Join authors Lise Van Susteren and Stacey Colino for a free Webinar on how to find calm and strength while living in a world in turmoil.

The Webinar will be live October 9th at 11am Pacific Time

If the news and other current events have you feeling anxious or outraged, you’re not alone. There is a name for this: emotional inflammation, a state that’s not unlike post-traumatic stress but stems from simply living in a world that feels increasingly out of control.

Please join us and the authors of Emotional Inflammation: Discover Your Triggers and Reclaim Your Equilibrium During Anxious Times, Lise Van Susteren and Stacey Colino, for a webinar event on October 9th, 2020.

One of the main causes of emotional inflammation is our sense that the big issues— like climate change, gun violence, and political corruption—are beyond our control. With strategies for relieving stress, improving critical thinking, recovering inner composure, and reclaiming the gifts of nature, you’ll learn to transform your distress into steady calm and strength.

As you move from a state of emotional whiplash into greater balance and harmony, you can redirect your energy and learn to become an “upstander”—a force for improving the conditions that fuel your fears. With a relatable style and a heaping dose of hope, Emotional Inflammation is a timely antidote for a world in turmoil.
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This Webinar will help you...

Recognize Your Feelings: how to identify, unpack, and learn from difficult emotions 

Evaluate Your Triggers: pinpoint what sets you off and how you can moderate your reactivity 

Steady Your Body’s Natural Rhythms: keys for restoring your natural, healthy internal equilibrium

Think Yourself into a Safe Space: work with your mind to remain flexible, thoughtful, and adaptable

Obey Your Body: essential self-care practices for diet, exercise, stress management, and more  

Reclaim the Gifts of Nature: revitalize your healing connection to the natural world and its awe-inspiring benefits

Exercise Your Power: become an “upstander” who takes effective action from a place of compassion, hope, and love
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About Dr. Lise Van Susteren

LISE VAN SUSTEREN, MD, previously served as a clinical professor of psychiatry at Georgetown University. She is a go-to commentator about anxiety and trauma for television (including CNN, Good Morning America, NBC, VOA, and Fox News), radio (NPR, Minnesota Public Radio, and others), print media (including the Washington Post, the Wall Street Journal, Newsweek, the Huffington Post, and CQ Magazine), and online outlets (such as Live Science, U.S. News & World Report, Global Health NOW, and many others).

As a thought leader and activist, Dr. Van Susteren addresses issues related to trauma and emotional inflammation through her roles at the Earth Day Network and Physicians for Social Responsibility. She is considered an expert in the psychological effects of climate change.

About Stacey Colino

Stacey Colino is an award-winning writer, specializing in health, fitness, and psychological issues, as well as a certified group exercise instructor and Spinning instructor. Her work has appeared in dozens of national magazines, including U.S. News & World Report, Prevention, Health, Newsweek, Real Simple, Parade, MORE, Woman’s Day, Redbook, Self, Elle, Harper’s Bazaar, Marie Claire, Glamour, Shape, Parenting, Sports Illustrated, Good Housekeeping, and Ladies’ Home Journal, as well as The Washington Post health section. She is the co-author of the books Disease-Proof: The Remarkable Truth About What Makes Us Well; Strong Is the New Skinny; Good Food Fast!, and Taking Back the Month: A Personalized Solution for Managing PMS and Enhancing Your Health. Stacey has received dozens of awards for her magazine articles and was a contributing editor to Child, Remedy, Weight Watchers Magazine, and American Health for Women.  Stacey lives with her family in Chevy Chase, Maryland.

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