Stress & Health : A Discussion for Lifelong Learners

OSH 844 / Non Credit
Course taught in: English
Locations: TBD
Instructor: Martin Diner

Course Description

This class will give an introduction to understanding and living with stress, how it affects health and well-being, and how to stop worrying about health and illness. The course is designed to present and discuss concepts related to stress in order to better understand what people experience when they have stress. The emphasis will be on learning general concepts about stress and stress management. Join Dr. Martin Diner, retired clinical psychologist and Senior Lecturer at New York Medical College for this new OLLI class! 

Dr. Martin Diner, M.D., PhD, is a partially retired clinical psychologist and college professor. He has had many years of experience as a teacher and as a practicing psychologist. Currently, he is a Senior Lecturer at New York Medical College School of Health Sciences and Practice where he teaches the course in Stress and Health.

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