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Interested in How to Best Use Imagery for Cancer? Workshops in Chicago & Northern Virginia

06 Sep

I was delighted and surprised to see a massive Chicago-land tweet from my old friend, Corinne Edwards, about my upcoming workshop in her town (Oct 10-11) on Gifts of the Imagination: Surviving and Thriving beyond Cancer.  It’s for patients, survivors in remission, friends & family and health professionals.  

I’ll cover how to use guided imagery to assist with healing and boosting immune function; for promoting emotional resilience and stress resistance; for coping with treatment and the frequent side effects of fatigue, pain, nausea, anxiety & depression; for support for the rigors of care-giving; and for dealing with the big questions of life and death. The workshop offers numerous practice pointers and tips; and many, many samples of practical, useful and powerful guided imagery. I’ll also have a lot of exciting, new research to cite, about which I’m very happy.

I’ll be offering it in the Washington D.C. area as well (Nov 7-8).

As usual, The ConferenceWorks offers a serious discount to anyone enrolled in our professional program. You can learn more by clicking here or emailing here or calling them at 800.395.8445.

(Corinne used to have a terrific mind-body-spirit TV interview show, which was how I originally met her; now she’s an amazing blogger who seems to have mastered the ins and outs of social media – no surprise there.)

I’ll also be looking forward to seeing many of you again at the awesome 21st annual NICABM conference in Hilton Head – this year it’s from December 7-13, give or take.

OK, so I hope to see you on the road.  
Take care & be well.

Belleruth Naparstek

Psychotherapist, author and guided imagery pioneer Belleruth Naparstek is the creator of the popular Health Journeys guided imagery audio series. Her latest book on imagery and posttraumatic stress, Invisible Heroes: Survivors of Trauma and How They Heal (Bantam Dell), won the Spirituality & Health Top 50 Books Award