Christine Tyrrell Baker, PhD
Transformational Workshop Series
Key Learning Points:
Stress is a functional part of our experience. All humans are programmed with reactivity to stress.
We can learn to observe stress reactivity and link it to common mental and physical struggles in our lives.
Healing and connection occur when people can understand their difficulties in a new light and develop compassion for themselves and for others.
Have you ever noticed that people struggle with holding stress in their bodies even when they have worked on the stressor in their minds?
Practices that address the mind-body connection, like mindfulness, are essential for building resiliency. Through awareness, we can interrupt the destructive pathway in which stress can lead to mental and physical symptoms and illness.
June 19, 2015 9-3pm
$90 per person
$75 for students
limited to the first 25 registrants
The Synergy Center
4500 Pewter Lane, Bldgs 8 & 9
Manlius, NY 13104
To register: Email Christine Tyrrell Baker, PhD at firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline for registration: June 11, 2015
I am a health care provider. Is this workshop relevant to individuals or intended for those providing services as well?
This is workshop relevant to individuals AND healthcare providers helping any population.
Mindfulness is essential for interrupting the stress response. Research shows positive benefits of mindfulness for immune function, chronic pain, parenting and relationships, anxiety, depression, cancer, and hypertension.