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  1. SOFIA ISABEL BARROS CERQUEIRA October 18, 2020 at 5:07 pm

    Hello, im Sofia from Portugal!! Sorry i forgot to introduce myself in the application form, was too excited filling it in and wasnt very mindful 😀 I have my own Yoga space in Aveiro, named: Sofia.YogaCamp. Im a Yoga, Meditation, Pilates teacher and recently a MIndfulness MBCT teacher, did my course during the quarentene, although the process begun much sooner. Now im running my first Mindfulness MBCT- 8 week program. Didn´t have the opportunitie catch any of the Summit Sessions, and would love to be able to do now. Thanks!!!

  2. Carole Ying Liu October 9, 2020 at 8:55 am

    Dear Mindful Healthcate Summit : I am grateful to be able to be at all sessions of the 5 day Summit and I have also been listening to and learning the teachings from Grand Master Jheng Yen of Tzu Chi Foundation that the climate is changing and the dilemma is more imminent. As humans , we are interconnected with all living beings on Earth, so we need to seize our time and make every day count to upgrade oneself by altering bad tendencies and when we see others’ suffering, we need to recognize our own blessings as to put in our share effort to help and to save others. That way, we will create the flows of love and compassion for one another and we ourselves will be the greatest beneficiers of the love and help for others in return. Blessings.

  3. Neil Manis October 7, 2020 at 4:17 pm

    I would like to take a moment to thank the interviewers, Man Bertin, Hani Chaabo, Reena Kotecha, Rheanna Hoffman, Jacob Solomon as well as others I may have missed. You were excellent with the discussions
    Your point in the presentation often allowed for a break especially when I needed to focus on other priorities in the world of the home/office & delivery center here in New York City.
    Thanks

  4. MaryAnne Caleo October 6, 2020 at 6:21 pm

    I am about to turn 78
    I live in Australia
    My husband of 53 years
    Died from cancer in June this year.
    We nursed him at home ….
    He died while we were singing to him!
    I have had the best time with this summit &
    Its Wonderful enriching reassuring programme!
    All speakers have been clear and engaging!
    Thank you all and each!

  5. Cassondra Graff October 6, 2020 at 4:07 pm

    Hello Mary Stylidi,

    My name is Cassondra Graff, M.S., LCSW, a psychotherapist, and a Certified Mindful Self-Compassion and Mindfulness Teacher, Trainer, and Mentor.

    I am also Greek American and wanted to reach out to you just connect, as you are from my beloved Greece. I hope you are well and thriving.

    Can you tell me a little more about what you do through the Greek Ministry of Education and Religion Affairs? You mentioned that you work as an Inclusive Education Consultant. I am so interested to hear what you do in this capacity and also what you do as a UNHCR consultant.

    I look forward to hearing from you. Here is my email address as well: cpgraff@gmail.com Feel free to communicate with me via email if you would like.
    Be well, Cassondra

  6. Cathy Grad October 6, 2020 at 5:21 am

    Thanks Kelly for sharing your knowledge and enthusiasm for this topic. I feel that I have a greater understanding of the difference between compassion and empathy and how both can lead to burnout. I loved the heart-breathing visualization and as a yogi and someone in the fitness and wellness industry can relate to burnout…I think systems need to be repaired, and companies, systems, industry could benefit from mindfulness practices that help us deal with stress, burnout and provide a safe, mentoring environment to work in.

  7. Mary Stylidi October 4, 2020 at 11:58 pm

    Greetings from Greece.

    My name is Mary Stylidi, a certified Occupational Therapist – Ergotherapist wth PhD studies in Disaster Psychology.
    I work as an Inclusive Education Consultant for the Greek Minsistry of Education and Religion Affairs, as well as a UNHCR External Consultant.

    I would like to congratulate the Organising Committee as well as the Speakers for the wonderful and fruitful presentations! Excellent !ummit!

  8. Jill Hayes October 4, 2020 at 7:57 pm

    Hello from Utah, USA. I became certified to teach yoga last year. After losing a 20 yr old son to suicide I began a journey in learning about mindfulness and trying to understand what I was experiencing in my overwhelming pain and sorrow. What I learned and have practiced changed everything for me and I knew I wanted to share it with others who were suffering. I will start teaching next month with an emphasis on meeting ourselves with mindfulness and compassion as we work with grief in the body. What Frank Ostaseski shared really touched my heart. It was filled with so many powerful truths I can learn from and use in my teaching. Thank you for sharing all of these skills and tools with us. Love and light to all, Jill

  9. Dr Jerry Joseph OFS October 4, 2020 at 7:27 pm

    A Palliative Care Physician doing free service in Pudukad Kerala. India at Home of Hope, Free Palliative Clinic.

