By now, you’ve heard about the benefits of meditation and mindfulness.
Have you ever wondered how they could
enhance your clinical practice?
Date: 1/21/16 from 7-8:30pm
Can’t make that time?
All participants will have access to a recording of the program after it airs.
Research has shown that accessing a relaxed and meditative state of mind leads to significant health benefits including: lower blood pressure, stable heart rate and reversed age-related deterioration of the brain.
This healing modality couldn’t be more convenient. You and your patients can learn to access this state of being at any time!
In this webinar, you will gain knowledge regarding:
· The sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous system
· The immediate physiological impact of meditation and breath work
· The long term effects of both stress and meditation
You will gain skills to:
· Access your own Relaxation Response using a variety of techniques
· Teach and coach your clients and patients
· Integrate meditation and breath work into your existing clinical practice
· Maximize your patient’s outcomes with this evidence-based modality
“If you are anxious, you can't learn. It's like dropping seeds on concrete.
With a quiet mind, people take things in.”
- Herbert Benson
Jennifer Llado, MS, MS, CCC/SLP
Jennifer is the Founder of Bright Side Therapy, LLC. She is a practicing speech-language pathologist with 9 years of experience in various healthcare settings. Jennifer has an additional Master’s Degree in Healthcare Leadership and currently works as a Rehabilitation Director. She has a strong interest in meditation, mindfulness and alternative medicine practices. She is also a Reiki practitioner and certified aromatherapist. Jennifer is dedicated to bringing consciousness to healthcare and leadership.
Brenda Lovette, MS, CCC/SLP, RYT
Includes: access to live 90 minute webinar • recording of the session to view later • printable materials for patient education • permanent access to private moderated Facebook group for peer collaboration and discussion.
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