Performing Under Pressure: Becoming the Calm in the Midst of the Storm at NMVS on June 1st

Mediators are told to “become the calm in the midst of the storm” as they enter situations most would choose to avoid. Valuable advice indeed, but how do we put it in practice? Go beyond this advice and learn specific techniques focused on breath, posture, and vision that will dramatically improve your performance under pressure.

In this training you will:

  • Enjoy interactive and experiential exercises that develop awareness of how your body responds in stressful situations
  • Learn how stress and the fight-or-flight re-sponse affect your ability to resolve conflict
  • Practice simple techniques focused breath, posture and vision that can counteract these negative effects

With diligent practice and proper instruction you too can embody the calm in the midst of the storm!

“This training is one of the few classes that taught me  the very valuable skill of being able to control my mind and body. It helped me acquire clarity of mind, maintain awareness of my surroundings, and call on my deep reservoir of conflict analysis and resolution knowledge when I needed to.”

 Former student of Stephen’s advanced two-day course

Trainer: Stephen Kotev, MS
When: June 1, 2012 (8:30am-12:45pm)
Fee: $215 early bird by May 29/ $265
CME: Pending General and Family
Location: 4041 University Drive, Suite 101, Fairfax, Virginia 22030
Registration: Visit http://nvms.us/training/ or call 703-865-7261.

 

Performing Under Pressure: Becoming the Calm in the Midst of the Storm at NMVS on June 1st

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