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Andrea Mander
Works at Integrated Behavioral Health
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Announcing the next Havening Los Angeles Training coming to Burbank, CA November 5th & 6th, 2016! For this training we will also be joined by internationally recognized Wellness Expert, Michele Paradise. Michele's latest project is working alongside Deepak Chopra on his digital wellness platform Jiyo. She has her own channel ‘The Healing Haven’ whereby she uses Havening Techniques on a global digital platform to bring wellness to people all over the world. She lends her expertise and wisdom to further supporting us in our client's healing journey with specific techniques for developing resiliency and sustainable health once the brain has released the encoded traumas and stressors. Register soon to take advantage of the Early Bird Special!
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What if #self-doubt was actually a sign that we are moving in the right direction? Feelings of insecurity let us know we are pushing against our comfort zone and extending into realms of new possibilities. Self-doubt is natural when we enter into the new. Self-doubt is actually a sign that growth is occurring. Yes, it is uncomfortable. Yes, it can feel overwhelming. Yes, there is a natural tendency to try and squish the self-doubt. I encourage you instead to turn towards it and embrace it.

Acknowledge the self-doubt. See it for what it is - a sign that you are adventuring into a place of personal growth.

Validate the self-doubt. Instead of denying it recognize that self-doubt is a natural part of the change process. Have #compassion for your self-doubt, it's trying to keep you "safe" in your same
old patterns of being.

Release your self-doubt. Allow the self-doubt to fall away through reframing your thoughts and beliefs, shifting focus, and moving forward. Releasing is particularly easy when done in conjunction with #haveningtechniques and other #mindfulness and #meditation tools are also useful.

#successtips #personalgrowth #lifetips #ChooseYou #LiveYourExcellence
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I love the concept of VR, but being sensitive to motion sickness to begin with, it is not something I'd seek out for entertainment purposes. Maybe this changes things?
 
A lot of people complain about feeling sick when using VR headsets, and up until now the best solution has been taking dramamine which is a drug that most people probably don't want to have to "pop" everytime they play a virtual reality game. Now some researchers at Columbia University, named Steven Feiner and Ajoy Fernandes have come up with a solution that seems to really work. This solution has to be implemented by the devloper of different ...
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Are we living in Simulated Virtual Reality? Elon Musk Thinks so!! - http://vrtalk.com/forum/showthread.php?2594-Are-we-living-in-Simulated-Virtual-Reality-Elon-Musk-Thinks-so!!
We live in a world full of religion, science, and spirituality. All three of these believes seem to contradict themselves, and none of them assume that we are actually the creations of much more advanced beings living somewhere else in the multiverse. The idea however seems more and more possible as we move into a world featuring virtual reality. Think about it for a second. Virtual reality and augmented reality are just coming into existence...
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If Moxi does actually build this thing, it will be just as pointless as most flexible screen tech demos. Also, it will supposedly cost $765, only ship and China, and be limited to a run of 100,000. But at least we'll be done flirting with flexible screens and finally getting serious.
Okay so first of all, disregard that render above. Moxi Group, a little-known company in Chongqing China, passed these images of a magical, flexible bracelet smartphone around to the financial news...
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St. Jude's Infinity Deep Brain Stimulation System Launched in Europe
St. Jude Medical is launching in Europe its Infinity Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) System and directional DBS lead for treatment of Parkinson’s, tremor, and dystonia. The system was designed to allow for a more targeted approach that can lead to better results for patients. This is accomplished vi...
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Putting together EAP resources to help with the stress and sadness associated with the horrific events at Pulse night club. This is a truly excellent resource for anyone seeking information about local/national events of support.
Information on events and ways to support in the wake of this attack on the LGBTQ community and our nation's largest mass shooting in history.
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From Neuroscience News: Sexing The Brain: Does Your Brain Have a Sex?
Summary: The human male and femal brains have more in common than the media often reports, suggests Julia Gottwald.Source: University of Cambridge.If you were a fruit fly and smelled male pher
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Check out #WashingtonD.C. iGIANT 2.0 Impact of #Gender/Sex on #Innovation & Novel Tech http://buff.ly/1NPHzKI #SGEMN
iGIANT was developed by Saralyn Mark, MD at the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy and was launched at the Department of Health and Human Services Office (DHHS) Office on Women's Health. In early Summer of 2015, the Office on Women's Health within the DHHS hosted the iGIANT (Impact of Gender/Sex on Innovation and Novel Technologies) roundtable for organizations that have or are in the process of developing a gender/sex-specific p...
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Communicator of behavioral health plans, EAP benefits and wellness resources. New technology and product development and implementation. Human resource client liaison.
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  • Integrated Behavioral Health
    Director of Innovation Strategies, 2009 - present
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San Clemente, CA
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Orange, CA - Dana Point, CA - Pensacola, FL - Mission Viejo, CA - Trabuco Canyon, CA
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  • Walden University
    Health Management, 2011 - 2014
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