Build resilience with StressPal’s personalized online training experience. Created by experts in psychological medicine, StressPal delivers powerful techniques you can start using in your everyday life right now.
The StressPal experience is intuitive and self-paced. Strategies are embedded in animated and live action videos, with calming guided meditations.
The training synthesizes the best peer-reviewed research and emphasizes the impact of mindfulness interventions on neurophysiology. Validated assessments track progress and help you succeed.
Interactive tools let you identify your personal stressors and get the help you need. Practice exercises are brief and effective, and can be used anywhere, anytime. So you can get back to what matters.
"As a busy physician, I have so many patients who would benefit from a quality self-paced program to help them cope with stress and achieve healthier habits. I eagerly await reviewing StressPal as a preventive care service to offer my patients, young and old.”
– Ricki Pollycove, MD, national spokeswoman on integrative medicine
"Stress is epidemic in our fast-paced modern life and is a major contributor to the enormously destructive effects of heart disease, cancer, diabetes, and the other maladies that currently plague us. Based in good science, StressPal will be wonderfully helpful in combating these modern scourges.”
– Larry Dossey, MD, Executive Editor of Explore: The Journal of Science and Healing
"In a world where intensely negative emotions are all too prevalent, I applaud the efforts made by Pennie Sempell, whom I have known for many years, and her colleague, James Monroe, PhD to develop stress resilience training tools based on real science. StressPal's emphasis on mindful, present moment interventions couldn't come at a better time.”
– Paul Ekman, PhD, Science Advisor for FOX TV’s Lie to Me, based on his life and work, co-author with The Dalai Lama of Emotional Awareness
Find StressPal on doctors’ websites as a wellness service and directly from StressPal.com.
Available in 2017.