Staying Healthy: The Mind, Body, Spirit Connection

Date & Time
Wednesday, May 13
9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Registration begins at 8:15 a.m.

Executive Caterers at Landerhaven
6111 Landerhaven Dr.
Mayfield Heights, Ohio
$75 CAMLS libraries
$110 Non-library staff from member's organizations
$145 Non-members
Fee includes materials and lunch
Deadline: Wednesday, May 6
Limit: 70

This workshop will provide an overview of conventional and non-conventional views of healing and show you how to integrate the two for maximum holistic health and wellness. You will become familiar with change concepts and psychological factors that are known to facilitate healing. You will learn a model that will help you understand and track symptoms, patterns, and the symbolic meanings of excessive stress. Take away from the workshop specific techniques that will help you apply "healing" in your day-to-day life.

Dr. David Santoro is a psychologist and licensed professional clinical counselor. He is a much sought-after speaker on the topic of health and wellness. He teaches full time at Cleveland State University and has a part-time practice in Beachwood. Dr. Santoro recently completed his first week of training with Dr. Deepak Chopra, a physician who is internationally known for his work in mind-body-spirit healing.
Intended Audience
Anyone who does not have a Master of Library Science degree. This workshop will be especially valuable for managers, supervisors, team leaders, or anyone interested in implementing wellness concepts into their work setting.
  • Understand conventional and alternative views of healing principles

  • Learn important change and wellness concepts

  • Learn key psychological healing factors

  • Become familiar with a model to integrate traditional and non-traditional healing principles

  • Learn specific techniques for getting well and staying healthy
    Course Content
    • Traditional and emerging paradigms of mental health and wellness

    • Wellness power principles

    • Interacting with your environment

    • Sources and impact of excessive stressors

    • Applying Spirit-Mind-Body Concepts: Getting Well and Staying Well

    • Goal Planning