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October 10th, 2020



$87 All-Access Includes LIVE Q+A and
All Sessions On-Demand for 2 Weeks

Wellness Reset is a one-day virtual summit inspiring you to take control of your emotional, career, and relationship wellness right from the comfort of your own home.

Dr. Ross Nelson
Virtual Host & Founder
Welleo Health

18 Unique Sessions to Inspire Your:

Balancing our emotions, careers, and relationships is tough work. Especially now, as most of us work from home and navigate the stressors of life during a global pandemic.

If you desire expert insights for navigating life’s greatest stressors, this summit is for you. Whether or not you’ve experienced counseling or therapy, you’ll leave with new ideas and real-life strategies for feeling well in your mind, career, and relationships.

3 Summit Themes

We’ve crafted a full day of inspiration on three key themes:

Emotional Wellness

Looking to manage stress, tolerate uncertainty, and boost self-confidence? Our sessions on anxiety, depression, insomnia, and mindfulness offer helpful techniques that anyone can practice.

Career Wellness

Feeling stressed, unmotivated, or distracted at work?  Especially in these unprecedented times, many employees battle burnout, imposter syndrome, and workplace stress. We’re here to help!

Relationship Wellness

Striving to build and maintain healthy, balanced relationships? We’re sharing actionable ways to navigate communication, intimacy, codependency, parenting, and more.

5 Great Reasons to Attend

  • 18 experts will offer profound insights through a mix of interviews, keynotes, panel discussions, presentations, and anonymous Q&A sessions.
  • Although we created three themes, you can attend any of the sessions across the themes—just choose the ones you’re most interested in!
  • Unable to choose between two sessions happening at the same time? Want to rewatch a session? Couldn’t make the summit? No problem! Your All-Access Pass includes 2 weeks of recorded access to all 17 hours of expert mental health content!
  • If that’s not enough, you’ll also receive an eBook packed with insights from the day’s events.
  • Plus, for every pass sold, we will donate a pass to a community mental health clinic or non-profit organization.

Keynote Speakers

Dr. David Burns is considered a founder of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT)—one of the most important developments of 20th-century psychiatry and psychology. Dr. Burns is a renowned psychiatrist and thought-leader, known also for his best-selling books Feeling Good: The New Mood Therapy. In his presentation, he’ll share how to establish daily habits to improve your mental health with his most recent framework, TEAM-CBT.

Dr. Hayes is a Nevada Foundation Professor of Psychology at the University of Nevada. An author of 46 books and nearly 650 scientific articles, he is especially known as the founder of “Acceptance and Commitment Therapy” or “ACT” which is one of the most widely used and researched new methods of psychological intervention over the last 20 years.

One Day Can Change Everything

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Wellness Reset is here to change that. Too many of us struggle in silence or shame or lack of resources to reach out for help. Meanwhile, research is indicating that over 53% of us are experiencing stress and anxiety due to COVID-19.  We’re gathering top experts who will provide you with practical tips and self-help tools to elevate your mental health, career & relationships.

We understand life can be busy and scheduling a whole day can be challenging during these unusual times.  All of our sessions will be made available for attendees on-demand for 2 weeks following the summit.

Summit Schedule

October 10, 2020: 8 AM – 5 PM PST

  • 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM Opening Keynote: From Feeling Good to Feeling Great!

    Presenter: Dr. David Burns

    Dr. Burns will show people how to break out of bad moods quickly, and will feature seven brief video clips of a dramatic and inspiring treatment session with a woman who felt like she was a failure as a mother.

  • 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM Change the way you think to change the way you feel!

    Presenter: Dr. Jill Levitt

    In this presentation you will learn strategies to identify and change your negative and anxious thoughts so that you can feel better. It turns out that it is not the events of our lives that directly impact our mood, it is what we tell ourselves that lead us to feel anxious or depressed. Do you ever tell yourself, “I should be better than I am” or “If I mess this up, everyone will look down on me,” or “I wasn’t invited to that party, it’s because no one likes me?” I will teach you how to identify your negative or anxious thinking patterns and I will show you some fun and effective tools to change your thinking so you can feel better.

  • 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM Change what you are doing to change the way you feel!

    Presenter: Mike Christensen

    IIn this session we will explore four strategies you can employ to break free from feeling down in life, feeling anxious around others, or feeling stuck in your procrastination. Building on Dr. Burns groundbreaking motivation and cognitive work, I will be sharing some of my personal journey and the powerful techniques you can use to can bring energy, joy and productivity in your life.

  • 11:30am - 12:30pm Special Symposium: Addressing Systemic Racism through Healing & Allyship

    Presenter: Dr. Danielle Cottonham

    The overall purpose of this session is to broaden the understanding of systemic racism and the role each of us play in addressing it. The session is designed for participants to leave with 1) increased awareness of the various ways racism manifests in society and in our inter and intrapersonal relationships, 2) concrete ways to actively engage in healing and allyship, and 3) resources to deepen learning on the theories and concepts introduced during the session. The only requirements are curiosity and a willingness to learn.

