Relaxation Response Resiliency Program (3RP)
Designed to give patients a variety of mind body skills and interventions to decrease medical symptoms and build resilience.
Relaxation Response Resiliency Program
The Relaxation Response Resiliency Program (3RP) is an outpatient, comprehensive lifestyle program based on the principles and practices of mind body medicine. The program reduces the impact of stress through a variety of skill-building exercises scientifically shown to improve medical symptoms, mood, and well-being.
Goals & Components:
- Develop skill in a variety of techniques that elicit the relaxation response
- Reduce your medical symptoms
- Understand the link between stress and physical/emotional problems
- Learn to turn off your own stress through new behaviors and attitudes
- Appreciate the role of positive thoughts and beliefs in support of mind body healing
- Successfully incorporate mind body principles and practices, including socialization, into personal health
- Learn the importance of healthy eating and physical activity to your overall health and well-being
Anyone With the Following Would Benefit:
- Anxiety-Related Symptoms (such as palpitations, shortness of breath)
- Gastrointestinal problems
- Skin problems
- Sleep disorders
- Autoimmune disorders
- Mild/moderate depression
- Asthma-related symptoms
- Allergy-related symptoms
- Any disorder complicated by stress
To Enroll or for More Information
Please contact Sue Clough at 617-643-6054 or email@example.com
The 3RP includes three individual visits reimbursed by most insurers, and eight weeks of two-hour long self-pay group sessions.
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