This session is available as an online webinar series (2x60-minute webinars) or an onsite session at your organization. See the upcoming public webinar series dates on the right and join us soon!
Who should attend?
This workshop series is designed for business professionals desiring better ways to manage the stress of increasing demands in the information age. By participating in this course, they will understand how different types of stress affect mental and physical well-being, and learn neuroscience techniques to rewire their brains for greater peace and productivity.
Here are some of the key topics and techniques that are covered
- Recognize the physical harms of stress.
- Know how thinking can increase or decrease your stress.
- How stress affects immunity and leads to disease.
- Common habits that lead to stress.
- How to rewire the brain to think and respond differently.
- Simple processes to reverse the effects of stress
- Transforming thoughts for greater peace and productivity.
- Mindfulness techniques.
- Physical stress relief.
- Creating a personal stress relief plan.
About the presenter
Alicia Ruelaz Maher, M.D. is founder of ScienceForTheJourney.com A Board Certified Diplomate of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, with subspecialty certification in Psychosomatic Medicine, Dr. Maher translates the knowledge of neuroscience into tools and techniques to enhance individual lives. In addition to over 15 years of working with patients, she also teaches medical students as Assistant Clinical Professor at the University of California- San Francisco (UCSF) and defines the state of practice through cutting-edge research with the RAND corporation.
She has lectured to thousands of professionals on a variety of topics. She is particularly passionate about helping others to overcome burnout and has fulfilled requests to lecture on this important subject to audiences in Australia, Europe and the U.S. In addition, she has written several articles for medical journals and her expertise has been used by Medscape, Psychiatric Times, Journal of General Internal Medicine, The International Association for Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and several others.