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LIVE event | April 18, 2020

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Join us for a truly Connected Conference!

As a result of the recent COVID-19 crisis, we are updating our conference information on a daily basis.    Here is what we know for sure...

First, because we are no longer planning in-person live events, we will have more opportunities to share both Livestream and pre-recorded content from our expert scientists and thought leaders. 

Second, because we want to share this information with as many people as possible during these particularly stress-filled times, we are offering the program completely free for the month of April, and hoping that we can extend that for the entire year. We will be relying on our partners and sponsors to ensure our commitment to share this content without disruption, so if you are able to support our initiative there will be an opportunity to donate for our Virtual First Responder™ Initiative here and throughout the event. 

We are adding expert sessions, free gifts and bonus training opportunities everyday, and soon we'll be sending you regular updates.  So please be sure to REGISTER NOW for the FREE event, and we will send details as soon as we have them.

Stay healthy, safe, and optimistic. We are better together!

Meet Our Speakers

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HOST: HEIDI HANNA, PhD

 Brain Fitness Researcher, Instructor
Coming to Your Senses
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EVIAN GORDON, MD, PhD

Integrative Neuroscientist
Circuit-Break Your Stress
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SHELLEY CARSON, PhD

Harvard Lecturer, Scientist
The Social Brain & Resilience
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STEPHEN PORGES, PhD

Scientist, Polyvagal Theory 
The Neuroscience of Safety
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RICHARD GEVIRTZ, PhD

Professor of Psychology, Scientist
Heart Rate Variability for Resilience
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JOAN ROSENBERG, PhD

Clinical Psychologist, Instructor
Dealing with Difficult Feelings
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SHELLEY HARRELL, PhD

Professor of Psychology, Researcher
Healing Racial Stress & Intergenerational Trauma
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KEN NOWACK, PhD

Consultant, Researcher 
The Neurobiology of Habits
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Erin Dunn, ScD, MPH

Social & Psychiatric Epidemiologist
Frontiers in Stress Research
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AATH SoCal CHAPTER

 Healthy Humor for Radical Resilience
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RESEARCH PANEL 

Future Directions for Stress Research
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SPECIAL TRIBUTE TO

BRUCE MCEWEN, PhD

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MICHAEL BREUS, PhD

Sleep Doctor, Clinical Psychologist
How to Sleep More Soundly with Stress
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SRINI PILLAY, MD

Psychiatrist, Brain Researcher
Using Creativity to Cultivate Calm

Our Mission

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Explore and uncover the root causes of distress 

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Educate on the power of the mind-body connection

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Share hope and healing through awareness of the new neuroscience of stress

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Encourage deeper mindfulness about our relationships with stress

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Provide tools to use stress for positive change and sustainable success

Multiple Ways to Participate, Live In-Person and Online

Free Live Summit
Access Pass

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Register now to experience all live, online GSS content on April 18 - 19

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Are you able to help us shift stress for good?

If you'd like to support our Global Stress Summit and Virtual First Responder™ Initiative, we'd love to invite you to partner with us right away. Please contact us for more information on the various partnership programs, for this event and throughout the year. 

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In Memory of Dr. Bruce McEwen

This year, we will be honoring our dear friend and colleague, the late Dr. Bruce McEwen.  We are so grateful for the support Dr. McEwen provided to our summit over the last 3 years. It is our sincere desire to make this year's summit a tribute to his amazing work and generous spirit, as we continue to share and expand upon his groundbreaking research and innovation.  

To donate to the recently established Bruce McEwen Scholarship Fund, please CLICK HERE

Thank You to Our Sponsors and Partners

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