Health and Wellness

MasterClass: Mindfulness - Understanding and Defining Mindfulness - Part I

Thank you for joining us for our two-part MasterClass series on mindfulness featuring the work of Ellen Langer, Ph.D. and Dan Siegel, M.D. In Part I of this MasterClass, will begin by asking, “What is mindfulness?” Surprisingly, one of the best ways to begin to understand mindfulness is by getting to know its opposite: mindlessness....

Matters of Mind: Mindfulness/Mindlessness in Perspective

The dual concepts of mindfulness and mindlessness are described. Mindfulness is a state of conscious awareness in which the individual is implicitly aware of the context and content of information. It is a state of openness to novelty in which the individual actively constructs categories and distinctions....

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2012 Conference Video: Mindsight in Health and Creative Leadership

Dan Siegel, PhD presents "Mindsight in Health and Creative Leadership" at the 2012 Coaching in Leadership and Healthcare Conference.

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2012 Conference Video: Meditation and Mindfulness in Health, Work and Life

Lilian Cheung, PhD, presents "Meditation & Mindfulness in Health, Work & Life" at the 2012 Coaching in Leadership and Healthcare Conference.

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2013 Conference Video: Reclaim the Brain, Coach for Healthy Rewards

This session presents new concepts of "coaching neurobiology" and epigenetics, integrated with coaching demonstrations and exercises.  Learn how to promote healing of organic changes in the reward center and prefrontal cortex, while helping clients shift from addictive cravings for unhealthy lifestyle fixes to lifelong health promotion.

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2013 Conference Video: Hooked, Hacked, and Hijacked: Coaching the Addicted Brain

Dr. Pamela Peeke's keynote presentation "Hooked, Hacked, and Hijacked: Coaching the Addicted Brain" from the 2013 Coaching in Leadership and Healthcare Conference

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2013 Conference Video: Opening Remarks from Scott Rauch, MD

Opening remarks by Scott Rauch, MD at the 2013 Coaching in Healthcare and Leadership Conference.

The Effects of Health and Wellness Coaching on Health Status When Added to an Employee Wellness Program

Lifestyle-related disorders are the number one cause of mortality and morbidity in modern society. Most people recognize that making healthy choices is a priority because culturally available means (e.g., television, websites, magazines, newspapers) as well as scientific publications, deliver the message daily....

Coaching to Decrease Childhood Obesity

Family Mealtime Coaching is a live parent coaching intervention grounded in empirically-based positive psychology techniques....

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2014 Harnisch Scholar Poster Award Honorable Mention: The Effects of Health and Wellness Coaching on Health Status When Added to an Employee Wellness Program

The Effects of Health and Wellness Coaching on Health Status When Added to an Employee Wellness Program 

2014 Poster Award Coaching in Leadership and Healthcare Conference sponsored by Harvard Medical School, Institute of Coaching, McLean Hospital

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