SUSAN EISNER, MPH, CASAC - SPEAKER/TRAINER, COACH & HAVENING PRACTITIONER
"I am glad I attended this lecture - very informative! Susan should be on PBS or Oprah." R. Saraiya, MD, Surgeon,
Bronx-Lebanon Hospital Center
TESTIMONIAL by John Cosgrove, MD, Chairman Surgery, Bronx-Lebanon Hospital Center:
"You know, Ms. Eisner, several months ago I was very skeptical about your seminars and would have never hired you because I'm an old-timer. Now that I've experienced them, I think they're great. Your talks really HELP us, they're not just clinical. You get everyone talking about these serious issues and practicing techniques."
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WHY SCHEDULE SUSAN'S SEMINARS FOR DOCTORS?
Doing so makes facilities compliant with many educational requirements of The Joint Commission and ACGME. Susan's seminars address many milestone topics residents need to become skilled at including: teamwork; communication and developing empathy; transition of care and reducing errors; professionalism; increasing self-awareness, humility and asking for help; managing emotions; and fatigue, physical and mental health issues, impairment, and self-regulation of addressing these issues in others.
Attending physicians also gain a lot from these seminars that reinforce these issues.
- SEMINARS ARE FOR RESIDENTS, ATTENDINGS , STUDENTS & OTHER PERSONNEL.
- THEY CAN BE DONE ANNUALLY AS SINGLE EVENTS, OR DONE WITH SEVERAL TOPICS
IN AN ONGOING SERIES.
MUCH OF THE INFORMATION TAUGHT CAN ALSO BE USED WITH PATIENTS.
Susan's sessions are very interactive. Her style engenders thought-provoking, honest discussion of "taboo" topics that enable real change. Powerful, cutting-edge experiential exercises reinforce learning. The doctors consider it time well spent!
Susan creates and conducts incomparable, innovative wellness seminars designed to optimize the psychological and physical health of physicians, other health personnel and employees of non-medical businesses. Health professionals excel at caring for others, but not always for themselves. And health systems may not create an atmosphere in which changes can be made personally or within their system.
Besides providing important information, our seminars delve into why practitioners don't make the personal changes they know they should make and that they even suggest to patients, and into the barriers to change within the system. The seminars also promote a culture change where practitioners really see the critical need for their own self-care that ultimately makes them great practitioners. And they increase practitioner self-awareness and shift their beliefs to make their own emotional and physical wellness primary.
SEMINARS CAN BE CONDUCTED VIRTUALLY ONLINE OR IN-PERSON
AT ON-SITE AND OFF-SITE LOCATIONS FOR:
- New Resident Orientation
- Grand Rounds
- Medical Staff Meetings
- Residents' and Attendings' Conferences
- 1/2 or Full Day Seminars
- Leadership Meetings
- Education Committees Meetings
- Human Resources Employee Training and Development Seminars
- Departments of Nursing, Social Work, Case Management, Mental Health and
Medical School Student Classes
Physician Assistant Training Program Student Classes
Medical and Specialty Society Board and Membership Meetings
Physician Private Group Practices
Other Medical Organizations
SEMINAR TOPICS INCLUDE:
► NEW: HAVENING TECHNIQUES – An Innovative, Compelling Neuro-Science
Based Method to Optimize Mental Health
► Sanely Surviving the First Year of Residency
► SELF-COMPASSION: A Crucial Yet Elusive Element of Successful Behavior Change
► Mindfulness, Meditation and Guided Imagery Relaxation Techniques
► Put Your OWN Oxygen Mask on First! Self-Care for Health Professionals
► Non-Violent Communication: Making Conscious, Compassionate Connections
► Tired of Being Tired? Managing Fatigue and Sleep Deprivation
► Taming the Beast – Effectively Handling Anger in Daily Life
► Impaired Physicians and Health Professionals: Addictions and Psychiatric Disorders
► Disrupting Disruptive Behavior
► Mindfulness for Recovery from Addictions and Self-Destructive Behaviors
► Debunking the Myths of Alcoholics Anonymous & Other 12-Step Programs for
► Medical Errors, Perfectionism and Poor Team Communication: What’s the Connection?
► Get Unstuck: Overcome Personal Hurdles to Optimize Work Performance and Personal Growth
► Civility, Respect, Sensitivity and Empathy Training
► They’re Not Just Cranky: Compassionate Approaches to Address Behavioral Health
Issues in the Elderly
► Enhancing the Aging Process Using Mindfulness and Empathy Skills Training in Elder
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CONTACT SUSAN AT (516) 459-9036 FOR MORE INFORMATION.