure that the school achieves its mission through its program, staffing, and facilities.
The Faculty College, in conjunction with the Director of Education, has authority to make decisions on all pedagogical matters and in hiring, evaluating, and dismissing pedagogical personnel. The Faculty College is responsible for the destiny of the school as expressed through its mission, program, staffing, and facilities. The Faculty College keeps a long-range view of the school and also works with daily educational issues. It strives to address these issues from a pedagogical perspective, keeping the children and the educational process as its highest priority.
Mr Pegueros said the first defense is for parents to tell their kids about the dangers of certain substances. He said kids need to also ask themselves whether going along with the crowd at a party is worth it.
Ashley Long is the coordinator of learning resources in the Center for Teaching and Learning at Parker University (2540 Walnut Hill Lane, Dallas, TX 75229; email@example.com). P. Daniel Chen is an associate professor and program coordinator in the Department of Counseling and Higher Education, College of Education, University of North Texas (1155 Union Circle #310829 Denton, TX 76203-5017; Daniel.Chen@unt.edu).
Additionally, Reynolds and the HCRC team recently published further research in JAMA Pediatrics on the Chicago Longitudinal Study with the initial CPC participants to show long-term economic gains from those participating in the program. Scientific American also recently published an article about the long-term gains of this early-education programming. CSEP is excited to be able to share some of the many articles promoting quality early childhood education. 041b061a72