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Mind Body Resilience and Radiant Life Retreats have teamed up to bring you a wellness intensive aimed at building your knowledge and skills around holistic wellness to enhance your own health and those of your clients. Samantha Clarke and Sandeep Gupta created this retreat after connecting around their mutual passion for an integrated approach to health and well-being. The retreat will be aimed at health professionals wanting to build their knowledge, practice, and skills on an integrated approach to well-being.
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A range of accommodation options is available. You will be accommodated for 5 nights in boutique beach houses. Every beach house is different and each boasts its own unique charms and features. Partners and children are welcome, however, this will require the whole beach house to be booked.
This 5 days of practical evidence-based well-being activities, professional development, and wellness intensive provides the perfect opportunity to take time out to rejuvenate in the stunning natural environment of the Byron Bay national park. Daily workshops teach evidence-based information and resiliency skills. Practitioner rejuvenation starts immediately with a menu of self-care activities to choose from including yoga, group fitness, massages, beach walks, and more.
The natural beauty of the Byron Bay national park will provide the perfect backdrop for cultivating mindfulness and to reconnect with self, nature, and other therapists in an authentic way. Among these activities, there will be approximately 4 hours of content per day addressing the learning objectives listed. This will allow plenty of time to put theory into practice.
The wellness intensive starts on Saturday, October 28 from 16:00, allowing you time to check in after 14:00 and rest a little after your travel. At 16:00, you will gather for a welcoming practice, which will be followed by a dinner together. Guests will check out on Thursday, November 2 prior to 10:00.
This wellness intensive is for health professionals including psychologists, general practitioners, specialist physicians, social workers, nurses, counselors, occupational therapists, physiotherapists, acupuncturists, and other allied or alternative health clinicians. Students are most welcome, as Mind Body Resilience believes an integration of these skills from early on in professional life is ideal. Complete up to 20 hours of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) in the tranquillity of Byron Bay national park. Meet your requirements for Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) and Australian Psychological Society (APS).
This retreat is for you
The link between bodily disorders and mental health conditions and mental and emotional health in physical conditions is now undisputed. Additionally, research is showing the link between lifestyle choices and sickness. Improving lifestyle factors can significantly improve health outcomes and reverse disease and is the key to long-term health outcomes. By applying a contextual behavioral approach to wellness, it is important to acknowledge that just as the environment outside someone’s skin affects their reactions, so do the factors within the skin.
As therapists, you are in a unique position to assist people who have both physical and mental health conditions. As health professionals, you can address barriers that impede clients from improving their health choices, including providing evidence-based psycho-education, advocating for clients with their health professionals but also by addressing the motivational barriers that prevent long term change including values clashes, inaction due to lack of connection with values, limited perspective-taking and inconsistent / detrimental behaviors.
Further, the role of a therapist and physicians is also often one of role modeling. How can you as therapist enhance your own wellness behaviors to model effective care, enhance your longevity within the profession and overall improve your own health and vitality? This also enhances your ability to give of yourselves and contribute to excellent health outcomes in your clients.
As general practitioners, you generally have a huge workload. Having a routine for regular wellness care is vital to prevent burnout. Furthermore, you can contribute greatly to the health of your patients through modeling wellness. It is surprising how powerful this is.
Many of the presentations in general practice are of undifferentiated illness. In many cases, much of this undifferentiated illness can be managed through simple dietary and lifestyle changes. More established medical conditions can often also benefit with these dietary and lifestyle changes, as well as a targeted nutritional medicine approach, in conjunction with a thorough and comprehensive medical approach.
This retreat will provide skills for enhancing your effectiveness in all these areas. Plus, learning brief psychological interventions such as mindfulness as well as motivational tools can assist general practitioners in promoting client adherence to treatment enhancing overall effectiveness.
Samantha is a Clinical Psychologist and a Personal Trainer. She also has a major in nutrition and a wealth of experience assisting people in addressing lifestyle factors to enhance their overall sense of health and vitality. She is a published author and has presented at conferences both nationally and internationally. In conjunction with her role as director of a large psychology practice on the Sunshine Coast, she also provides personal training, wellbeing courses and wellbeing intensives, and retreats.
Dr. Gupta is a vocationally registered general practitioner who runs an integrative medicine clinic on the Sunshine Coast. Dr. Gupta graduated from medical school at the University of Queensland in 1999. He has received specialized training in integrative medicine and was awarded a Fellowship of the Australasian College of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine in 2008 and a Fellowship of the Australian College of General Practitioners in 2010. He also has a physician training certification in biotoxin illness and masters of nutrition in diabetes and living food nutrition.
This retreat will take place in in boutique beach houses 60 meters from the beach in Byron Bay, Australia.
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