Managing Stress: References and Resources

ATTITUDE
Literature
The Relaxation and Stress Reduction Workbook* by M. Davis, E. Eshelman, & M. McKay
Managing Stress: Principles and Strategies for Health and Wellbeing by Brian Luke Seaward
The Feeling Good Handbook by D. O. Burns, MD
Learned Optimism by M. Seligman, PhD



EATING HEALTHY
Campus Resources
University Health Center
Services provided include individual consultations, cooking classes and a variety of information about food, nutrition, and eating issues. For more information call 706-542-8690 or check out the Nutrition website at www.uhs.uga.edu/nutrition/nutrition-intro.

UGA Food Services: for students on the meal plan.

Services provided include individual counseling, nutrition education stations, and an 8 week Eating Smart class offered Fall & Spring semesters.

All services are free of charge to students on the meal plan.

For more information or to make an appointment please call Katherine Ingerson, RD, LD, at 706-542-7313.

Student Athletes: for UGA student athletes only.

Services provided include individual counseling, nutrient analysis of
meals, body composition analysis, supplement review, group seminars for
the whole team, pre and post game meal advisement, newsletters, shopping
tours, and literature on nutrition.

Services are free to all University athletes. For more information or to
make an appointment please call Ruth Ann Gildea, MS, RD, LD at 706-542-4918.

Classes for Credit: for students of all majors.

The College of Family and Consumer Sciences offers a course in general nutrition
titled Human Nutrition and Food (FDNS 2100). The focus of the class is to understand
the relationship of nutrition and food choices to achieve optimal health
of the individual throughout his or her life cycle.
For more information, please stop by room 210 of Dawson Hall or call 706-542-2827.

Online Resources
Sites with nutrition information and great links:

www.uhs.uga.edu/nutrition/nutrition-intro (University Health Center)
www.eatright.org (American
Dietetic Association)
www.gssiweb.com (sports nutrition
information)
www.nutrition.gov
www.somethingfishy.org
www.nationaleatingdisorders.org
www.bodypositive.com
www.cnpp.usda.gov

Literature
Intuitive Eating by E. Tribole, MS, RD and E. Resch, MS, RD
Eating Well on Campus by A. S. Litt, MS, RD, LD



PHYSICAL ACTIVITY
Campus Resources
Department of Recreational Sports (706-542-5060, www.uga.edu/recsports) provides lots of opportunities for physical activity, including personal training.

Online Resources
stress.about.com/cs/exercise/

www.goaskalice.columbia.edu/0811.html

http://exercise.about.com/

Literature
The Relaxation and Stress Reduction Workbook by M. Davis, E. Eshelman, & M. McKay
Fitness for Dummies by S. Schlosberg & L. Neporent
Moving Your Body by Dayle Hayes



RELAXATION
Campus Resources
Massage Therapy at the University Health Center, 706-542-8634

Counseling And Psychiatric Services, 706-542-2273
offers relaxation and meditation groups

Literature
The Relaxation and Stress Reduction Workbook by M. Davis, E. Eshelman, & M. McKay
Managing Stress: Principles and Strategies for Health and Wellbeing by Brian Luke Seaward
Full Catastrophe Living by J. Kabat-Zinn



SLEEP
Literature
Power Sleep by J. Maas
Are You Getting Enough ZZZs by the Health Promotion Department
Say Good Night to Insomnia by G. Jacobs, PhD



HEALTHY RELATIONSHIPS
Campus Resources
Counseling and Psychiatric Services (CAPS), University Health Center 706-542-2273
Project Safe, a resource and shelter for relationship violence 706-543-3331

Confidential information and consultation, 706-542-SAFE

Online Resources
www.uhs.uga.edu/rsvp/healthy-relationships

Literature
Ten Tips for Healthy Relationships by Joyce Woodford



TIME MANAGEMENT
Campus Resources
Department of Academic Enhancement, 706-542-5436

Literature
College Rules! How to Study, Survive and Succeed in College by S. Nist & J. Patrick Holschuh
First Things First by S. Covey
The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Managing Your Time by J. Davidson, et.al
Time Management for Dummies by J. Mayer



ALCOHOL AND OTHER DRUGS
Campus Resources
Health Promotion Department, University Health Center, 706-542-8690
www.uhs.uga.edu/aod/fontaine
Counseling and Psychiatric Services, University Health Center, 706-542-2273
Psychology Clinic, Psychology Building, 706-542-1173

Online Resources
Alcoholic’s Anonymous
www.alcoholics-anonymous.org


Alanon-Alateen
www.al-anon.alateen.org


Alcohol Screening
www.alcoholscreening.org


National Institute on Drug Abuse
www.drugabuse.gov

Literature
Beer, Booze, and Books by J. Matthews
Uppers, Downers, All Arounders by D. Inada & W. Cohen



SPIRITUALITY
Literature
Man’s Search for Meaning by V. Frankl
How, Then, Shall We Live? by W. Muller
Spiritual Literacy by F. and M.A. Brussat
The Artist’s Way by J. Cameron