Healing and wellness are holistic experiences which impact the entire person. However, developing and implementing an effective holistic, outcome focused mythology can be challenging. This evidenced based workshop addresses the need for an effective multidimensional model that is easily applicable to a broad spectrum of individuals. In this workshop participants will learn effective assessment and intervention techniques that incorporate not only the physiological; but also the environmental, psychological, cultural and spiritual aspects of healing and wellness. This workshop is a didactic learning experience that is highly interactive. It includes lecture, discussion and incorporates power point presentations along with case studies, small group, and intensive learning experiences. Participants will discover a variety of modalities which can be incorporated into their daily practice.
This workshop incorporates the transformational environment of Volcano, HI; which is but minutes away from the world-renowned Volcanic National Park. Attendees will learn effective holistic, evidence-based techniques that fascinate movement from a state of dysfunction and stagnation toward one of healing and wellness. During this workshop, participants will experience hands-on encounters which facilitate effective assessment. They will be exposed to interventions that promote change while becoming proficient in developing individualized and -+-integrative Personal Road Maps. These tools facilitate an individual’s movement from stagnation toward healing and wellness.
Upon completion of this activity, participants will be able to:
- Discuss the utility of integrative therapies in the management of health and wellness.
- Identify types of integrative therapies and discuss the appropriate application.
- Recognize and incorporate appropriate evidence-based integrative approaches into their daily practice.
- Identify and examine how maladaptive patterns have contributed to Dimensional Stagnation.
- Identify and discuss holistic techniques within the Dimensional toolbox, for facilitating the transitional process.
- Discuss and implement the Dimensional toolbox, as a holistic method for facilitating and maintaining the transitional process.
About the Instructor
Loretta O’Hanlon PMH-NP has provided consultation services nationally since 1992. She is the founder and practicing provider at Life Management Consultations and founder and lecturer for Life Management Educational Services. She has lectured at the University of Florida, for the North Carolina Nurses Association and at various colleges, community agencies and mental health centers.
Loretta O’Hanlon has a mission to promote quality innovative, holistic, client-centered services. She has devoted herself to facilitating this through integrating cutting edge practice and education. Incorporating her personal and professional experiences, she developed her integrative model Dimensional Health as a method for the delivery of holistic health care.
Nurses, social workers, allied health care professionals and any others interested in integrative, holistic care.
8:30 AM-9:00 AM Registration
9:00 AM-10:20 AM Welcome & Introduction
The theory and practice of Dimensional health will be explored. Introduction to tools which will facilitate the participants’ assessment & learning process.
10:20 AM-10:30 PM Break
10:30 AM-12 PM Physiological Aspects
The Physiological aspects of illness and wellness will be explored along with an array of holistic interventions. Best practice alternatives will be presented. Participants will learn integrative techniques while developing personalized Road Maps.
12:00 PM-1:00 PM LUNCH on own
1:00 PM-2:35 PM Environmental Aspects
Participants will be introduced to potential contributory environmental aspects while they learn techniques for incorporating this dimension into their road maps.
2:35 PM-2:45 PM Break
2:45 PM- 4:00 PM Psychological/Cognitive Aspects
The psychological and cognitive aspects of illness and wellness will be explored along with an array of holistic interventions. Participants will learn assessment and intervention methods which will be incorporated into personalized Road Maps.
4:00 PM- 5:00PM Case study & discussion
Dinner on Own
9:30 AM-10:00 AM Registration
10:00 AM- 11:00 AM Didactic Dimensional tool session
This session includes demonstration, discussion and active participation which expand participant’s proficiency in the hands-on application of the Dimensional Tool Box. It includes small group experiences.
11:00 AM-12:00 PM Spiritual Aspects
The Spiritual aspects of illness and wellness will be explored along with an array of holistic interventions. Best practice alternatives will be presented, and participants will learn techniques and further develop their personalized Road Maps.
12:00 PM-1:00 PM Lunch on own
1:00 PM-2:30 PM Overview & integrative exercises
2:30 PM-2:40 PM Break
2:40PM-4:00 PM Small group applied assessment experience
4:00 PM-5:00 PM Dinner on Own
5:00 PM- 8:00 PM Integrative Intensive
Volcanic National Park Intensive offers the opportunity to experience the impact of the physiological, environmental, cultural, spiritual & psychological dimensions of healing. Intensive includes lecture, discussion, and interactive events.
8:30 AM-9:00 AM Registration
9:00 AM-10:00 AM Application of assessment & facilitation tools
10:00 AM-11:00 AM Presentations of individual & group assessments and Road Maps.
11:00 AM Evaluation
Continuing Education Units (CEU) will be offered to participants that attend the entire day. Participants must attend the entire day to receive credit for that day. No partial credits will be awarded for this activity. Standards regarding industry support of continuing education credit will be upheld. Disclosure of any commercial support, if any will be made known at the time of the activity. Total hours earned will be based on attendance, completion and submission of the event evaluation form. We will confirm your registration by E-mail or mail. Certificates of completion are provided. Participants can contact Life Management Educational Services for additional information. Participants are also encouraged to contact their respective licensing boards.
Both are strategically located for easy access to the workshop and offer reasonably priced lodging which includes breakfast. You are encouraged to make reservations early being space may be limited. There are a variety of accommodations available for lodging in Volcano, HI which can be explored through your local travel agent or on the internet. Life Management Educational Services reserves the right to cancel any workshop and is not responsible for providing any refunds for any fees (plane tickets, hotel deposits, etc.), other than for the workshop fee if LMES cancellation occurs.
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