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Raffle tickets are $5 each or 5 for $20.  Please bring cash

    • 19-Sep-2018
    • 18:00 - 20:00
    • Tucson Osteopathic Medical Foundation, 3182 N. Swan Rd.
    Register


    A Dinner Event with
    Brent Baum

    Holographic Memory Resolution (HMR)

    Wednesday, September 19, 2018
    6pm – 8pm  Dinner Event

    Three things you will learn at this event:

    • What Holographic Memory Resolution is
    • How HMR can be used as a safe and effective memory resolution and relapse prevention technique 
    • How this innovative approach integrates somatic, energy, and color psychologies

    Raffle Items

    TBA

    Description

    Brent Baum’s development of Holographic Memory Resolution® (HMR) began as a strategy to help addicts in outpatient treatment resolve the pain and memory triggers that led to relapse. The success of his work drew the attention of Cottonwood Treatment Centers and led to an invitation to become the Clinical Director of their national trauma treatment facility in Los Lunas, New Mexico in 1993. The merger of the New Mexico facility with Cottonwood de Tucson in 1994 positioned Brent as Co-Clinical Director and head of the trauma program in Arizona. Working with survivors, family members, and rescue personnel of the Oklahoma City bombing in 1995, Brent’s work bridged into intervention with airline crisis team members addressing the aftermath of TWA Flight 800. He also worked with survivors and rescue personnel from the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks in New York and Washington, D.C. While at Cottonwood, Brent’s work drew the attention of the Integrative Medicine Program of Dr. Andrew Weil, whose medical residents were able to observe the application of HMR with patients at Cottonwood. Brent later continued this work with Dr. Weil’s Integrative Wellness Program at Miraval, in Northwest Tucson.

    Brent was asked to begin training therapists in his approach to trauma resolution while still at Cottonwood and began traveling internationally to introduce various communities to his innovative approach to trauma resolution...His timely introduction of HMR to various therapeutic communities has been described as a breakthrough in the psychopathology model: enabling the body-centered mapping and resolution of complex, memory-based pathology. Dr. Mariko Tanaka of San Francisco State University once stated: “I believe that you have found the missing body-component that Milton Erickson and David Cheek often discussed.” HMR has been heralded by leading psychologists and relapse prevention specialists as “one of the safest and most effective memory resolution and relapse prevention techniques” currently available. His innovative approach to trauma resolution is viewed as a unique integration of somatic, energy, and color psychologies. An interdisciplinary specialist in the fields of trauma, spirituality, and addictions, he travels throughout the world providing workshops, training, and lectures on new and innovative strategies for resolving trauma.

    About Brent M. Baum STB, SSL, CADC, LISAC, CCH

    Completing post-graduate training at the Gregorian University in Rome, Brent served as a Catholic priest, a faculty member of Notre Dame seminary, an archeologist in the Near East, Clinical Director for Cottonwood Treatment Centers, Inc., and is currently a certified addictions counselor and a clinical hypnotherapist. Brent maintains a private practice in Tucson, Arizona and is one of a select group of alternative therapists providing services at “Miraval: Life in Balance” in Northwest Tucson (www.miravalresorts.com). He is the co-founder of “Michael’s Gift” (www.michaelsgift.org), a non-profit charity devoted to education, training, and dissemination of trauma resolution strategies to the diverse populations affected by the many faces of violence and abuse in our world. He is the author of three books: Surviving Trauma School Earth (2013), Living as Light: The Awakening of Mystical Consciousness (2006), and The Healing Dimensions: Resolving Trauma in Body, Mind & Spirit (1997). The hallmark of his work is the empowerment of the “healer we hold within.”


    WHERE
    Tucson Osteopathic Medical Foundation
    3182 N, Swan Road, 85712

    WHEN
    Wednesday, September 19, 2018
    6pm - 8pm
    Doors Open at 5:45 p.m.

    FOOD
    Dinner will be catered including
    gluten-free and vegetarian selections.

    COST
    ONLINE EARLY BIRD
    By Monday, September 17
    Members: $19 / Non-members: $27

    DAY OF
    Members: $25 / Non-members: $35

    Please pre-register online
    so we have a proper head count.

    Event Policies

    • Full event price is due if you wish to attend any portion of an event or if you choose not to eat dinner.  In fairness to all, no exceptions. 
    • If you've pre-registered but are not able to attend and if you email us no later than the Monday before the Wednesday event, your event fee may be applied to a future event. We are required to provide a headcount to our caterer in advance, so a credit of your pre-registration fee to a future event will only be granted during the open pre-registration period.
    • When registration closes online, payment can only be made by credit card at the event registration table.
    • No refunds are offered post-event for any reason.

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    • 17-Oct-2018
    • 18:00 - 20:00
    • Tucson Osteopathic Medical Foundation, 3182 N. Swan Rd.
    Register


    A Dinner Event with
    Dr. Celestino Fernández, PhD

    "Happiness in Life and Work"

    Wednesday, October 17, 2018
    6pm – 8pm  Dinner Event

    Three things you will learn at this event:

    • TBA

    Raffle Items

    TBA

    Description

    Finding happiness everyday in life and work.


    About Dr. Celestino Fernández

    Dr. Celestino Fernández served as Professor of Sociology at the University of Arizona for 39 years before he retired July 2015, where he also served in several administrative positions, including as Vice President for Academic Outreach and International Affairs. He taught courses and conducted research on various topics pertaining to culture, including happiness. His happiness course, which he continues to teach even after retirement, regularly enrolls over 500 students and he has lectured widely in the U.S. and Mexico on happiness, once drawing an audience of over 1500.

    Prof. Fernández has published approximately 50 articles and book chapters on various sociological topics, including happiness. He has composed about as many corridos (Mexican ballads) and served on an equal number of university accreditation teams throughout the U.S., Europe, and Latin America.

    Dr. Fernández received both the M.A. and Ph.D. in sociology from Stanford University.

    Prof. Fernández has received wide recognition for his work and service. For example, he was honored by the American Association for Higher Education for his “Distinguished Leadership in Higher Education.” He received the “Public Scholar Dan Shilling Award” from the Arizona Humanities Council, and was named “Hispanic Man of the Year” by Cox Communications. In 2007, Dr. Fernández was named University Distinguished Outreach Professor at the University of Arizona in recognition of his “exceptional service to the community, state and nation.”

    WHERE
    Tucson Osteopathic Medical Foundation
    3182 N, Swan Road, 85712

    WHEN
    Wednesday, October 17, 2018
    6pm - 8pm
    Doors Open at 5:45 p.m.

    FOOD
    Dinner will be catered including
    gluten-free and vegetarian selections.

    COST
    ONLINE EARLY BIRD
    By Monday, October 15
    Members: $19 / Non-members: $27

    DAY OF
    Members: $25 / Non-members: $35

    Please pre-register online
    so we have a proper head count.

    Event Policies

    • Full event price is due if you wish to attend any portion of an event or if you choose not to eat dinner.  In fairness to all, no exceptions. 
    • If you've pre-registered but are not able to attend and if you email us no later than the Monday before the Wednesday event, your event fee may be applied to a future event. We are required to provide a headcount to our caterer in advance, so a credit of your pre-registration fee to a future event will only be granted during the open pre-registration period.
    • When registration closes online, payment can only be made by credit card at the event registration table.
    • No refunds are offered post-event for any reason.

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www.azwellnessalliance.org
info@azwellnessalliance.org

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