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August 14–16, 2015 Friday–Sunday 2 nights

Talk Your Way to Health and Happiness

Neha Sangwan
Neha Sangwan

Neha Sangwan, MD, holds a bachelor’s degree in mechanical and biomedical engineering from Michigan State University and was a manufacturing engineer for Motorola. She attended medical school at SUNY Buffalo and completed her residency in…
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For everyone.

Do you say yes when you really mean no? Are you waiting for someone else to change in order to get what you want? It only takes one person to change the outcome of a conversation, and that person is you.

Join medical doctor Neha Sangwan for a weekend of self-reflection and practical tools to transform your ability to communicate with even the most challenging personalities. In addition to explaining the physiological connection between your ability to communicate, your stress level, and your health, this workshop teaches you to

  • Listen to your body and interpret its signals to better manage stress
  • Engage right-brain creativity to expand your perspective
  • Effectively articulate frustration and disappointment
  • Talk to people instead of about them
  • Make agreements that stick
  • Address specific communication challenges.

Recommended reading and assignment Neha Sangwan, Talk Rx: Five Steps to Honest Conversations that Create Connection, Health and Happiness (Hay House, release date May 2015). Make notes on the types of communication you find challenging, and bring specific questions.