Panel Session 2 | Physician Burnout: CODE: Dread. Hitting the Manic Button Access the Ancient Practice of Meditation as a Daily Tool for Relief from Stress, Fear and Ego

Date

Day 3: Tuesday, November 13, 2018

Time

12:10 pm – 1:10 pm

Location

Room: 120

Chair

Jason H. Daley Kennedy

Faculty

Gaby N. Moawad

Description

Jason Daley Kennedy leads meditation sessions for a variety of professionals on a group and individual level in Los Angeles, CA. He has taught workshops throughout the country and abroad, and coaches individuals to success in life and work utilizing the evidence-based fields of meditation, mindfulness and neuro-linguistic programming.

The Hitting the Manic Button session highlights Daley Kennedy’s authentically approachable manner of getting people to start meditating, enhance their lives using mindfulness, and laughing at the sometimes-absurd perceptions of what meditation “should” be. Attendees will be given an opportunity to practice a variety of tools to get centered even when their world, or their colleagues, spin out of control, Jason’s meditations are both steeped in and aimed at demystifying the ancient practice, helping those who believe they can’t meditate to encouraging others that can by bringing mindful tools to their fulfilling but often hectic lives.

Learning Objectives

At the conclusion of this course, the clinician will be able to: 1) Discuss no-pressure daily practice of meditation; 2) review the medical benefits of practicing meditation and mindfulness; 3) Apply the practice of daily meditation to their home and work life, with tools on how to approach their colleagues about starting weekly guided sessions or booking retreats to address specific issues; and 4) Explain how my mindful hacks, known as Manic Button Moments, will help you access a state of calm, lower your heart-rate and subsequently blood pressure, and respond to stressful situations vs react to them

Course Outline

Please refer to program below.

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