CME Physician Wellness Stress Reduction


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The 100-Hr Simplicity of Stress For Physician Wellness

We are thrilled to partner with George Washington University School of Medicine & Health Sciences as our CME Provider.

See Events Page For All Training Dates & Locations.  Next Simplicity of Stress Training February 2017>>

Schedule Us With Your Healthcare Organization

CE: Continuing Education Credits are available.  See below for CME & CEU.

In our culture, the term “work/life balance” has taken on a new phrase.  It’s now “work/life integration”.  However, we haven’t been given the skills for integration within this new paradigm.  Instead, we live in the feeling of our negative habitual thinking; stress.  Everything we do, feel, think and believe has a direct impact on our state of our short and long term health.

The Simplicity of Stress For Physician Wellness program embarks on the journey of moving from dis-stress to eustress. Eustress means “good stress”.  The difference is our perception of the present moment.  It’s optimizing our cognitive & emotional intelligence physiology into one that actually increases our performance, our general happiness and sense of well-being.

Let’s face it.  The activities and responsibilities of working in the healthcare system won’t change any time soon, but we can change how we interact with the system.  That means we have to change how we’re operating within it by incorporating effective self-care strategies that support integration within our environment including self-regulation, lifestyle behaviors and mind/body medicine.

The Simplicity of Stress For Physician Wellness aims reduce physician burnout by building a resilient body & mind through situational awareness-based practices of yoga, yoga breathing, mindfulness and meditation.

Science of Yoga

The Simplicity Of Stress For Physician Wellness provides the platform for healing the healers.   Our training provides the tools and skills to fully integrate self-care routines into your day with mind/body medicine protocols  to alleviate feelings of stress and burnout.

Goals & Objectives:

  1. Enhance the professional knowledge, skills and habits of each participant on the role of yoga, yoga breathing & mindfulness-based strategies as medicine within:
    1. stress reduction & burnout
    2. building resilience
    3. healthcare & disease management
    4. prevention & lifestyle
    5. healthful exercise and well-being
  2. Provide participants with the tools to incorporate these mind/body medicine strategies into their own personalized self-care routine, self regulation, patient care and patient education.
  3. Demonstrate how these mind/body medicine strategies can help reduce stress, heal chronic illness and alleviate the signs/symptoms of disease within their respective areas of expertise for improving patient care and health outcomes.

Course Outline:

Teaching strategies include lecturing, discussing, analyzing current research, completing hands-on exercises and practice teaching sessions.

  • History and philosophy of Yoga & Pranayama (the science of breath regulation).
  • Introduce the physiological, biochemical and psychological benefits of yoga, yoga breathing, mindfulness and meditation.
  • Introduce Basic, Intermediate and Advanced yoga breathing techniques to reduce stress and the symptoms of stress. Explain health benefits and contraindications.
  • Introduce the art & science of therapeutic yoga postures and routines related to stress reduction and symptoms of stress. Explain health benefits and contraindications.
  • Introduce awareness-based exercises to identify negative habitual patterns of thinking, emotional reactions and behavior.
  • Provide the skills to strengthen feelings of gratitude, compassion, empathy & humility.
  • How, When, Why To Apply Techniques As A Therapeutic Tool
    • For symptom & disease management
    • As a self-care tool for reducing stress & building resilience
    • Balancing Ultradian Rhythms with Yoga Nidra & Brain Breaks
    • Correct sleep, raising energy, improve levels of concentration/clarity/memory
    • Heart/Brain Connection
    • Neuroplasticity: Improving negative habitual patterns of thought and behavior
    • For nasal dominance in healthful exercise

Learning Outcomes:

  • Demonstrate the knowledge and skills to incorporate yoga breath & breathing sequences within clinical areas of expertise
  • Incorporate daily self care routines to reduce stress and relieve burnout while building physical & emotional resilience with self-regulation
  • Provide patient education and self care routines to improve health outcomes and patient wellbeing
  • Demonstrate lifestyle patterns of behavior based in long-term health & wellness
  • Recognize the importance of balancing our autonomic nervous system for optimal health, fitness and wellbeing
  • Prevent burnout

Take back your passion for life, health and medicine.  Join us for the next Simplicity of Stress Program.

Continuing Education:

 77 CME credits w. George Washington University School of Medicine & Health Sciences

George Washington University School of Medicine & Health Sciences

This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the accreditation requirements and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) through the joint providership of The George Washington University School of Medicine and Go Be Great. The George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

The George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences designates this live activity for a maximum of 77 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s) ™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

Explore The Simplicity of Stress For Physician Wellness

Next Simplicity of Stress Training February 2017

Schedule Us With Your Healthcare Organization

CME Physician Wellness Stress Reduction


SOS Physician Wellness Graphic

The 100-Hr Simplicity of Stress For Physician Wellness

We are thrilled to partner with George Washington University School of Medicine & Health Sciences as our CME Provider.

