> Emotional Health challenges are at an all-time high throughout the world. How can you start and sustain an emotional health lifestyle program? Learn the physical elements that produce the best results in a short period of time. Learn how to deal with those who have highly irrational cognitive and emotional issues in a way that leads the client forward without offending them. Also understand the critical role of spirituality in mental health and how to utilize spirituality to help those who want nothing to do with religion or even God.
> Are you eager to launch your own Lifestyle Program but haven't found the right building yet? Don't worry! You can get started right away by renting a facility like a hotel, without having to deal with the hassles of construction and building management.
By attending this workshop, you'll gain invaluable insights into selecting the best location, securing the right facility, advertising and registering clients, organizing the daily program, and offering various services. You'll also learn how to build the perfect team, with clearly defined job descriptions, and discover the secrets of running successful programs.
WS 6 - COSTS AND FINANCIAL SUSTAINABILITY | ALMEDINA
> How much does it cost to build and manage an Adventist lifestyle center? It depends on many factors. Size, model of center, country, location, building costs, labour laws, are only a few of the many issues to be considered. But there are other less tangible factors that will influence not only the building costs but also the sustainability of such centers. Come and learn more at this exciting and very useful workshop.
> Nick Dan | Viriato Ferreira
WS 8 - COLLABORATIVE STRATEGIES FOR DEVELOPING CHURCH AND LAY-OPERATED LIFESTYLE CENTERS | CONVENTUAL
> Historically, the Adventist church has had both church and lay-owned and operated Lifestyle Centers. With the churches current interest in promoting the opening of new centers, join Dr. Peter Landless, Director of the General Conference Health Ministries Department and Charles Cleveland, founder and developer of numerous lifestyle centers worldwide, as they share their experiences of what each entity can offer to make their relationship complementary.
> Peter Landless | Charles Cleveland
WS 10 - ACCEPTABLE HEALTH PRACTICES IN RESIDENTIAL ADVENTIST LIFESTYLE CENTERS | INÊS DE CASTRO
All that glitters is not gold! Not every available diagnostic test or therapeutic modality that can be used, should be used in our programs and centers.
In this workshop, we will employ critical thinking to explore our approach to evaluation for the appropriateness of any commonly used or emerging diagnostic test or therapeutic modality for use in Adventist wellness programs and healthcare facilities.
> Zeno Charles Marcel
WS 12 - DEALING WITH HIDDEN ADDICTIONS IN LIFESTYLE CENTERS - GUESTS | CENTRO
> This seminar will describe the neurobiology of addictions along with its root causes and discuss effective Christ-centered interventions for addiction prevention and recovery.
> Katia Reinert
WS 14 - SHARING SPIRITUAL VALUES WITH PATIENTS AND GUESTS | TERCEIRA
> The way we see the human being is determinant in the interpretation we make of the symptoms presented, the causes and the treatment indicated.
Spirituality is not just another tool or forgotten dimension in the treatment of illnesses, but rather it is what defines the very essence of the being. In the recovery process: identity and relationship are two vital elements both in the cause of illness and in the recovery from it.
> Carlos Picasso