Wellness 101:

Quick and Powerful Self-Care Techniques

Wellness 101:

Quick and Powerful Self-Care Techniques

Welcome to SOHL’s foundational training. Here, you’ll learn basic techniques to improve your health and effectiveness, and ultimately the health of your organization. The evidence is in: Wellness is the future. In this session, the SOHL team will teach you evidence-based self-care skills that consider your unique needs.

Takeaways

  • Personalized self-assessment of your 7 Sources of Health (Purpose, Body, Mind, Creativity, Emotions, Community, and Environment).
  • A general understanding of the ROI of a systematic approach to self-care practices for your organization.
  • Access to SOHL’s training website, which is a wealth of information on wellness practices and the future of healthcare.

This immersive training is comprised of 7 modules that include an introduction to the 7 sources of health, community self-care, burnout prevention, and much more.

Training Options

The SOHL team caters to your organizations needs and timelines. Available options include:

  • 2-hour training: Modules 1 & 2
  • 4-hour training: Modules 1-4
  • 8-hour training: Modules 1-6
  • 2 Day training (15 hours): Modules 1-7

Testimonials

“Spending the morning with Ruthann and her team, my staff learned important self-care strategies as well as evidence-based diet recommendations. Ruthann was engaging, efficient and effective at providing tools that we could immediately put in place to strengthen our 7 sources of health. If you are looking to improve your own health or that of your company, I highly suggest partnering with Ruthann and her team.”
Jeremy Ensey, CEO, St. Luke Medical Center, Marion, Kansas

 

“The self-care training was a unique experience and I found the 7 sources of health to be useful. I will use SOHL’s assessment often to guide and improve my self-care. My self-care scores improved from the beginning to the end of the training, in just a short time. My leadership team found the information informative and useful. They were appreciative of the time spent to learn about self-care including practicing some very useful tools.”
Bernie Klein, MD, CEO, Providence Holy Cross Medical Center

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