About Dr. Olpin
Michael Olpin, PhD
Michael Olpin, PhD, has spent more than 30 years developing and teaching the Stress Release system that strengthens resilience needed in professional and personal environments to achieve lifelong stress mastery and be permanently in control and thriving.
He has worked with many companies, organizations, community and church groups, athletes and athletic teams, and individuals. He is deeply moved by the terrible circumstances that nurses have suffered during the pandemic and is confident he can help nurses in all settings reach optimum levels of emotional and physical health.
Dr. Olpin is Professor in the Department of Health Promotion and Human Performance and Director of the Stress Relief Center at Weber State University (UT). He is co-author of the textbook, Stress Management for Life: A Research-Based Experiential Approach (2021; 5th Edition) used at over 60 universities in the US and Canada.
PhD, Health Education Southern Illinois University at Carbondale
MS, Health Sciences and BS, Psychology, Brigham Young University
AA, Business Management Utah Valley Community College