Healing through the Art of Caring Level II
Empowering patients and improving rehabilitation outcomes for complex musculoskeletal dysfunctions
Healing through the Art of Caring Level II advances course participants’ application of the key concepts of the Lund ZenShuk Approach.
The Lund ZenShuk Approach, developed by Jillene Lund, is based on the integration of research based evidence from the sciences of rehabilitative medicine, epigenetics, quantum physics, neuroscience, health psychology, psychoneuroimmunology, integrative medicine, and cardioneurology.
This is a hands-on course. More than 80% of course material is presented in a hands-on lab format including: self-care manual therapy techniques, small group discussions, and individual/group self-awareness exercises.
Healing through the Art of Caring participants will be able to immediately implement their newly acquired skills.
Our practical, research-based approach teaches course participants skills to care for themselves, develop positive thought patterns, and avoid
The Lund ZenShuk Approach principles will help you create a stronger, healthier therapist/patient relationship. The result – more referrals, fewer cancellations, and better long-term results.
Saturday (8 contact hours)
8:15-8:30 Registration, light refreshments
8:30-9:30 Round Table Discussion: Experiences Implementing ZenShuk techniques
9:30-10:30 Applying Epigenetics to clinical practice
10:30-12:30 Role of emotions, mental scripts, & avoidance behavior in musculoskeletal pain
1:30-3:30 Applying mindfulness neuroscience research evidence into clinical practice
3:30-4:30 Developing compassion to improve patient-centered care & customer service
4:30-6:00 Addressing fear-avoidance behavior & psychosocial issues related to musculoskeletal movement dysfunction
Sunday (4 contact hours)
10:30-1:00 Implementing ZenShuk techniques with participant’s patient scenarios
- Creatively advance daily self-care routine to improve productivity, to improve customer service, to avoid occupational burn, and remain focused and centered while interacting with patients and co-workers.
- Demonstrate improved self-awareness and ability to implement mindfulness exercises into daily clinical practice to reduce patients’ fear-avoidance behaviors.
- Demonstrate the ability to use intuition in developing a plan of care for patients with chronic and complex musculoskeletal movement dysfunctions.
- Develop a plan of care and implement treatment interventions that empower patients to take responsibility for their healing and living a valued life through education, improving mind-body awareness, and creating an open patient-centered patient-clinician relationship.