  • 12:30pm - 1:30pm CBT Tools for Social Anxiety and Shyness

    Presenter: Dr. Tejal Jakatdar

    Do you dream of having a better social life but don’t think you’re capable? Do you worry too much about what other people will think of you? Cognitive Behavioral Therapy has tools that can help you work through social anxiety and shyness. CBT is empirically supported and is highly effective. Join me to learn how your unhelpful thoughts and behaviors may be keeping you stuck and most importantly, how to get unstuck. You will learn hands-on tools to think differently and engage in social situations in ways you couldn’t before. These tools will help you have more meaningful interpersonal relationships, help you with dating and interviews, and you will learn to be appropriately assertive. Finally, these tools will be in your toolkit for the rest of your lives!

    The “C” in the CBT – I will teach you to identify unhelpful thinking patterns and techniques for challenging them. This will help you change the lenses through which you view the world.

    The “B” in the CBT – I will help you make a list of social situations that you would like to work on. Then, I’ll walk you through how to navigate them while setting very measurable and concrete goals.

  • 1:30pm - 2:30pm How the present moment can drastically change your life for the better

    Presenter: Dr. Christiane Wolf

    Life is stressful. Not always, but more often than we’d prefer. But we are often not aware how we make life a lot harder and more stressful by rehashing the past and anticipating the future. Practices of present moment awareness and self-kindness help to reduce this extra baggage for more ease, joy and resilience.

  • 3:00pm - 4:00pm The Science of Sleep - Secrets to Peak Performance

    Presenter: Dr. Daniel Jin Blum

    Are you or someone you know struggling with sleep? Come learn about the science of sleep with Dr. Daniel Jin Blum. He will be sharing the amazing benefits of healthy sleep, common sleep myths, and how to improve your health through better sleep.

  • 4:00 PM - 4:50 PM Closing Keynote: How To Own Your Own Values

    Presenter: Dr. Steven Hayes

    Our cultural conversation confuses values with wants, goals, desires, virtues, or preferences. The guidance needed to own your own values is largely absent. In this talk it will show that you cannot be clear about values choices without also knowing how to relate to your own emotions, thoughts, and sense of self in a flexible way. I will describe a small set of steps that will empower your ability to embrace the qualities of being and doing that you choose to manifest in your life’s moments, and I will show why this matters to your psychological well being, relationships, and career.

  • 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM Opening Keynote: From Feeling Good to Feeling Great!

    Presenter: Dr. David Burns

    Dr. Burns will show people how to break out of bad moods quickly, and will feature seven brief video clips of a dramatic and inspiring treatment session with a woman who felt like she was a failure as a mother.

  • 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM Overcoming Perfectionism

    Presenter: Dr. G. Dawn Lawhon

    In job interviews, many of us have said that our greatest weakness was perfectionism. And we were not wrong! Research finds that being extremely perfectionistic is associated with increased self-doubt, higher stress levels, and lower openness to new experience, all of which make it more difficult to achieve excellence. In this session, you will learn mindset and behavioral strategies that you can use to overcome perfectionism so that you can feel more confident and competent at work and beyond.

  • 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM Compassionate Mind Training For Addressing Career Stress

    Presenter: Dr. Yotam Heineberg

    In this session, Dr. Heineberg will offer participants skills for coping with these challenging times in the workplace, including some core grounding and emotional regulation techniques that focus on befriending your ‘thinking mind’. Using the Compassionate Mind Training model (based on Compassion Focused Therapy, CFT) The workshop will address the brain’s fears and blocks that can keep us from connecting with others and ways to overcome these difficulties.

  • 11:30am - 12:30pm Special Symposium: Addressing Systemic Racism through Healing & Allyship

    Presenter: Dr. Danielle Cottonham

    The overall purpose of this session is to broaden the understanding of systemic racism and the role each of us play in addressing it. The session is designed for participants to leave with 1) increased awareness of the various ways racism manifests in society and in our inter and intrapersonal relationships, 2) concrete ways to actively engage in healing and allyship, and 3) resources to deepen learning on the theories and concepts introduced during the session. The only requirements are curiosity and a willingness to learn.

  • 12:30pm - 1:30pm Yes, And...: Improv Techniques to Improve Your Life

    Presenters: Ted DesMaisons and Lisa Rowland

    The art of improvisation offers far more than comedy, encouraging an embodied presence that breeds courage, connection, and creativity. We learn to pay acute attention and to delight in the discovery of each moment. We take joyful care of those around us. In short: improv makes life–and us–better.

