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Sandra ScheinbaumHealth Coaching and Functional Medicine:
A Conversation with Sandra Scheinbaum, Ph D

Join us in a lively introduction to Functional Medicine Health Coaching.  Dr. Sandra Scheinbaum, PhD, the CEO and Program Director of the Functional Medicine Coaching Academy, discusses with Dr. Kreisberg the emerging working relationship between health coaches and Functional Medicine practitioners.  Learn how Dr. Scheinbaum integrates the principles of Functional Medicine, Mind-Body Medicine, nutrition, positive psychology as part of her comprehensive training program.

BIO
Dr. Sandra Scheinbaum is the founder and CEO of the Functional Medicine Coaching Academy, a program established in collaboration with The Institute for Functional Medicine.  An Institute for Functional Medicine Certified Practitioner and licensed clinical psychologist with a Masters degree in learning disabilities, Dr. Scheinbaum has specialized in blending mind-body medicine withpositive psychology and taught stress management to both children and adults for over 40 years.She established a clinic for diagnosing and treating attention deficit disorders and also ran a clinicfor treating panic and anxiety.  Dr. Scheinbaum is a board-certified senior fellow in biofeedback, certified health coach and registered yoga instructor She taught graduate level courses in the psychology of eating, mind-body medicine, and the psychology of well-being.  Dr. Scheinbaum is the author of Stop Panic Attacks in 10 Easy Steps and How to Give Clients the Skills to Stop PanicAttacks, and conducted one of the first controlled studies of neurofeedback for the treatment of ADD.

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PREFERRED photo J E Aalfs photo by RzescottiPoetry, Motion and the Art of Noticing:
A Conversation with Janet E. Aalfs

The place of deepening – where we must keep going to discover the next silence and word, the next still-point and gesture – forms the core of the poem, of the dance. The act of noticing with all of our senses, our whole heart-mind, body, and spirit, creates an open path for clear words and motion to arise, create momentum, and transform. Through movement meditation, spoken word, writing, and sharing our work, we encourage deepening into the next level of healing practice, and of freedom. As Toni Morrison has said, “The function of freedom is to free somebody else.” Any creative spark with which one takes the positive risk to become more free is truly a gift.

Bio

Janet E. Aalfs, poet laureate emeritus of Northampton, MA (2003-2005), a Jian Mei branch chief instructor of Tai Chi and Qigong, a 7th degree black belt in Shuri-ryu Karate, and a 6th degree black belt in Arnis Filipino Stick Arts, has been sharing her poetic movement weavings locally, nationally, and internationally for almost 40 years.

Founder and director of Lotus Peace Arts at Valley Women’s Martial Arts, a non-profit community school since 1977, Janet is dedicated to helping create sites for revelation, creative understanding, and healing. She enjoys the ongoing process of learning through cultural exchange, and the “You-I-We” of this collaborative work. In 2013, Janet was inducted into the International Modern Arnis Black Belt Hall of Fame and received a Pioneer Award.

Recipient of the 2013 Leadership and Advocacy in the Arts Award from the Center for Women and Community, UMass/Amherst, the 2016 National Women’s Martial Arts Federation Founders Award, and prizes for her poetry, Janet practices peace-building through arts activism in an everyday way. She has been a Dodge Festival Poet and presenter/performer at numerous events and conferences. Her poetry is widely published in journals and anthologies, and her most recent book is Bird of a Thousand Eyes, from Levellers Press.


 

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What you missed during the Future of Health Coaching Summit: MONDAY – JUNE 6, 2016

Keynote: David Drake, PhD / LISTENING FOR TRANSFORMATION: HOW STORIES HEAL

Keynote: David Drake, PhD / LISTENING FOR TRANSFORMATION: HOW STORIES HEAL


David Drake, PhD is the founder and Director of the Center for Narrative Coaching & Design. He serves as a Thought Leader for the Institute of Coaching affiliated with Harvard Medical School. He has worked with over 70 organizations to design innovative change and development programs, including a number of health care institutions and organizations. Read More

 How Smart are Your SMART Goals, Really?

Panel with Q&A session

Panel Guests Include:

Patricia Hinton Walker, Phd

ICF Coach Trainer

Bio

Michael Arloski, Phd

Founder and CEO of Real Balance Global Wellness Services

Bio

Host: Dr. Joel Kreisberg

Executive Director for Teleosis Institute

Bio

TUESDAY – JUNE 7, 2016

Negotiating the Tension Between Story and Outcome

Panel with Q&A session

Panel Guests Include:

David Drake, PhD

Founder and Director of the Center for Narrative Coaching & Design

Bio

Margaret Moore, MBA

Founder and CEO of
Wellcoaches Corporation

Bio

Host: Reggie Marra

Creative Director for
Teleosis Institute

Bio

WEDNESDAY – JUNE 8, 2016

Directing the Client: Powerful Coaching, or Inappropriate Behavior? 

Panel with Q&A session

Panel Guests Include:

Karen Lawson

Director of Integrative Health Coaching, Center for Spirituality and Healing

Bio

Susan Luck

Co-Director, International Nurse Coach Association

Bio

Host: Reggie Marra

Creative Director, Teleosis Institute

Bio

THURSDAY – JUNE 9, 2016

How Much Wind Is in Your Sales?

Panel with Q&A session

Panel Guests Include:

Stephan Wiedner

Co-founder of Noomii.com

Bio

Miriam Zacharias

CEO, Competitive Fitness Group

Bio

Host: Steve Benson

Board of Director, Teleosis Institute

Bio

FRIDAY – JUNE 10, 2016

Narrative Healing and Health Coaching: Innovative Strategies for Lasting Change

Panel with Q&A session

Panel Guests Include:

Joel Kreisberg

Executive Director, Teleosis Institute

Bio

Reggie Marra

Creative Director, Teleosis Institute

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Closing Keynote: Joanna Burgess, BSN / No Bridge Too Far: What Patients Wish Their Caregivers Knew

Closing Keynote: Joanna Burgess, BSN / No Bridge Too Far: What Patients Wish Their Caregivers Knew


Joanna Burgess, BSN, RN, CWOCN was diagnosed with bladder cancer in 1965. Despite grueling medical treatments throughout her growing years, Joanna always knew that she wanted to be a nurse and give back to patients in a kind and gentle way. Joanna’s career has been diverse, ranging from pediatrics at Duke University Medical Center to enjoying a private practice in the holistic modalities of massage and healing touch therapy, to establishing a clinic for the treatment of lymphedema in Chapel Hill, NC, to her current position with geriatrics at WakeMed in Cary, NC as a wound and ostomy nurse. Read More

Host

 Joel Kreisberg, DC / Executive Director for Teleosis Institute

Joel Kreisberg, DC / Executive Director for Teleosis Institute


Dr. Kreisberg is the founder and Executive Director of Teleosis Institute. Joel and his team have developed Narrative Health Coaching,, a comprehensive framework that allows coaches to identify and nourish heal and wellness through narrative healing. Dr Kreisberg brings 28 years of experience as an integrative physician to his leadership in health coaching.

HOSTED BY: REGGIE MARRA

Reggie Marra / Creative Director/Teleosis Institute

Reggie Marra / Creative Director/Teleosis Institute


Reggie Marra is the Creative Director and a core faculty member at Teleosis Institute. An educator for 40 years, he is the author of three volumes of poetry and 4 of nonfiction. Reggie is an Integral Master Coach™ and on the faculty at Integral Coaching Canada as well as a Mentor coach with the International Coach Federation.