December 28th 2019
The world knows of people with the utmost physical disability to rise and contribute to humanity like Helen Keller and Stephen Hawking. How was it possible? Does a greater mental power unleash by taking take care of physical disability with loving touch and physiotherapy?
What is the theory of attachment and connections? Can a mother’s handling of her foetus and infant unleash a stronger humanity whose foundation is based on love and inner confidence?
How can one use the environment as a distraction to heal trauma and heal the body?
Please tune in to listen to all this and more in the webinar by Dr. Snehal Deshpande.
Speaker : Dr. Snehal Deshpande is a developmental therapist and wellness coach, and comes with more than two decades of experience in the field of paediatric physiotherapy. Her successful entrepreneurship has helped her set up specialist multidisciplinary centres throughout India which focus on rehabilitation, education and research. In addition to the many awards she has received for her work and academic achievements, she also runs numerous workshops for health care professionals, making her a popular advocate for her profession on TV and other media.
Dr. Snehal Deshpande is a Heartfulness trainer and Director of CME services, India which delivers curated and customized programs in medical institutions all over India. She has enjoyed practicing the method for over sixteen years. She has given many inspirational talks, workshops and interactive sessions on Heartfulness to a wide variety of groups and she has delivered self-development programs for young people aged 18-30.
Overview and Takeaway:
- Importance of touch in new-born.
- Theory of connections and attachments.
- Rewriting a circumstance of physical disability to a powerful situation of mental strength.
- Body – Mind- Brain – The connection in healing trauma.