Burning Up or Burning Out?: Inspiration, Health, and Living a Bright Life

Burning Up or Burning Out?: Inspiration, Health, and Living a Bright Life

Joan Borysenko, PhD

Bernie Siegel, MD

The Shift Network presents in partnership with the Institute of Noetic Sciences

The Next Evolution of Healthcare: Optimal wellness for you and our world

Hear two of the most well known integrative healers share there techniques for keeping caregivers fresh and vital in their work. They eloquently present with humor and heart, while citing some overwhelming facts on how the patient/doctor relationship is the medicine.

About jim

Jim Morningstar, Ph.D. I am a clinical psychologist whose avocation has always been to integrate healing with wellness and growth, both as a body/mind therapist and as a manager, director and owner of health and wellness organizations. Trained in community psychology in Washington, DC, I returned to my native Milwaukee to become an outpatient clinic director for Milwaukee County in the 1970s. I avidly explored alternative and complimentary approaches to therapy. In 1983 I founded what is now the School of Integrative Psychology and a state-licensed community mental health clinic, both of which I still direct. Our School has graduated a number of the holistic practitioners in this area. My passion over the past several years has been to work with other like-minded colleagues to create a new model for wellbeing in our community. This has led to the founding of InWellness.
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