Today we have some more talks who are going to take a deep dive into the root causes of stress, while others give some very practical advise how to cope with stressful environments in very practical ways. Have a look at the topics below and get right in to the talks.
Paul Dysinger is a professional gardener who is passionate about seeing more people grow their own beautiful organic veggies in their back yards and turn our industrial food system upside down. He is the founder of the well renowned Born to Grow garden training library and Seedtime, the gardening/farming app that lets you visually plan your garden in just minutes and with just a few clicks, all based on your local growing area.
Talk: Gardening for Stress Control
Clidia Rhys, MD
Born in Argentinian Patagonia, where she still resides, Dr. Clidia Rhys graduated from medicine school at River Plate Adventist University. Later, she went on to study Neuroscience with a specialty in psychiatry at Maimonides University. She has worked in private practice since 2008 as a psychiatrist, psychologist, and counselor. For the past four years, she has traveled internationally, presenting seminars on the mind-body relationship, thus, integrating faith and health.
Talk: Outward Events and Inner State – How do they interact in the genesis of anxiety
Dr. Horst Müller
Dr Horst Muller is an ENT Specialist and International Speaker. He is the founder of ENT Weinheim which specializes in helping patients relieve various chronic ailments. Treating his patients, he soon discovered that many symptoms were not caused by any physical cause, which led him on a journey to discover the root cause of those ailments. He developed as a result his Law of Life series, that he is presenting in lectures all around the world.
Talk: The Origin of Thoughts Producing Stress, Anxiety, and Loss of Control
Vicki Griffin, MS, Human Nutrition; MPA is the author and producer of the Balanced Living, Quit Nicotine, Lifestyle Matters Health Intervention Series and the Fit & Free! Building Brain and Body Health Series. Vicki is the Director of Health Ministries for the Michigan Conference of Seventh-day Adventists and the Editor of Balance magazine and Balanced Living tract series. Vicki lectures and travels worldwide sharing the lifestyle link to better mental, physical, and spiritual health. Her special area of interest and research is the relationship between diet, lifestyle, stress mechanisms, and brain health.
Talk: Stress and the Entertainment Trap
Erica Buchholz, Ph.D.
Erica Buchholz is a certified life coach specializing on finding the root cause of Job Burnout. Erica worked on over 20 jobs for years that were a bad fit for her, until she decided to create Job Burnout Life Coaching, in order to help others who are stuck in a boring, painful, or bad-fit career path. She also did a 10-month intensive coach training through the Martha Beck Institute. Received a Ph.D. in Applied Developmental Psychology. Erica enjoys playing with her child, hiking, camping and watching water any chance she gets.
Talk: Managing Stress at the Workplace
Live Meeting on Zoom – May 24, 7PM EST
Martin Neumann took in 1998 the Lifestyle Educator Course at Wildwood Lifestyle Center & Hospital. He worked then 3 years as a staff of the instituion and helped to develop materials for the Health Expo and the Abundant Live presentation series. Since then he has lectured in different parts of the world about a healthy lifestyle and natural remedies. He is the founder of the Abundant Health website and instructor the Stress Management Tools.