Imagery International conference September 20-22, 2019
WORKSHOP LEARNING OBJECTIVES
Upon completion of this workshop the participant will to able to:
Imagery and Pain with Priscilla Abercrombie, RN, NP, PhD
- 1. Evaluate the current research regarding the use of imagery as a healing modality for pain.
- 2. Describe mental imagery and the meaning patients ascribe to their pain.
- 3. Discuss the clinical risks, benefits, rewards and challenges of using imagery for the treatment of pain and accompanying symptoms.
Science of the Senses and Imagination with Sondra Barrett, PhD
- 1. Explain the brain’s processing of information whether it is real or imagined.
- 2. Explore how the five physical senses augment the imagery experience.
- 3. Examine the role of imagery/imagination in neuroplasticity.
Your #1 Anti-Aging Ingredient Doesn’t Come in a Jar: Using Imagery to Youthen with Eve Delunas, PhD, LMFT
- 1. Illustrate why and how imagery is so effective for dissolving subconscious limiting beliefs.
- 2. Develop ways to use imagery to positively impact how we age.
- 3. Experience an imagery exercise for actively restoring and regenerating biological processes in the physical body.
Exploring Imagery as a Way of Knowing with Mary Diggin, PhD
- 1. Describe how imagery operates as a way of knowing.
- 2. Examine their own way of knowing in order to increase their capacity to work more effectively and holistically with clients.
- 3. Develop more imagery skills through working with Deep Imagery techniques.
Embodied Wisdom-Mindfulness in Motion and Letting the Body Lead with Jayne Peterson, RN, BSN, NC-BC
- 1. Experience mindfulness and imagery through the practice of 5 Rhythms ÒMindfulness Movement.
- 2. Describe evidence-based benefits of Mindful Movement practices.
- 3. Identify at least one way to add Mindful Movement into daily life, personally and professionally.
Science and Imagery: Tapping into Your Creative Power with Darlene Frank, BA
- 1. Describe at least 3 ways to use neuroscience findings to enhance creativity.
- 2. Practice a creative writing process that stretches your imagination.
- 3. Create original imagery that can train the brain to enhance creativity.