Thursday, July 24, 2014

Human Centering: Enhancing Success in Health Care Situations

Presentation at The Institute of Holistic Leadership  with Pat Jonas, MD  August, 2014

Introductions: Megatrends, Avoiding "Non-Compliance"

Centering: Patient, Payment, Physician, Hypnotherapist, Health System, Public Health, Human

Human Centering:            What it is

                                             What it Does

                                             Why it’s important
Where and/ or when human centering may be beneficial?
How to do it:  Notice how you use your five senses.  Which one leads?
               Become Wholehearted by balancing the autonomic nervous system (“The Mommy Heart”)
P O L A R to another person in dialog  whole (sort of) wholehearted
Notice:   Assumptions, Context of them and you, Process of them and you
Human Centered Health Home (HCHH) Process for dyad
Holistic Strategies for Human Centering
               Mind-Body Therapies
               Body Work
               Energy Work (Overtones – one of the secrets)
How to use Human Centering
               In Health Care Engagement as patient/client or practitioner (working and caring)

               In HC System as visitor- e.g., in a hospital (working and caring)

               With a friend who has health problem

Human Centered Health Care (HC)2
               Context of dyad

               Process of R P C D C R

Heart to Heart Rapport
               Trance A to Trance B
               Rapport: Human to Human, Heart to Heart
               Dialog: Wilber’s Four Quadrants from A Brief History of Everything by Ken Wilber
               Human Connection: P O L A R to Explore, Understand and Act   P I E S x L L W
The Art of Health Care by Bill Anthony, The Art of Helping by Robert Carkhuff
The Structure of Magic Volumes I and II by Richard Bandler and John Grinder
Consulting with NLP by Lewis Walker
Hands of Light by Barbara Brennan, Wheels of Light by Rosalyn Bruyere for Quick Coherence Technique numerous blog posts: HCHH and process of care in Family Medicine

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