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Joshua Graner - Moving Through Stress and Burnout for Heart-Driven Service Professionals

  • 05 Nov 2020
  • 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
  • Zoom

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 Josuha Graner, LAC
Via Zoom
2 CEUs
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Moving Through Stress and Burnout for Heart-Driven Service Professionals

Applying TCM theory, neurobiology and cognitive behavioral therapy to the problem of chronic professional stress and burnout. We will discuss how burnout can be an opportunity for positive change and outline a strategy that providers can use to not only reduce the effects of burnout, but to pivot into higher levels of performance in their practices and their lives.

  • Psychology of burnout
  • Physiology of burnout
  • Jing, Qi, Shen Considerations
  • Therapeutic Reframing
  • Optimizing Physiological Adaptability
  • Overcoming Resistance to Change
  • Applying Key Principles


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Joshua Graner started his medical career as a paratrooper medic in the 82nd Airborne division of the US Army where he taught and practiced field medicine for 10 years.  He has a BS in nutritional sciences from the University of Nevada Reno and graduated from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in 2009.  In 2011 he founded the Courageous Heart Foundation to provide integrative medicine to combat veterans.  He has worked as a clinician and program director for integrative programs in addiction recovery, mental health and pain management centers in Southern Oregon.  He currently works as a functional pain specialist for La Clinica Del Valle, a public health system in Southern Oregon that provides healthcare for the underserved.

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