"Nurturing Healthcare Professionals" - Global Telesummit Day 4, Session 2

Topic: The importance of the Health of the Helper, and how lessening stress and accessing resilience are key to everyone's health and well being.

When: March 1, 2017 at 11:00 am PDT / 2:00 pm EST / 7:00 pm UK (Other time zones)

Karen Miller Williams.jpgKaren Miller Williams

(Vancouver, BC, Canada)

Karen was a stressed out intensive care nurse when she was introduced to The Three Principles. This understanding changed her life and career for which she is eternally grateful. Karen was fortunate to know Sydney Banks as a teacher, a mentor and a friend. She further trained in The Principles completing the first internship at the Advanced Human Studies Institute with Dr. Roger Mills. Karen then co-founded the Hawaii Counselling & Education Centre and trained with Christine Heath, Gordon Trockman and George Pransky. She continues to learn with bi-annual attendance at the Three Principles School with Elsie Spittle and Chip Chipman as well as attending numerous conferences and events around the world.

Karen is a networker connecting people up via social media and in person as well as an activist informing, promoting, and dispensing Three Principles information via social media. Karen's career in nursing has encompassed all ages, mental health, education, prisons, healthcare, communities & management. She has been called a cheerleader for her enthusiasm in sharing The Principles and the hope for all mankind.

Dr. Rani BoraDr. Rani Bora

(Exeter, Devon, UK)

Dr. Bora is a Holistic Psychiatrist and Wellness Coach. She has recently given up her full time NHS job as a Consultant Psychiatrist in rehabilitation and recovery to pursue her passion in sharing about The Principles of Innate Health to a wider audience.

She had served as a Clinical Lead for Schwartz Center Rounds for NHS staff to promote compassionate care and as an Associate Clinical Director in her previous role. She has conducted several training and coaching workshops for both staff and patients on the concept of coaching and recovery, stress and anxiety management and psycho-education to name a few.

She has published articles and booklets around well-being, coaching for Mental Health Recovery and empowering people. Her approaches to treating mental illness and suffering are holistic and person centred, given her training as a wellness and life coach as well as her dedication to her work as a recovery-oriented Psychiatrist.

WHEN
March 01, 2017 at 2pm - 3:15pm
WHERE
Online videoconference via ZOOM

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