Next Program Date: October 5-7, 2018
Sponsored by UCLA Health
This workshop for healthcare professionals provides an opportunity to learn skills in renewal, stress management, and burnout prevention at an advanced level. Reflection, expressive therapies, spirituality, and celebration are integral aspects of this powerful process. These healing skills impact one's individual coping, and are compellingly transferable to one's professional practice, working with patients, family, and staff. The restful setting and small group size provide an ideal environment for rejuvenation and the establishment of trust and community.
Experiential learning and the creation of new patterns, generate an energizing and transformational weekend that reconnects one to the powerful meaning of one's work.
Develop the art of healing for the healthcare professional, demonstrating the components of self-care for the prevention of burnout.
Katherine Brown-Saltzman, RN, MA (Program Director)
Katherine is a Clinical Specialist at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center and an Assistant Clinical Professor at UCLA School of Nursing. Her healing work integrates guided imagery and meditative prayer for patients, families and staff. She has facilitated support groups for nurses, developed staff retreats, and the renewal program at UCLA. Katherine lectures nationally on ethics, spirituality, psychosocial issues and self care. She has received the Oncology Nursing Society's national award for her substantial contributions to psychosocial aspects of cancer care.
Shira Musicant, LMFT, BC-DMT, SEP
Shira is a Marriage Family Therapist as well as a dance/movement therapist in Santa Barbara. She teaches and writes on the use of movement in therapy. In both her private practice and her workshops, Shira combines movement, body awareness, and creative expression to transform pain and deepen compassion for self and others.
BJ Jakala, PhD, RN, MFT
BJ holds a master’s degree in Counseling Psychology and has been in private practice in Woodland Hills for over sixteen years as a Marriage Family Therapist. He wrote his dissertation on “Secrets” through Pacific Graduate Institute. Play has been an important ingredient in BJ’s work and mental health. He has led workshops that open clients to its benefits and joys.
Kat Fulton, MM, MT-BC
Kat Fulton is a board-certified music therapist whose passion is achieving therapeutic goals through making music. With a Masters in Music Therapy from The Florida State University (headquarters for the National Institute for Infant and Child Medical Music Therapy), she holds high standards for scientific research and maintains a practice infused with the latest evidence-based techniques and strategies.
Julie Markovitz, RYT
Julie started dancing and practicing yoga as a young girl. She earned a BA degree in Child Development with an emphasis in Dance from California State University, Northridge and her yoga certification through YogaWorks and Little Bea Yoga. Julie also is a Certified Master Level Reiki Practitioner and Guided Meditation Specialist.
Steven Saltzman, BM
Steven is a music editor/composer who specializes in music for film, television, theater and improvisatory music for movement. He and Katherine have just produced "The Basket", their first guided imagery healing CD.
The UCLA Spiritual Care Department sponsors a chaplain from their accredited Clinical Pastoral Education training program, who provides spiritual care to all faiths.
The UCLA Conference Center at Lake Arrowhead is a first-class resort nestled high in the San Bernardino Mountains. Guests stay in French cottages with fireplaces and private bedrooms and bathrooms. The center is surrounded by a lake, gardens, a flowing creek and peaceful quiet. Guests are restored with restful quarters, tennis courts, pool, Jacuzzi and gourmet cuisine, served in the traditional inn style. View center at uclaconferencecenter.ucla.edu.
Nurses: Upon completion of this course, nurses are eligible for 12 contact hours. Provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, provider #12511.
Call UCLA Health Ethics Center at (310) 794-6219.