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Answer the Call to Service: Master the Self
November 14, 2018 @ 6:00 pm EST - 7:00 pm EST
As a busy practitioner dedicated to patient wellness, you are answering the call to serve your community and ensure high quality care. With this focus and dedication to your patients, it is often easy to overlook your own health and wellness. Join us for an inspiring session to explore how to master the self while you are answering the call to serve others.
Learn actionable tools to masterfully lead the self, regulate the self and reduce stress. Build your own emotional intelligence skills and recognize patterns in our own lives that need interruption. Explore models on how to achieve “balance.”
Content areas include: positive psychology, The Blue Zones, prioritization techniques, building bedrock behaviors, boundary setting, intentional change, goal setting and goal attainment science.
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Dr. Eileen O’Grady is a certified Nurse Practitioner and Wellness Coach who uses an evidence-based approach with people to reverse or entirely prevent disease. She believes deeply that more attention must be paid to getting us unstuck from lifestyles that do not support wellness.
She is an expert on intentional change in adults – with an emphasis on the importance of extreme self-care and how to identify and remedy a life that is out of balance. She is the Founder of The School of Wellness, which offers programs on revolutionizing self-care.
She is currently an adjunct faculty in the Graduate Schools of Nursing at Pace University, Georgetown University, Duke University, and The George Washington University, where she was given ‘Outstanding Teacher’ Award.
Dr. O’Grady has practiced as a primary care provider for 15 years and has clinical expertise in sports medicine. She has authored numerous articles and chapters on primary care, orthopedics, and health policy. Recently, she edited and authored two textbooks, Advanced Practice Nursing: An Integrative Approach 6th ed (2018) and Policy and Politics in Nursing and Health Care. She has taught nurses and physicians around the United States as well as around the world with the U.S. Peace Corps.
Dr. O’Grady holds three graduate degrees, a Master of Public Health from George Washington University, a Master of Science in Nursing and a Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing/Health Policy from George Mason University. She is an International Coaching Federation-Certified Life coach and holds a PCC. She has dual citizenship in Ireland and the United States.
Past 2018 Sessions:
FREE CE: Psychopharmacology in Primary Care
* Explain keys of successful psychopharmacology
* Identify the essential psychopharmacology of antidepressants, mood stabilizers, anxiolytics, antipsychotics, stimulants and more.
* Discuss evidence-based psychopharmacology treatments for depression, anxiety, PTSD, panic, bipolar disorder, substance abuse, insomnia, and psychosis.
* Recognize the key symptoms and treatments of ADHD