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Sept 30: Burnout to Balance Workshop

Sept. 30, or Nov. 18, 9am – 4pm Burlingame, California Burnout to Balance: Imagery Tools at Work Presented by: Terry  Reed, RN, MS, HN-BC

Healthcare professionals providing direct patient care are invited to attend this workshop on relaxation and guided imagery techniques for self care and use at the bedside. Learn about: stress management, brief imagery techniques for coping with illness and treatment, pain control, reducing anxiety, burnout and more.

Terry Reed, RN

When: Sept. 30, or Nov. 18 (9am-4pm) includes am snack and lunch. Registration deadline one week before class.

Where: Nursing Education Classroom Ground floor. Peninsula Medical Center 1501 Trousdale Drive, Burlingame, Ca.

Cost: $85 (Includes 6 CEU’s) No refund if notification occurs less than 3 business days before class date. Open to all health care professionals

To Register: call 650-570-6157 or e-mail: terry@integrativeimagery.com NOTE: Please apply for tuition aid and educational leave prior to registering for the class. About Terry Miller – Co-creating Beyond Ordinary Nursing eight years ago with my colleague, Susan Ezra, has literally changed my life and allowed me to manifest my life’s purpose; to help others and myself reach their full potential. I had used imagery very early in life creating imaginary pets and special magical journeys, but had forgotten most of that when my mind started specializing in another form of imagery; negative thoughts and fears. My first imagery session brought such healing , joy, and creativity that I knew I had to have more balance and perspective in my life; both personally and professionally. In addition, I wanted to contribute to the healing of my chosen profession; nursing. The most treasured gift I have received in teaching this work, has been to learn to let go of old “fix it” models that burn out compassionate health professionals and give them tools that potentate healing in their patients, themselves, and health care as a whole.

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