Michael Mantell, a corporate psychologist with a private practice in La Mesa, specializes in stress prevention, rather than stress management. Mantell says downsizing and the protracted recession have created intense employee stress, which leads to increased costs to the employer from diminished productivity.

Michael Mantell, a corporate psychologist with a private practice in La Mesa, specializes in stress prevention, rather than stress management. Mantell says downsizing and the protracted recession have created intense employee stress, which leads to increased costs to the employer from diminished productivity.

With millions of Americans feeling overworked, undervalued and anxious about their job prospects in this tough economy, workplace stress prevention training could be the answer to a more productive, less absent and healthier workforce, according to Michael Mantell, a corporate psychologist who specializes in such training...

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