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Emotional Awareness Loss Control July8 2009

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Becoming emotionally aware by learning how to reacting verusis responding to emotional situations

Becoming emotionally aware by learning how to reacting verusis responding to emotional situations


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  • 1. James M. DeCarli, MPH, MPA, CHES Injury & Violence Prevention Program Department of Public Health Los Angeles County 1
  • 2. Emotions & Stress Emotions & Workplace Stress/Disease/Depression Anger & Hostility‐effects in the workplace Reacting versus responding Mind/Body Interventions‐coping in the workplace 2
  • 3. •Communicates information about relationships to the self  and world •Motivates withdrawal or approach •Closer (positive) or pushes away (negative) •Adaptive •Misinterpret •Influences learning and memory •Universal across cultures •Body‐based 3
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  • 5. A car cuts you off   Causing you to slam your brakes on Driver behavior‐you are driving on the  freeway, a car in the fast lane to your left  crosses in front of you, cutting you off,  to make the off‐ramp, requiring you to  slam on your brakes nearly hitting the  car. The other driver misses the off‐ ramp and continues on the freeway in  the lane next to you and in front of you. How do you feel? What are your  reactions? 5
  • 6. Stressor Fight or  Flight  Response 6
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  • 10. Function Cause Anger •Perceived violation •Injustice •Frustration Happiness •Perception of expectation of gain Anxiety/fear •Perception of threat •Danger with difficulty coping Sadness •Perception that something of value  has been or will be lost 10
  • 11. •Experience same stimulus  •Different emotional reaction 11
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  • 24. 1. 12‐Adjectives list  (answer Yes or No decision) 2. Abstract/concrete 3. Upper or lower case words 24
  • 25. Write: Yes/No 25
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  • 40. React versus respond Mind/Body ‐coping in the workplace Obtaining help When How 40
  • 41. James M. DeCarli jdecarli@ph.lacounty.gov (213) 351‐7846 41