“The Role Of Authenticity in Healing”- RiverBirch Event: May 29, 2013

 

The Role of Authenticity in Healing

“Finding One’s Voice”

3 Women Physicians Share Their Stories

Offered Through: The RiverBirch Project: Women, Leadership and Life!

Wednesday May 29, 2013
5:30pm- Refreshments and Networking 6:00-8:00pm Program

SHS, True Family Women’s Cancer Center, 6th Floor Lobby, Arnold Pavilion
1221 Madison Street

An evening with:

  • Patricia Dawson, MD
    Surgeon, Author “Forged by the Knife”, Medical Director, Swedish True Family Women’s Cancer Center
  • Astrid Pujari, MD
    Integrative Medicine, Author of “The Healthy Back Book” and the “The Healthy Knees Book,” Founder, the Pujari Center
  • Julia Smith, MD
    former Internist, Somatic Educator, Personal Development Facilitator and Coach – advocating a “learning and development” view of life, health and well being

Each physician shares her own story, and reflects on patient’s stories, about the connection between finding one’s true nature and its role in dis-ease… and healing. Followed by Q & A with our physician presenters, and a guided discussion for your own reflection and work-life planning.

RSVP First come first served, up to 35 participants. These events fill fast, respond soon! Registration via evite. For further information, or for the evite link, contact Lynn at 206.232.0598, or lynn@lynnhagerman.com

We look forward to seeing you!