February 19-21, 2016 By Stephen Sideroff, Ph.D.
Stress and its symptoms are maintained unconsciously as a distraction from emotional issues and harmful thinking. By addressing these issues, your body can let go, thereby improving physical health and enhancing performance and the ability to feel joy.
“The Path” is a model of resilience based on my 40 years of research and clinical work in helping people overcome personal blocks and achieve high levels of success, while optimizing health.
Based on how the brain and personality develop, The Path shows you the signposts and distills the journey down to one question at any moment, “Am I on The Path, or off The Path”?
This workshop will help you recognize and release emotional and physical holding patterns and learn more appropriate responses to stress. Your body will be more resilient and heal and perform better. Discussion along with experiential work will facilitate self-awareness, emotional release and body self-regulation.
This workshop addresses:
- The connection between emotions, stress and physical symptoms including pain
- Identifying and resolving emotional holding patterns and unfinished business
- Introduction to relaxation and biofeedback
- Coping with stress and correcting the chronic Imbalance of your nervous system
- Redesigning your body’s “Fight or Flight” response to enhance resilience
- Dealing with anger and depression
- Destructive patterns such as perfectionism, obsessiveness, and addictions
- New and more effective ways of thinking and controlling thoughts
- Creating your personal program: The Path – for healing, optimal functioning and Neurogenesis, the birthing of new brain cells.
Dr. Sideroff is a clinical psychologist, and an internationally recognized expert in resilience and optimal functioning. He is Assistant Professor in the Psychiatry Department at UCLA. He was founder and Clinical director of Stress Strategies at UCLA/Santa Monica Hospital, Clinical director of Moonview Treatment Center and author of numerous articles, chapters and audio programs in Behavioral Medicine. His book on resilience will be available in March. His website is www.DrStephenSideroff.com
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