San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
ATTITUDINAL HEALING ~ 40 YEARS LATER
Social Innovators From Around the Globe Prepare to Celebrate the 40th Anniversary of Highly Respected Bay Area Non-Profit
On September 19-21, 2014, a very special International Conference will gather hundreds of social innovators from around the world in the historic Presidio at the Golden Gate Club to celebrate the 40th Anniversary of Attitudinal Healing and pioneer future global adaptations of this work. The Conference celebrates the founder Dr. Gerald Jampolsky's 90th year.
In 1975, in Tiburon, California Gerald Jampolsky M.D. introduced a pioneering approach to health and well-being called Attitudinal Healing. For four decades in the San Francisco Bay Area and over 30 countries, Dr. Jampolsky's widely recognized, award-winning, replicable model has helped children, adults and families from diverse cultures to find inner peace and resilience when facing illness, loss and other life challenges. All Attitudinal Healing support services continue to be free of charge.
The conference will host 30 International Conference Speakers as well as 20+ Pre-Conference Workshops in both half and full-day formats. Continuing Education Units (CEUs) are available.
In addition to Attitudinal Healing International’s co-founders Gerald Jampolsky M.D. and Diane Cirincione Jampolsky Ph.D., speakers include recognized authors, medical professionals, entrepreneurs and international lecturers such as Gary Zukav (author of best seller Seat of the Soul & frequent guest of Oprah), Frederic Luskin Ph.D. (founder of the Stanford Forgiveness Project) , Carol Howe (author and international lecturer), Leni Miller (author and Bay Area entrepreneur) Dean Ornish M.D. (physician, professor and founder of Preventive Medicine Research Institute) and Rinaldo Brutoco J.D. (successful entrepreneur, futurist and founder of World Business Academy), The artistic director is Gary Malkin, multiple Emmy award-winning composer and performer.
Carlos Santana and Cindy Blackman Santana are honorary co-chairs of the Saturday evening celebration which includes a reception, award presentations, dinner and music by internationally recognized Bay Area musicians, Freddy Clarke and Wobbly World.
When & Where
Attitudinal Healing International
AHI’s mission is to support and nurture all established and emerging independent Attitudinal Healing (AH) Centers worldwide to provide services and programs in areas of youth education, resiliency, community health & wellness and conflict resolution. Services are offered free of charge and utilize the culturally adaptable, peer-support approach to health and well being developed by Gerald Jampolsky, M.D. Dr. Jampolsky founded the first Center for Attitudinal Healing in 1975 and in 2005 was awarded the American Medical Association’s Excellence in Medicine, Pride in the Profession Award for this pioneering work. Initially focused on children with cancer, the model has been adapted and proven effective in supporting adults and children facing crisis of any kind. For forty years, Attitudinal Healing programs have assisted children, adults and families throughout the world to be resilient in times of hardship and to find inner peace when facing life’s most difficult challenges. (ahinternational.org)