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Is Your Story Making You Sick? A Deep Dive Into the Film Reshaping Recovery (be sure to watch the documentary prior to the webinar)
Watch the documentary here: https://www.story.movie/c4webinar

Live Q&A with the filmmakers of the feature documentary film “Is Your Story Making You Sick?” which chronicles eight people from all walks of life as they bravely confront their stories and work through a variety of stress-related illnesses including depression, anxiety, addictions, and PTSD. Like all people, these courageous participants carry the imprint of their past within their body-mind system. That imprint is their story. It determines their emotions and can even make them sick. Using a variety of psychotherapeutic modalities including ethics-based mindfulness, meditation, somatic experiencing, shamanic practices, shadow and dream work, and more, facilitators guide the group to higher perspectives, a new story, change, and healing. Expert interviews of Dr. Gabor Mate, Dr. Dan Siegel, Ellen Langer PhD, Carl Hart PhD, Bruce Lipton PhD, Dr. Lissa Rankin, Dr. Ann Marie Chiasson, Eric Garland PhD, and others, inject credible science into the narrative. Learn from the film’s program director, Dr. Mark Pirtle, ask questions, and take home an evidence-based framework for narrative medicine you can immediately use with your clients.

Oct 2, 2019 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Mark Pirtle, DPT
Mark Pirtle, DPT is a producer and writer and a pioneer in integral thinking in stress relief and recovery. He is a clinician, writer, public speaker, filmmaker, and true “innerpreneur.” He connects the dots between science, wellness, and spirituality. Dr. Pirtle tirelessly updates his understanding of the latest science to help others change and heal. Combining the disciplines of integral and living systems theories, neuroscience, positive psychology, and mindfulness meditation, he developed an evidence-based program for people suffering from stress-related conditions calls SkillfullyAware®. Dr. Pirtle teaches attunement skills, through the use of meditation and mindfulness, to empower his clients to work towards a healthier relationship with themselves, others and the world. Dr. Pirtle works with clients privately, hosts retreats, and teaches for the Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine Fellowship Program.
Nick Kelso
Impact Producer Nick Kelso has more than a dozen years of experience empowering underserved populations and ideas through grassroots movements with nonprofits, arts-focused startups, and community organizations. With Is Your Story Making You Sick? he hopes to widely destigmatize the long shadows of addiction and trauma through the healing power of story.