Stress Management for Executives and Real People

This book of visual curriculum was developed for a course that my wife and I taught for two years. The course was called: Stress Management for Ill and Injured Workers. The beginnings came from learning’s at the US Navy Human Resources Management Center is San Diego. The curriculums were born from the teachings of University Press in San Diego.

The visual curriculum was developed from theses teaching and put in this book to help teach stress management for executives and real people. The models can be used by people who run small business or large corporations.

The biggest learning point for me as a I taught the courses and wrote this book was to realize the difference between objective and subjective identification of stressors.

The technique can be used effectively by executives or real everyday people to enhance your everyday life. The techniques can enhance your everyday living habits and help to reduce your levels of stress.


It is easy to read and demonstrates the psychological as well as…, January 4, 2016



This review is from:  Stress Management for Executives and Real People:  Models for Management Development (Paperback)

As a psychiatrist/physician specializing in stress induced disorders I found this book extremely helpful and scientific.  It is easy to read and demonstrates the psychological as well as the physical factors/changes associated with stress.  Additionally there are recommendations for life style, relaxation exercises, ways to avoid “burnout” and work fatigue and the biochemical changes associated with stress induced situations.  The stress exercises for long term and short term experiences are especially helpful.  Seldom is so much information found in a condensed fashion yet with the completeness of a textbook that is readable by the general public.  I highly recommend this volume to anyone interested in reducing the stress in their lives including homemakers raising children as well as top level executives.   The author, a highly decorated military pilot, draws on his vast experience in stressful military situations as well as his work as a doctor in civilian life.  Ronald Turco, M.D. – Past President, American Academy of Psychoanalysis and Dynamic Psychiatry and author of four books and 200 technical papers.