Behavioral Health & Substance Abuse Benefits
Duke offers both outpatient and inpatient behavioral health and substance abuse benefits under each of our medical plans.
Stress is a fact of life. But when you have too much or it lasts too long, stress can take a physical and psychological toll on your health and well-being. It can aggravate existing medical conditions or create new ones. Family, finances and work issues usually top the list of causes of stress. It is important to find a healthy balance in your life. Learning how to manage your stress is your best method of treatment as well as prevention.
Personal Assistance Service is the faculty and employee assistance program of Duke University. The staff of licensed professionals offer assessment, short-term counseling, and referrals to help resolve a range of personal, work, and family problems. PAS services are available free of charge to Duke faculty and staff, and their immediate family members.
We're all doing more with less and it takes a toll on body, mind and spirit. How To Manage Stress can help you learn some skills for managing stress and gaining perspective on the stressors in your life. Since stress means different things to different people, five topics are available.
Stress Management Classes
Classes are scheduled at your convenience. Most classes are 30 minutes long but they can also be expanded or shortened according to your interests. Classes are free of charge but require a minimum of 12 participants (Small departments may be combined). Call us at 684-3136 (Option 1) for more information.
If you are tired, tense, or just need a moment to relax, schedule time to enjoy the benefits of chair massage and feel the stress escape you.
Stress can also zap your energy and affect your daily quality of life. Find out the keys to managing stress in today's busy world with this free seminar.