Healthy Self for Healthy Communication: Improving Our Effectiveness
Wednesday, February 1, 5:30-7:30 pm
31 West Carrillo Street
downtown Santa Barbara
The post-holiday period is a time for renewed focus. We are at peak performance as communicators when we feel physically, mentally and emotionally fit. We tend to lose focus when we feel overwhelmed, lack energy, lose sleep or have physical complaints. Our expert panel will discuss steps each of us can take to improve our effectiveness. With their guidance, learn how to improve productivity, reduce stress, achieve better work-life balance and enhance joie de vivre.
Dr. Ellie Corigliano has a private practice in Santa Barbara where she provides consultation to aid in the restoration of well-being by working with each individual’s body chemistry and personal situation. She earned her doctorate in biochemistry at UCSB, and she has a Certificate of Nutrition from the Program of Integrative Medicine through the University of Arizona.
Noemi “Mimi” Doohan, MD, PhD, is an Eisenhower Primary Care 365 Physician at the Eisenhower George and Julia Argryos Health Center in La Quinta. She provides in-patient care at Eisenhower Medical Center, and she maintains a practice in Montecito. She is the founder and former medical director of Doctors Without Walls. She earned her doctorate in molecular biology and biochemistry at UCSB and her medical degree at the Stanford University School of Medicine.
Dr. Kathy Gruver, author of The Alternative Medicine Cabinet, maintains a natural health and medical massage practice in Santa Barbara. She earned her doctorate as a traditional naturopath and PhD in natural Health. She has studied mind-body medicine at the famed Benson-Henry Institute for Mind-Body Medicine at Harvard Medical School and pursued further education at the National Institutes of Health. In addition to her practice, Kathy often contributes as a speaker, commentator, writer and expert witness.
Dr. Lynn K. Jones is a Certified Personal and Executive Coach and President of AWC-SB. She coaches leaders and trains and consults with organizations on leading, managing, communicating and implementing strategic and personal change. On the teaching faculty of the USC School of Social Work Virtual Academic Center, Lynn also trains professionals in organizational management, nonprofit management and leadership.
Karen O’Hara is Managing Editor for UL PureSafety, an international company specializing in workplace health and safety, and AWC-SB Program and Print Media Chair. She is the former senior vice president of RYAN Associates and the National Association of Occupational Health Professionals, based in Santa Barbara. A journalist, she has worked in the field of work-related health care, wellness and prevention for 23 years.
Tickets for the event may be purchased in advance until Monday, January 30 at 3 pm, $10 for students and members, $25 for guests. At the door, $20 for students and members, $35 for guests. Refreshments will be served. No host bar.
AWC-SB Members are invited to bring business cards, flyers and other promotional materials to put out on the new Members’ Table. This is the first in a number of new local membership benefits we will be unrolling in the near future.
PLEASE NOTE a Public Parking lot with 90 minutes free parking is located right behind the hotel, with entrances on Chapala and Canon Perdido streets. Hotel Parking is only validated if you order food from the restaurant, and valet service is $13.
We hope to see you there!