Registration for Women Of Resilience Conference

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Women of Resilience February 14 - 17, 2019

Contact: Office (800) 348-8441, by email at info@creativityandmadness.com, or by Facebook

*To book a room at the Drury Plaza Hotel at our discounted rate of $139/nt plus tax, you must reserve through our office.

From the Hosts of Women of Resilience:

“Women of Resilience began as a conference with a concept that the seed of resilience lies within each human being. How do we as humans find the ability to reach within, to find our inner strength? To work through depression, declining health, the numerous challenges we face on a daily basis related in one way or another to loss. What qualities bring people to and through times of loss?

During the conference, we have the opportunity to examine resilience within personal experiences of people of various socioeconomic backgrounds, of underserved populations, of people of fame and fortune, and people demonstrating enormous courage In the face of death and other major life changes. We have dedicated a block of time with the Writer/Director Lisa Klein for her presentation of her documentary film, “The S Word” which examines suicide and its impact.

Our goal is to enrich lives through the presentations and being able to create a dialogue on these varied themes that will ultimately affirm, inspire and renew our faith in ourselves and each other, in our shared human spirit…the hope and essence of our humanity—this is our reason to come together - to share, to grow, and to leave the conference with a restored sense of self.”

Our February Women of Resilience Program will be held at the wonderful Drury Plaza Hotel in Santa Fe, New Mexico.  This incredible program of speakers and presentations includes:

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Beverly Sills: A Lifetime of Resilience with Music as the Medicine that Heals

Kathline Colvin, PhD

Joan of Arc and Doctor Dark in Bedlam’s Park

Mike Sperber, MD

Living and Loving Authentically: The Science of Intuition

Anna Yusim, MD

Women, Culture and Resilience: Crossing the Invisible Fence
Patricia Velazquez, PhD and Sandra Kiersky, PhD

Giving Resilience a Voice: Mary Poppins - A Medley of Songs by the Severely Mentally Ill
Diana Semmelhack, PsyD

Resilience in the Face of Imprisonment: Family Internment Camps during World War II

Joyce Stamp Lilly, RN, JD

Women of Resilience in Medicine and Law throughout the Ages
Margaret Chalupowski, MD, PhD

“How Dare You!”: The Insidious Ways Women are (Mis)treated 

The #MeToo Movement: A Memoir, Experiences of Others and Ways to Heal

Lucy Papillon, PhD

The Woman I Am Today: A Journey of Discovery, Resilience and integration
Ann Rea, MDiv. 

A Tender Place: Resilience in the Wake of Traumatic Loss
Anita Pandolfe Ruchman, Psych NP

Our Ancestors Ourselves

Camille Adair, RN 

Women, Culture and Resilience: Crossing the Invisible Fence

Patricia Velazquez, PhD and Sandra Kiersky, PhD

Her Circle Recovery

Tammy Roth, LPC, PhD

The “S” Word -  Film and Discussion 
Lisa Klein, Writer/Director 

The Exclusive 27 Club: Suicide of the Young and Famous

Barry Panter, MD, PhD
 

RONALD M. BERZ SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION: Each year, we offer a scholarship which provides the winner with round-trip transportation, 4 nights at the Drury Plaza, complementary registration and $500 in cash. To apply, submit an essay based on ‘You are changed by the people YOU love”.

Please email a 2-4 page essay (double-spaced) to: jdberz@sbcglobal.net with copies to denise@creativityandmadness.com and Barry@creativityandmadness.com prior to December 23.

Accreditation:

The American Institute of Medical Education (AIMED) is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing education for physicians.

AIMED designates this live activity for a maximum of 18 AMA PRA Category I Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

Board of Registered Nursing – AIMED is also a Provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider Number CEP4359 for 18 contact hours.

AIMED is an NBCC Approved Continuing Education Provider (ACEP) and may offer NBCC approved clock hours for events that meet NBCC requirements. The ACEP solely is responsible for all aspects for the program.

NAADAC – National Association of Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Counselors. Provider number 74093

This program is pending approval by National Association of Social Workers (NASW) 88-65899292 for 18 social work continuing education contact hours.

Program is approved by Florida Department of Professional Regulations, 50-1958

Program is approved by New York State–AIMED, SW CPE is recognized by the New York State Education Department’s State Board for Social Work as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed social workers #0328.

PROGRAM*

Thursday, February 14 up to 5.5 HRS CE credit

8:30 am         Welcome & Introduction                               Jacqueline Berz-Panter, MA, MS

8:50 am         Living and Loving Authentically: The Science of Intuition  Anna Yusim, MD

 

9:50 am         Beverly Sills: A Lifetime of Resilience with Music as the Medicine that Heals   Kathline Colvin, PhD

LUNCH BREAK

12:15 pm-      The S Word – documentary film screening  

 2:15  pm      Lisa Klein - Writer, Director

Fifteen-Minute Break

2:30 –             PANEL DISCUSSION:  Suicide Awareness

4:00 pm         Included in the 18 CE credit/hours

 

Friday, February 15 - up to 4 HRS CE credit 

8:30 am         The Woman I Am Today: A Journey of Discovery, Resilience and Integration     Ann Rea, MDiv

9:30 am         The Exclusive 27 Club: Suicide of the Young and Famous          Barry Panter, MD, PhD

Fifteen-Minute Break

10:45 am       Mary Poppins: A Medley Of songs by the Severely Mentally Ill Diana Semmelhack, PsyD

11:45 am       “How Dare You!”:  Insidious Ways Women Are (Mis)treated The #MeToo Movement: A Memoir, Experiences of Others and Ways to Heal Lucy Papillon, PhD

12:45 Presentations end           

Saturday, February 16 – up to 5.5 HRS CE credit                                                                                                                                    

8:30 am         Family Internment Camps during WWII - Resiliency in the Face of Imprisonment  

Joyce Lilly, RN, JD                                                                               

9:30 am         Our Ancestors Ourselves                                    Camille Adair, RN

Fifteen-Minute Break

10:45 am       Joan of Arc and Doctor Dark in Bedlam’s Park    Mike Sperber, MD

11:45 am       Women, Culture and Resilience: Crossing the Invisible Fence Patricia Velazquez, PhD and Sandra Kiersky, PhD      

11:45 LUNCH BREAK

2: 30 pm – 4:00 pm       Discussion Panel: How does the Mental Health Practitioner navigate the terrain of the personal

and the professional?                Included in the 18 CE credit/hours                                     

Sunday, February 17 – up to 3 HRS CE credit         

8:30 am         Her Circle Recovery                                                Tammy Roth, LPC, PhD   

9:30 am         A Tender Place: Resilience in the Wake of Traumatic Loss Anita Ruchman, Psych NP                                        

Fifteen-Minute Break

10:45 am       Women of Resilience in Medicine and Law throughout the Ages     Margaret Chalupowski, MD, PhD, JD

11:45              Closing Remarks                                                  Jacqueline Berz-Panter, MA

 

12:00 - CONFERENCE ENDS

*We reserve the right to make changes as necessary