The institute (IHM, heartmath.org)
“We’re privileged to be able to provide our DVD and resources to the 4,000 veterans expected to be at this event. The H.E.A.R.T. DVD is an in-depth training tool based on our more than 20 years of research into stress and stress related challenges. The DVD will provide veterans with techniques that have shown to be extremely effective in dealing with the unique challenges they face,” said IHM Executive Director Katherine Floriano, who will be in attendance at IHM’s booth during the Veterans Holiday Celebration.
The H.E.A.R.T. DVD instructs veterans and service members on effective ways to cope with many challenging mental, emotional and physical situations they endure. It contains four emotion management tools and techniques, research and stories that provide an educational background.
The military resources IHM makes available for free are made possible through its Military Service Appreciation Fund (http://www.heartmath.org/
IHM is also working hard to a help shorten the reintegration process for troops so they can transition back into their local communities and society quicker and with greater success. HeartMath programs and services are being applied in a variety of contexts, including for PTSD and pain management, family communication and other reintegration challenges.
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About the Institute of HeartMath:
The Institute of HeartMath, www.heartmath.org, is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit research and education organization. IHM has been conducting scientific research on stress, the physiology of emotions and the science of the heart for two decades. IHM, a world leader in stress reduction and emotion-management research, was founded in 1991 by Doc Childre. Through its research and education divisions, the Institute has developed practical tools, education programs and services – collectively known as the HeartMath System – for the mental, emotional and physical benefit of children through seniors without regard to their social, economic or cultural status.