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Teleseminar: Using Guided Imagery for Reducing Risk of Stroke

  • March 21, 2019
  • 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM (PDT)
  • online

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  • For members or non-members who want CE. Be sure to email your license# and complete an evaluation which will be sent with your confirmation.
  • No charge for active II members, no CE
  • We ask a donation from non-members which can be applied toward your membership if you decide to join.

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Reducing the Risk of Stroke
by Using Guided Imagery

Listen to the Recording Here

Join us with Maureen Minnehan Jones RN, Guided Imagery Practitioner, on her experience of using Guided Imagery to prevent strokes. She will introduce her Modus Operandi Technique that incorporates guided imagery and take the audience though the steps of releasing the core emotional origin of strokes via a real time demonstration. Maureen will also present 3 case histories. Susan, a Holistic Coach and RN became a client of Maureen’s after she had a stroke. She will be on the call to share her story and how she benefited from working with Maureen on preventing another stroke. 

Thursday, March 21, 2019
4pm to 5 pm PST

Dial in Instructions will be sent with your confirmation

This is a FREE teleseminar to members (excluding CE's)
Non-members: Suggested donation is $10 (excluding CE’s)
CE’s: $10 with 1 CE credit for RNs*

*If you are an RN, please provide your license number when you register. You must complete an evaluation to receive certificate.

Objectives:

1. Discover the emotional origin or the psychological meaning of stroke and learn how to reduce the risks of having a stroke.

2.Learn the steps to release the emotional origin of stroke out of the body with guided imagery.

Link to her article on stroke:

https://bestselfmedia.com/emotional-causes-of-stroke/

Maureen Minnehan Jones, RN is an Author, Speaker and Guided Imagery Practitioner. She was just honored as Imagery International’s Imagery Person of the Year. Her book Wisdom to Wellness is an International Book Award winner and an important work on applying imagery in your practice. You can find her book at on her website at: http://www.maureenminnehanjones.com/


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