Stress Management, Well-being and Self-Care


What Customers Are Saying About Us

"I was a patient in my own hospital and I saw your videos for the first time. They were marvelous. They really worked. They really helped me relax and I want my own copies for use at home."
Carol Schaffer, CEO
Cleveland Clinic Foundation
Cleveland, OH

"You’re doing great work and someday the world will catch up with your (our) understanding of stress as being a vital component of health."
David Sobel, MD, Author and Medical Director Regional Health Education
Kaiser Permanente Northern California
Oakland, CA

"I commend you on The Relaxation Tape."
Norman Cousins, Author of Anatomy of an Illness
UCLA School of Medicine
Los Angeles, CA

"SHORT CIRCUITING STRESS is a remarkably clear and useful self-help video."
Albert Ellis, Ph.D.
Author of numerous books on Cognitive Therapy

"We handed THE STRESS PROFILER out to all 7,000 employees at NASA."
Helen Shoemaker, Dynamac
The Kennedy Space Center

"Your material is incredibly impressive and you have obviously done a superb job."
Brian Tracy, Author, Motivational Speaker
Brian Tracy International

"A Day Away From Stress sets the gold standard for video meditation."
Belleruth Naperstek, Author
Health Journeys
Akron, OH

"When I was feeling stressed, I used the CD of A DAY AWAY FROM STRESS again. Once again it did the trick. I was hooked."
Ladies Home Journal,


"You are obviously doing good work."
Carole Passadin, Health Promotion
New York, NY

"The Gastroenterology Department at the Mayo Clinic would like to use the abbreviated version of A DAY AWAY FROM stress as a relaxation tool for pre-procedure patients in all our waiting areas."
Teresa Kubas, RD
Mayo Clinic
Rochester, MN

"I feel AudioVision/StressStop’s tapes are a very good source of learning relaxation skills through the beauty of the scenery, the music and the relaxation techniques that are presented."
Janet Newsome, Coord. CCTV
Cleveland Clinic
Cleveland, OH

Quick Stress Tips

What can I do to help me manage anger right now?

From the Article: Managing Anger

Assume the other person didn't intend to make you angry. What gets us all riled up is the thought that another person intended to make us angry. But this is rarely the case. (It's almost like assuming that when two people are laughing across a room they are laughing at you.) Most people who make you angry do it completely unintentionally. When you fully realize this it will defuse a lot of the anger you experience in life. If it's a friend, family member or coworker, don't even hint that your angry. Just ask them why they did what they did, and you'll invariably find out that if they knew you were bothered by it, they wouldn't have done it.