Living Well Show LIVE!!!

Thursday, September 15, 2022 - 6:00pm

This event repeats every month on September, October, November on the third Thursday 3 times.

The Living Well Show LIVE! Our Nationally Award Winning, Living Well Talk Series, is now back in person and will be featured on local cable tv! We look forward to continuing our program in a format that empowers people to live life on their own terms! Refreshments and complimentary wine provided by The Stafford.

 

How to Reverse Diabetes Naturally
We always hear that diabetes is a progressive disease, but what if we had the ability to reverse it? Dr. Ann Childers practices Lifestyle Psychiatry which promotes using nutrition and metabolic monitoring to promote a sense of overall wellbeing in her patients. Dr. Ann is also an expert on the subject of “Obesity, Diabetes and the Sugar Problem”. To view more about the speaker visit here:  https://lifebalancenw.com/
 
Res $15/Non-Res $20
Thursday, September 15th at 6-7:30p 
 
 
Dating & Intimacy
Join Anna Marti and Dr. Kelly Rees for a presentation on dating and making friends in older adulthood. Anna Marti, an intimacy coach in Portland for the past 20 years, is passionate about supporting men and women of all ages, all orientations, alone or partnered. Dr. Kelly Rees is a board-certified Sexologist with a private practice in Portland. She loves helping people find pleasure and authentic connection, working through past traumas and challenging cultural ideas that are no longer helpful.  To view more about the speaker visit here:  http://annamarti.com/ and http://drkellyrees.com/
 
Res $15/Non-Res $20
Thursday, October 20th at 6-7:30p
 
 
Psilocybin Therapy
With the passing of Oregon Measure 109, Oregonians will have access to psilocybin therapy. Sean Barnett, LCSW, is a therapist who has used psychedelic integration with his patients. Sean will explain how psilocybin-assisted therapy has the potential to revolutionize many treatment-resistant mental illnesses, including depression, addiction, and PTSD. He will also clarify how psilocybin therapy shows remarkable promise in helping those who may not have a diagnosed mental health disorder, but struggle to find meaning and connection in an increasingly isolated and alienated world.  To view more about the speaker visit here:  https://www.pdx-psychotherapy.com/
 
Res $15/Non-Res $20
Thursday, November 17th at 6-7:30p