University Creates Biofeedback Station To Relieve Student Stress & Raise Test Scores

University Creates Biofeedback Station To Relieve Student Stress & Raise Test Scores
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The increasing popular university program is helping students cope with anxiety and increase performance.

Karen Summerson
  • 8 october 2012

The four-year old Biofeedback Program at Iowa State University’s Student Counseling Center is garnering national attention, with its large student enrollment and successful results. Todd Pietruszka, student counseling service staff psychologist, created the center on campus to help relieve students’ stress and anxiety using a series of three programs: “Healing Rhythms”, “Passage” and “Wisdom Quest.” Each addresses different problems that students could be experiencing, including severe testing anxiety and stress-management.

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