I work with organizations, businesses, and organizations to develop unique wellness training opportunities. Below are some examples of wellness training offerings I have developed and led. These offerings are inspired by a blend of health and wellness approaches, including mindfulness, Lifestyle Medicine, adult learning theory, developmental psychology, health and wellness coaching theory and practice, and many others. These are offerings are also in addition to, and incorporate the following mindfulness-based approaches: Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR), Mindfulness-Based Eating Awareness Training (MB-EAT), and Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction for Teens (MBSR-T).
Learn about the body’s stress response system , and how an increase in self-awareness can help to support wellness and reduce impact of stressors in daily life. Mindfulness practices are introduced, and are opportunities to learn and practice meditation.
Unhealthy lifestyle habits are known to be the prime drivers of chronic disease. In this series, you’ll be introduced to the 6 pillars of LIfestyle Medicine, which is an evidence-based framework from the American College of Lifestyle Medicine.
Adopting new, healthy habits is often difficult, especially if we are self-critical of ourselves. Often self-critical self talk is automatic and habitual. Learn about how to use self-awareness tools to respond differently to self-critical thoughts that jeopardize growth.
Does having 20 browser screens open give you a sense of effectiveness and efficiency? If so, this session is for you! Learn about how self-awareness practices can support you to focus your attention on one task at a time in order to support quality, effective, and quality work.
Learn the basics of self-awareness practices that can promote a “mindful pause” before eating and snacking. This mindful pause can help promote reflections before automatic eating behaviors occur, such as mindless snacking or eating when once is frustrated or stressed.
This session will be seriously serious, and seriously fun too. Come learn about why laughter and playfulness can help promote gratitude and positive emotions.
Communicating with others can be difficult. In this course, we’ll introduce a simple and straightforward framework for healthy communication. You’ll have an opportunity to practice and develop new ways to share your feelings and needs in ways that can support others to listen and understand you better.
What is your purpose? This is a common question, but often does not receive our attention as it can seem too ambiguous. Having a sense of purpose has been connected to wellbeing, and supports others to make life decisions that can contribute to life satisfaction. Join us to learn more about how to ask yourself this profound reflective question, and tips on how to do that.
We will cover the science of self-care, stress and mindfulness practice, and focus on helping you learn and practice mindfulness skills to promote stress reduction, groundedness, and self-compassion. You’ll have a community to practice with; a space to share, listen, and learn from others.
A deep dive into how meditation can support awareness of the little things that often get overshadowed. In order to allow gratitude to start flowing, it's important to notice where we have been, how we've grown and evolve, and how to face our daily life with the lens of gratitude.
So often we avoid and suppress the negative chatter in our minds. By developing a kind intention, through meditation, we can learn to become aware and befriend the emotions and thoughts that bring us suffering. While counterintuitive, being with our thoughts and emotions can support wellness in the long-term.