From colds to cancer, insomnia to infertility, depression to diaper rash, allergies, asthma, addictions, acne,  and everything in between, the link between stress and illness has long been recognized but with few effective solutions.  

Conventional stress reduction strategies — exercise, relaxation, meditation, hobbies — may bring momentary relief but can neither identify nor resolve the specific stresses causing problems for us.  Talk therapy is only marginally more successful as well as expensive and time-consuming.

Graf Stress Management is a revolutionary advance in managing stress.  Its signature Stress Evaluation is capable of quickly and accurately pinpointing and resolving those stresses at the root of physical and mental illness, enabling healing and peace of mind.

Graf Stress Management recognizes the following:

  • Debilitating stress is more complex than hectic schedules, difficult people, and other pressures of daily life.  The stresses which undermine us have to do with lingering resentment, guilt, fear, low self-esteem and troubled relationships.
  •  Our memories are often inadequate for determining what’s troubling us.  Major stresses can date from any point in our life, not merely the present. Some stresses may be so distant that we no longer think about them yet their negative energy remains lodged in us, adding pain, limitation, and negative drama to our experience of life today. 
  • Each of us has an “innate intelligence” which runs our body and keeps an accurate record of our life. It is capable of delivering good health when not constrained by stress. It also remembers everything that has happened to us and can supply useful information about the stresses we’ve experienced.

Since 1975, Graf Stress Management has been successfully used by thousands of clients to improve health, well-being, and peace of mind.  Mind-Body Stress Management, in Rockville, Maryland, promotes the use of this powerful tool.  It is operated by Elizabeth Richardson, a Certified Graf Stress Management Consultant since 1991. 

For more detailed information, see this site’s Explanation posts or send questions using the Contact page.             

I’m always interested in what you have to say.

~Elizabeth Richardson

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