See Events Page For All Training Dates & Locations.  Next Simplicity of Stress Training February 2017>>

Schedule Us With Your Healthcare Organization

CE: Continuing Education Credits are available.  See below for CME & CEU.

In our culture, the term “work/life balance” has taken on a new phrase.  It’s now “work/life integration”.  However, we haven’t been given the skills for integration within this new paradigm.  Instead, we live in the feeling of our negative habitual thinking; stress.  Everything we do, feel, think and believe has a direct impact on our state of our short and long term health.

The Simplicity of Stress For Physician Wellness program embarks on the journey of moving from dis-stress to eustress. Eustress means “good stress”.  The difference is our perception of the present moment.  It’s optimizing our cognitive & emotional intelligence physiology into one that actually increases our performance, our general happiness and sense of well-being.

Let’s face it.  The activities and responsibilities of working in the healthcare system won’t change any time soon, but we can change how we interact with the system.  That means we have to change how we’re operating within it by incorporating effective self-care strategies that support integration within our environment including self-regulation, lifestyle behaviors and mind/body medicine.

The Simplicity of Stress For Physician Wellness aims reduce physician burnout by building a resilient body & mind through situational awareness-based practices of yoga, yoga breathing, mindfulness and meditation.

Science of Yoga

The Simplicity Of Stress For Physician Wellness provides the platform for healing the healers.   Our training provides the tools and skills to fully integrate self-care routines into your day with mind/body medicine protocols  to alleviate feelings of stress and burnout.

Goals & Objectives:

  1. Enhance the professional knowledge, skills and habits of each participant on the role of yoga, yoga breathing & mindfulness-based strategies as medicine within:
    1. stress reduction & burnout
    2. building resilience
    3. healthcare & disease management
    4. prevention & lifestyle
    5. healthful exercise and well-being
  2. Provide participants with the tools to incorporate these mind/body medicine strategies into their own personalized self-care routine, self regulation, patient care and patient education.
  3. Demonstrate how these mind/body medicine strategies can help reduce stress, heal chronic illness and alleviate the signs/symptoms of disease within their respective areas of expertise for improving patient care and health outcomes.

Course Outline:

Teaching strategies include lecturing, discussing, analyzing current research, completing hands-on exercises and practice teaching sessions.

  • History and philosophy of Yoga & Pranayama (the science of breath regulation).
  • Introduce the physiological, biochemical and psychological benefits of yoga, yoga breathing, mindfulness and meditation.
  • Introduce Basic, Intermediate and Advanced yoga breathing techniques to reduce stress and the symptoms of stress. Explain health benefits and contraindications.
  • Introduce the art & science of therapeutic yoga postures and routines related to stress reduction and symptoms of stress. Explain health benefits and contraindications.
  • Introduce awareness-based exercises to identify negative habitual patterns of thinking, emotional reactions and behavior.
  • Provide the skills to strengthen feelings of gratitude, compassion, empathy & humility.
  • How, When, Why To Apply Techniques As A Therapeutic Tool
    • For symptom & disease management
    • As a self-care tool for reducing stress & building resilience
    • Balancing Ultradian Rhythms with Yoga Nidra & Brain Breaks
    • Correct sleep, raising energy, improve levels of concentration/clarity/memory
    • Heart/Brain Connection
    • Neuroplasticity: Improving negative habitual patterns of thought and behavior
    • For nasal dominance in healthful exercise

Learning Outcomes:

  • Demonstrate the knowledge and skills to incorporate yoga breath & breathing sequences within clinical areas of expertise
  • Incorporate daily self care routines to reduce stress and relieve burnout while building physical & emotional resilience with self-regulation
  • Provide patient education and self care routines to improve health outcomes and patient wellbeing
  • Demonstrate lifestyle patterns of behavior based in long-term health & wellness
  • Recognize the importance of balancing our autonomic nervous system for optimal health, fitness and wellbeing
  • Prevent burnout

Take back your passion for life, health and medicine.  Join us for the next Simplicity of Stress Program.

Continuing Education:

 77 CME credits w. George Washington University School of Medicine & Health Sciences

George Washington University School of Medicine & Health Sciences

This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the accreditation requirements and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) through the joint providership of The George Washington University School of Medicine and Go Be Great. The George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

The George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences designates this live activity for a maximum of 77 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s) ™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

Explore The Simplicity of Stress For Physician Wellness

Next Simplicity of Stress Training February 2017

Schedule Us With Your Healthcare Organization