In a field that is filled with unremitting stress, where can you go to restore your sense of self and purpose? Only a guide who is familiar with the territory can lead you to a place of understanding and safety. Join Susan Pomeranz, who, after over 20 years of a flourishing private practice in Los Angeles, began experiencing the devastating and far reaching effects of burnout. Attend this seminar and learn from someone who has experienced first-hand the effects of such stress which led to burnout and almost ended a passionate calling.
This lively and engaging seminar defines and explores the nature of stress and its origins, aspects and manifestations. You are led to examine how stress has affected your performance and immediately spot and correct your potential for burnout by realistically assessing what it means to be a modern-day healer.
Throughout this entertaining and fast-paced seminar, you will have an opportunity to experience the powerful merging of ancient healing traditions with the new findings in body-mind research and the emerging field of Psychoneuroimmunology (PNI). You will be given a chance to stop and assess where you are, where you are headed and the opportunity to re-choose where you want to optimally be. This is an opportunity to make an intentional, non-negotiable commitment to yourself, your family, and your clients. Leave this seminar with a fully renewed sense of passion and purpose. Redefine and revitalize your role as a practitioner for a rich, joyful and long-lasting career!
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Susan Pomeranz, MFT, B.B.S.E. Certified Hypnotherapist, Certified Tai Chi Leader, Psychotherapist, has had over 20 years in private practice in Los Angeles. After a flourishing practice, Susan began experiencing the devastating and far-reaching effects of burnout, and not having a framework for prevention nor treatment to draw from, spent five years researching and compiling evidence-based practices that reduce stress and beneficially change the neurochemistry of the brain.
In addition to her private practice, she designed and ran the eating disorders out-patient programs at The Rader Institute in L.A. She also privately ran alternative treatment programs for the healing of addictions and addictive behavior.
She has studied with world-renown teachers of Tai Chi and Qigong, Dr. Roger Jahnke, the director and founder of the Institute of Integral Qigong and Tai Chi, in Santa Barbara, California, and Dr. Keith Jeffery, who has developed a modern approach to this classical art by synthesizing the Yang and Chen Style Tai Chi with basic Qigong exercises. Susan was also a private student of Sufi Master, Leo Mahsoud, for seven years in San Francisco, where she studied yoga, meditative dance, Sufi philosophy and nutrition.
Susan has extensively lectured and presented seminars throughout the United States including such institutions as the UCLA School of Psychology, University of Judaism and Antioch University. With her dynamic flair for speaking and an irreverent off-beat sense of humor, Susan provides not only great insight into those subjects that she teaches but seminars that are compelling and highly entertaining.
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Identify your potential for burnout
Evaluating the role of the healing practitioner
The mind/body connection and its relationship to burnout
8 Life-saving tools to prevent burnout
Evidence-based ancient practices and tools
Reprogram the mind
The science of vibration
Bonus life-saving tools
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