Please join us in the HVS Music Room for this essential evening as Dr. Kathleen Lazare, Cathy Sims-O’Neil, D.O. and Jude Neu, RN, present from their experience of practice an understanding of essential qualities of resilience in children’s health.
What is a Salutogenic approach to health and well being? If not treated correctly, childhood illness can hinder development. With inquiry we can discover the genesis of resilience, a strengthened immune system, and long-term health.
New challenges are meeting the children of our time. Increasing use of technology has become the dominant color in the fabric of our lives. We have become hardly aware of i-pads, smart phones, TV, recorded music, etc. and how they stimulate the nervous system of young and old. What effect can this be having on the children of today who have a developing nervous system?
Allowing children the time and space to be ill has far reaching healing results. In this presentation Drs. Kathleen Lazare and Cathy Sims-O’Neil will look at the deeper meaning of childhood illness and how it can be an antidote of the time we live in. Jude Neu, RN will demonstrate and discuss compresses to support the child through illness.
Donations of support gratefully accepted at the door.
Our presenters work at Collaborative Medical Arts in Chatham N.Y.:
Cathy Sims-O’Neil, D.O.: Neurologist, Co-Founder Collaborative Medical Arts, Chatham, NY offers Integrative Neurology
Kathleen DeRosa-Lazare, D.O.: Co-Founder Collaborative Medical Arts, Chatham, NY offers Family Medicine and Osteopathic Treatments is a consultant with faculty at HVS, and specializes in mistletoe therapy and end of life care.
Jude Neu, RN, ANS: Anthroposophic nurse midwife since 1980, offers anthroposophic external nursing treatments with herbal preparations used as wraps, compresses, poultices and inhalations.
Hawthorne Valley Waldorf School
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