A Weekend Workshop for Personal Reflection and Transformation
Redefining Health weekend offers you an opportunity to step away from your daily life to reflect and discover new possibilities that you can put into practice right away. This program addresses the challenges we all experience as an integral part of life and offers at least 20 effective, simple, and yet profound techniques to enable you to rethink, refocus, and reframe your personal thinking as it relates to your emotional and physical health.
For more than 20 years, thousands of people nationally and internationally have experienced powerful and positive changes in their thinking, language, and behavior as a result of participating in this program. This workshop has provided a healing and empowering framework for their lives.
This program provides the opportunity to:
- Gain insights that allow you to gently challenge your assumptions
- Identify personal emotional triggers and learn how to reframe them
- Increase the ability to examine your perceptions and choose your reactions
- Engage in partnership with others without opposition and judgment
Join us and redefine your fears, your relationships, you career, and your health.
Consider bringing the most important people in your life to share in this experience, including your partners, family members, friends, colleagues, co-workers, patients, clients, and others.
Dianne Connelly and Robert Duggan are brilliant facilitators, provocative teachers, accomplished authors, and compassionate healers. As the founders of Tai Sophia Institute, they have been leaders in redefining the conversations and practices around health and wellness for more than 40 years. In their presence, students, patients, and colleagues find themselves becoming more aware and awake to their lives and all the possibilities for the future.
MUIH Students, Faculty, and Staff: Free
Nursing Contact Hours: 12.5
This continuing education activity was approved by Maryland Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation.
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Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 410-888-9048 ext. 6642.