    All classes are excellent. But I feel one class per day is enough for ruminating and digesting!

    Thank you for making me better equipped as a person and in patient care, with hope and love.

  10. Camilla Zorzi October 4, 2020 at 5:39 pm

    Hello from Argentina. Am Italian, and have been living in this country during the last 40 years. Collaborated as a volounteer in the Tornu Hospital in Buenos Aires, during almost eight yeasr, and, during three years and a half in the Hospice San Camilo of Olivos (Buenos Aires). Am very grateful for this opportunity to access such a wide range of thematics inherent to accompaniement of the suffering, but alsowith respect to sharing with other people with whom we interact, family members, physicians, nurses, Very important for personal care, and groupal care, since we are all interconnected. thank you very much!

  11. Nicolette Chanien October 4, 2020 at 2:29 pm

    I really enjoy the balanced lectures. You have managed to give us some theoretical knowledge, some research, some practical information, as well as meditation practice in almost each presentation. This summit exceeds my expectations. Thank you so much.

  12. Carole Ying Liu October 4, 2020 at 9:21 am

    HI ALL, Today as of October 4th Sunday is International World Animal Day 2020. We Tzu Chi Volunteers contribute our respect and heart in compassion to animals despite the degree of the differences in appearances not in their kind – Quoting from Dr. Jane Goodall. It is our Humans responsibility to respect and protect the Natural World.

  13. Neil Manis October 4, 2020 at 6:26 am

    I appreciate the research information

  14. Anne Marie Struijk October 4, 2020 at 12:25 am

    Frank Ostaseski ´a interview and guided méditation have touched my Heart in a very profound Way. I am working in à hospice and his expérience is so helpful. Thanks so much.

  15. Rabia Hydal-Mohammed October 3, 2020 at 6:22 pm

    I am thoroughly impressed by your thought processing and how ethics, change management, leadership amd many more tenets I am yet to listen to.. are integrated into this holistic summit. It should be shared with all. My intention is to pay it forward so more can benefit from the insight held by just the first speaker I listened to!

  16. Neil Manis October 3, 2020 at 8:22 am

    Hello
    I am a Special Ed Consultant:
    As a retired Special Ed Principal I have seen Teachers & Clinicians use concepts over the year that today I would call Mindfulness activities. The Social Emotional Learning (SEL) goals that some states ed depts. are advocation need this summit to bring Mindfulness into the SEL curriculum as expressed by Cynda H. Rushton & Rheanna Hoffmann

  17. SONIA APARECIDA FONSECA SANTOS DE OLIVEI October 3, 2020 at 7:40 am

    Sonia A F Santos – Por favor, qual o link para assistir às aulas gravadas? Obrigada – seratento.2016@gmail.com

  18. Carol Williams October 2, 2020 at 11:55 am

    Hello from rural Kentucky! Thank you Rheanna Hoffman and Cynda Hylton Rushton for a very informative and moving session on moral distress and resiliency. I’m not in medical or mental healthcare. But, with friends and colleagues in nursing and meditation instruction, we’re developing a respite program for COVID frontline providers to help with their compassion fatigue and burnout, and what I just learned regarding moral exhaustion and degrading workplace adversity. I would like to know more about how to best help nurses, physicians and their assistants in the presencing of more humane systems that support their well-being while they care for others. Please reach out if you feel moved to do so, as I would like to continue the discussion. I can be reached in my email attached to this message, or through the website of my family’s farm, NewRhinelandLLC.com.

  19. Anne-Marie Struijk-Mottu October 2, 2020 at 9:16 am

    I have found D Goleman presentation extremely honest and interesting.
    Thanks so much

  20. Rick Barber October 2, 2020 at 8:44 am

    Greetings, All!

    I am Rick, a Wellness Coach & a Mindfulness Teacher -In-Training with Sean Fargo!
    I worked for Steward Healthcare up in Foxboro, MA at their Alcohol/Drug Detox program for over 11 Years! Cynda Rushton was an amazing Interview and heartfelt!
    She provided much Insight to those working on the Frontlines dealing with the Emotional Impact dealing with Covid Pt’s dying everyday!

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