Dr. O’Grady conducts keynote presentations and workshops, designs curriculum and does coach training for health professionals and patients, and groups of any kind on the topic of revolutionizing self care or the coaching method. She has spoken at Universities, schools, temples, parishes, non-profits, for-profits, and individual homes. She has designed and taught several graduate level courses on coaching.
Listen to Pacifica Radio interview guest Eileen O’Grady with host Barbara Glickstein on Health Styles, WBAI Radio.
Do you find yourself setting goals, only to once again be disappointed that you did not achieve them? Learn the immediately useful science on how successful people set and achieve their most important goals. You will leave with proven tools and strategies that will help you to stay on course. Willpower is not enough for successful goal attainment. Gain knowledge on how to locate your North Star, how habit formation actually occurs and more. Take away specific action steps to make that New Year’s Resolution stick, no matter what time of the year it is!
This activity has been submitted to the American Holistic Nurses Association for approval to award 2 contact hours (expiration February 2020). The American Holistic Nurses Association is accredited as an approver of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.The Planners and Presenters of this activity have no relationships with a Commercial Interest Organization relative to the content of this educational activity.
Life places unrelenting demands on our time and resources and often our own needs go untended, leaving us feeling stressed and unfulfilled. Learn about actionable tools to take control over what you can, including how to practice extreme self-care, despite unrelenting demand. Explore the elements of well-being, identify the traps that pull you in all directions and add stress to your life. We will look at the differences between self-care and selfishness, identify bedrock behaviors, and learn tools to set boundaries that allow us to reduce stress and live a purposeful life. You will create new boundaries, commit to self-serving behaviors and identify an accountability partner to keep you moving forward with intention and less stress.
This activity has been submitted to the American Holistic Nurses Association for approval to award 2 contact hours (expiration February 2020). The American Holistic Nurses Association is accredited as an approver of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. The Planners and Presenters of this activity have no relationships with a Commercial Interest Organization relative to the content of this educational activity.
We all encounter difficult people whether it’s at work, at home, on social media and more. We often employ ineffective strategies such as avoidance to get out of it as soon as possible. But learning how to interact with the difficult people in our lives greatly reduces stress and leads to high level wellness. You will learn pragmatic ways to identify and triage the various types difficult others, including toxicity, emotional vampires, power struggles, and bullies, using proven techniques. Knowing how to interact with difficult people and remedy the unwanted behavior in our lives greatly reduces corrosive stress, and leads to high level wellness.
For many people, weight loss is an unending battle that affects more than just our physical well- being. Discuss common myths about being overweight/obesity and present emerging science on how to address problems associated with food and eating patterns. We will explore issues such as food addiction, binging, cravings, emotional eating, brain plasticity, and teach you practical skills that will allow you to interrupt these patterns. Each person will leave with a deeper understanding of themselves in addition to remedies to empower you to take charge of your relationship with food and eating. Put an end to deprivation diets and embrace a healthy relationship that’s “right” and “real” with eating food. Retreat led by Eileen O'Grady and Vernice Jones
Lunch will be provided.
Many of us find ourselves in unwanted jobs or relationships, but the task of effecting change can be daunting. Explore your desired goals that up until now you have bene unable to reach and identify what is sabotaging your best intentions. We will uncover the hidden forces that hold you back and behaviors that will have you looking forward to change. We will help you create a detailed plan to overcome stuck behavior, identify an accountability plan, and move you towards your goals that have so far been unattainable.
This is an all day retreat incorporating all 4 workshop offerings (above) in one day.
• Got New Year’s Resolutions? How to Make Them Stick
• Mastering “ME”
• He Did What? Dealing with Difficult People
• The Art and Science of Getting Unstuck: Demystifying Change
All of us are faced with difficulties and challenges that can test our resilience and impede or ability to live a happy and fulfilling life. Reaching one’s greatest potential requires gathering motivation and resilience tools that you can use to navigate healthfully through trying times. You will explore theories and practices that energize you, help you say “YES” to what is important and “NO” to the things that drain you. You will distinguish between self-care and selfishness, and learn how to set and attain your own goals, how to use your strengths more creatively, build your emotional intelligence, and rebalance your life when it goes off kilter. Making long lasting, intentional change in life requires applying strong and personalized evidence-based tools. These become immediately useful in habit formation. Ample time for discussion will be provided.
Lunch Is provided
9:05-11: 00 Got New Year’s Resolutions? How to Make Them Stick (115 Minutes)
11:00-11:15 Break (15 minutes)
11:15 -1:15 Mastering “ME” (over lunch) (115 Minutes)
1:15-1:25 Break (10 Minutes)
1:25-3:20 He Did What? Dealing with Difficult People (115 Minutes)
3:20-3:35 Break (15 minutes)
3:35-5:30 The Art and Science of Getting Unstuck (115 Minutes)
5:30-6:00 Evaluation (20 Minutes) and Closing
A Preconference Workshop
Reaching one’s greatest potential requires gathering motivation and resilience tools you can use to navigate healthfully through trying times. You will explore theories and practices that energize you, help you say ‘yes’ to what is important and ‘no’ to the things that drain you. You will distinguish selfishness from self-care and learn how to set and attain your own goals, how to use your strengths more creatively, build your emotional intelligence and rebalance your life when it goes off kilter. Making long lasting, intentional change in life requires applying strong and personalized evidence-based tools which are immediately useful in habit formation
If patient engagement is the new “blockbuster drug”, coaching is the delivery system. This session will present practical evidence-based coaching strategies to gather patient motivation, identify learning needs and barriers, set goals and build accountability. The evidence base on goal attainment and how to more effectively engage patients will be emphasized.
The purpose of the retreat is to singularly focus on the personal and professional growth in caring for the self and for each attendee to build a plan that reflects their most important values. Each person will leave with a sense of duty to make their own health, wellness and wholeness, not only possible, but a priority.
This half day retreat that will teach you to:
• gather motivation and set goals to make permanent lifestyle changes
• deploy your own cycle of renewal
• interrupt the patterns that add stress to your life
• set boundaries and create your own personal policies
• master habit formation
• learn the art of self-care, and so much more!
Retreat directors: Drs. Eileen O'Grady and Jean Johnson.
Become the CEO of your Whole Life
Opening Keynote: Self Care for the Busy Clinician
Opening Keynote /2 breakout sessions on 7/12/18
Become the CEO of your Dissertation (for Earth Science Graduate Students)
Positive Psychology to Self-treat Anxiety and Depression.
Learn actionable tools to combat runaway anxiety and depression including the science of positive psychology, happiness habits, how to shut down difficult others and other sources of stress. Happiness hacks will be presented to empower you to challenge the thoughts and behaviors that limit your self-worth and effectiveness in the world. Grow into a master of self-care and self-regulation. Build your own emotional intelligence skills and recognize patterns in your life that need interruption.
Defining Balance for Earth Scientists