We are delighted to invite your participation in the Wellness Across the Lifespan: Psychological Science Update for Clinicians and Coaches course. This highly engaging course will keep you learning, discussing, and moving. The course emphasizes adult learning principles so you will have time to consider very practical and personally relevant applications of the course content. Wellness is a priority for quality of life across the lifespan. Behind the clinical and coaching strategies commonly used to enhance health behavior change and overall wellness, is a foundation of psychological science spanning several decades. Learn about the newest science and applications
of wellness interventions for children, families, and adult brains and bodies over time.
This 2016 course will include experts in psychological science, wellness interventions, and clinical applications of wellness science and practice. In addition to engaging lectures, this course will include time for formal and informal physical activity and mindfulness to maintain participant energy and motivation. Break-out seminars will provide demonstration, rehearsal and feedback (optional) in application of course topics. Thought provoking lectures include expert opinion on controversies in wellness coaching and common barriers to wellness vs. disease models of care.
Collaborative learning experiences and networking opportunities will encourage peer-to-peer discussion of wellness approaches across the lifespan. Early registration is encouraged, as space is limited. Kristin Vickers Douglas, Ph.D., ABPP, LP, expert in clinical health psychology, patient education, health behavior change, and wellness coaching is the course director.