HELPING YOU MAKE LONGEVITY HAPPEN
Saturday, November 14, 2015
8am | Registration & Breakfast
8:30am-12:30pm | Workshop
Planting Fields Arboretum Conference Center
1395 Planting Fields Road
Oyster Bay, New York
Learn Lifestyle Strategies to Live Happier, Healthier, and Longer!
Simple, yet powerful life altering practices that yield positive, sustainable results based upon scientific research of the longest living people in the world.
The workshop includes
- Inspiration from seven influential speakers on lifestyle transformation to help you Make Longevity Happen
- Connection with others seeking healthier, happier lives
- Serenity of the Planting Fields Arboretum
- Healthy breakfast
- Exploration post-workshop of the 400+ acres of greenhouses, rolling lawns, formal gardens & woodland paths
Panoramic Living: Make Longevity Happen!
Founder & President Panoramic Living
Mindfulness: Reduce chronic pain, stress, and anxiety!
Barbara Edell Fisher, Ph.D.
Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Walking Wisdom: Move naturally through life!
Dr. Barry J. Fabrikant
Fabrikant Chiropractic Office
Passionate Purpose: Pump up your volume!
Linda Lombardo, CCPC
The Voice of Evolution Radio
Connection: Boost physical and mental health plus lifespan!
Stephanie L. Brown, Ph.D
Department of Preventive Medicine SUNY at Stony Brook
Back to Our Roots: Eat whole foods intuitively!
Owner, Heart & Soul
Healthier Home: Less stuff, more freedom!
Barbara Feldman, CTRS
Owner, A Nu Start NY
Dr. Stephanie L. Brown is a Social Psychologist and Associate Professor in the Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences Department in the Center for Understanding Biology through Imaging Technology (CUBIT) at Stony Brook University. She maintains an affiliation in the Department of Psychology. Dr. Brown received her Ph. D. in social psychology from Arizona State University and served on the faculty at the University of Michigan for 10 years. While at the University of Michigan, she received a career development award (K-01) from NIMH to translate advances in the social and behavioral sciences to the study of physical and mental health. As part of her career development award, she tested and supported her hypothesis that helping behavior accounts for some of the health benefits of social contact. She received 2 grants (1 Junior Award and 1 3-year Award) from the National Science Foundation to develop and test her neurobehavioral model of helping behavior that links other-focused helping to neural circuits that evolved originally for parenting and have implications for immune function and the development of inflammatory disease. She also received a neuroimaging grant from Notre Dame (originating from Templeton) with co-Investigator Professor James Swain to test the neural components of her model and how they are linked to cortisol. Results of some of her studies highlight the importance of social connections and related hormones in boosting effects of helping behavior on physical and mental health.
Dr. Barry J. Fabrikant graduated from New York Chiropractic College in Dec. 1980. Prior to studying Chiropractic, he attended Stony Brook University. In his private practice, Fabrikant Chiropractic Office: A Center for Health Excellence, Dr. Fabrikant’s draws on over 30 years of experience in sports injuries, pediatrics, spinal biomechanics, weight loss resistance, immune disorders, nutrition, and chronic fatigue issues. Understanding the need to change ones state to change their life, Dr. Fabrikant incorporated into his practice regularly educational sessions on the benefits of mindfulness to improve physical, mental, and emotional well-being. Most recently he has initiated a series of beach walks that include a ritual of stretching, walking, and mindful movement. He has served as the chiropractor for the New York Olympic Authority during the 2000 winter Goodwill Games and as the district president for the New York Chiropractic Council. For his relentless pursuit of excellence, Dr. Fabrikant was honored with the distinguished service award by the New York Chiropractic Council.
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Barbara Feldman, CRTS became a Certified Relocation and Transition Specialist in 2005 after twenty plus years in corporate world of technology sales. Twenty six times throughout her career she had to relocate to a new home, so Barbara first hand understands the difficulties and anxieties involved in moving. She founded A Nu Start NY, Inc. in 2005, and since that time, has successfully organized and moved hundreds of families. Barbara educates and motivates on the importance of living with less stuff to create a life with more freedom and room for the important things in life. She promotes a minimalist approach for not only a healthy home and personal well-being, but a healthy community.
As an expert in the field of Senior Move Management, Barbara Feldman has been featured in a New York Times article on the subject and has appeared on various radio and television shows throughout her career. Last year she was thrilled to have received the Federation Employment and Guidance’s 2014 Inspiration Award, presented to her by Television News Anchor, Ernie Anastos.
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Dr. Barbara Edell Fisher is a licensed clinical and school psychologist. She has been in private practice for over 25 years, serving adults, teens and children on Long Island. In addition to maintaining a private practice in Cognitive-Behavior Therapy and mindfulness-based interventions, Dr. Fisher has consulted and given numerous presentations for schools and organizations. She has been published in several journals and newsletters, including Journal of Psychology and Psychological Reports.
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Karen Sossin, MS, CDN has been a nutritionist for over 25 years and is the owner of Heart & Soul, a Nutrition Consulting company. Karen has an undergraduate degree in Nutrition from Colorado State University, a graduate degree in Nutrition with a concentration in Exercise Physiology from Long Island University, and is a licensed Dietitian in the state of New York. Karen is also a Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor. Karen served as the Regional Nutrition and Education Trainer for Western Suffolk BOCES for 10 years, was the Nutrition Advisor to the New York State Public High School Athletic Association, and was also the Project Director for the Female Athlete Triad Awareness and Prevention Program. Karen is the Project Consultant for Think. Eat. Play; optimizing health in female athletes, a program through the non-profit, Mental Fitness, Inc. Karen has been an adjunct professor at Long Island University. She has been published in several journals, newsletters as well as reference books in the field of nutrition. An inspirational and motivational speaker, her experience working with non-profits, organizations and corporations has given Karen the opportunity to work with schools and communities throughout the country.
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Linda Lombardo, CCCP is a Certified Professional Co-Active Coach through The Coaches Training Institute since 2001 whose experience includes 20 plus years within high-profile organizations implementing and facilitating management and leadership development programs, creating leaders and change agents to develop cultures of communication and engagement. Linda has been curious about conversation for some time now; real conversation, deep conversation; conversation without answers (unless there are some), believing it’s the only thing that can save us from ourselves and each other. Linda coaches people who dream of creating positive, lasting change in the world, to turn up the volume, lead and be heard.
Her specialty around life story coaching uses the neuroscience of behavior, discovering and developing the leader’s voice for the sake of positively impacting the bottom line, while building leadership talent and legacy. Linda has completed over 500 hours of coach training with the Coaches Training Institute and holds professional memberships with the American Society for Training and Development, the International Coaching Federation (ICF) and the Long Island Coaching Alliance. For the last two years, Linda has shared her views on life on CoachTalkTV on Long Island’s Public Access television and is now proud to produce and host Voice of Evolution Radio on Blog Talk Radio.
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