    This active and contemplative workshop explores the wisdom of improvisation from the inside out. We’ll create an experiential learning lab that sharpens self-awareness and revitalizes relationship with the wider world. You’ll probably laugh a lot. And you’ll almost certainly return to your world with new eyes and a refreshed sense of possibility and vitality.

  • 1:30pm - 2:30pm The Impostor Phenomenon

    Presenter: Dr. Pauline Clance

    The Impostor Phenomenon (IP), popularly known as the impostor syndrome, has been nationally and internationally researched for decades. In this session, Dr. Pauline Clance sits down for a (virtual) interview with Dr. Ross Nelson to discuss her own journey through impostor phenomenon as well as practical techniques individuals can begin to use to improve negative thoughts and feelings associated with this unique challenge.

  • 3:00 PM - 4:00pm Beating Burnout

    Presenter: Dr. Jacinta Jimenez

    It is no secret that burnout has become a widespread epidemic. In fact, a recent Deloitte survey found that 77% of respondents have experienced burnout in their current job, and in May 2019, the World Health Organization recognized burnout as an occupational phenomenon.

    With the onset of COVID-19, the blurry boundary between work and life has become non-existent overnight, leaving many even more susceptible to burnout. Accordingly, it is more important than ever to learn how to identify burnout and especially, how to buffer against it. Drawing from her deep knowledge of human behavior, Stanford University-trained psychologist and Board Certified Leadership Coach, Dr. Jacinta M. Jiménez, will deliver a presentation to reveal 3 key science-backed steps to address burnout in uncertain times:

    Recognize: What exactly is burnout and how to monitor for it.

    Respond: Strategies and tips for recovery from burnout.

    Reduce: How to build out a resilience practice plan to buffer against burnout.

  • 4:00 PM - 4:50 PM Closing Keynote: How To Own Your Own Values

    Presenter: Dr. Steven Hayes

    Our cultural conversation confuses values with wants, goals, desires, virtues, or preferences. The guidance needed to own your own values is largely absent. In this talk it will show that you cannot be clear about values choices without also knowing how to relate to your own emotions, thoughts, and sense of self in a flexible way. I will describe a small set of steps that will empower your ability to embrace the qualities of being and doing that you choose to manifest in your life’s moments, and I will show why this matters to your psychological well being, relationships, and career.

  • 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM Opening Keynote: From Feeling Good to Feeling Great!

    Presenter: Dr. David Burns

    Dr. Burns will show people how to break out of bad moods quickly, and will feature seven brief video clips of a dramatic and inspiring treatment session with a woman who felt like she was a failure as a mother.

  • 9:00am- 10:00am Reset Your Codependent Relationships

    Presenter: Dr. Charles Nelson

    Some people will go to any length to “fix” loved ones, but won’t do the same for themselves. This is just one sign of co-dependency? Let’s “look under the hood” of co-dependency and discover how it blinds people from seeing their condition…even when such thoughts and behaviors devastate their relationships. When people finally experience the buckling weight of their co-dependency, they often discover that this “condition” had also been crushing their well-being. Let’s learn tools for recognizing and breaking the patterns that bind us to co-dependence. Let’s learn healthy boundaries to “reset” the thinking patterns behind such co-dependent behavior.

  • 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM Developing Positive Peer Relationships and Social Skills in Your Children

    Presenter: Dr. Nicole Brown

    Social skills are the skills we use daily to communicate and interact with people. Through interactions with others children learn to develop relationships, handle conflict, and develop self-awareness skills. In this workshop participants will learn ways they can help enhance their child’s social development at different ages.

  • 11:30 AM- 12:30 PM Special Symposium: Addressing Systemic Racism through Healing & Allyship

    Presenter: Dr. Danielle Cottonham

    The overall purpose of this session is to broaden the understanding of systemic racism and the role each of us play in addressing it. The session is designed for participants to leave with 1) increased awareness of the various ways racism manifests in society and in our inter and intrapersonal relationships, 2) concrete ways to actively engage in healing and allyship, and 3) resources to deepen learning on the theories and concepts introduced during the session. The only requirements are curiosity and a willingness to learn.

  • 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM Relationship D.I.Y. - Research-based tips to survive COVID

    Presenter: Sinead Smyth, LMFT

    In 2020, our most important relationships are being challenged and stressed as never before. What makes some relationships stay on track, and others, drive off a cliff? We have learned from Dr. John Gottman’s 40+ years of research what works and doesn’t work in relationships. The key findings boil down to the following: treating your partner like a good friend, handling conflicts in gentle and positive ways, and being able to repair conflicts and negative interactions. How to do that when we have too much togetherness, tempers are short and we are bored, worried, and anxious? Join me for some practical research-based ways you can prevent relationship meltdown and continue to have a thriving and satisfying connection with your partner.

  • 1:30pm - 2:30pm Improve Your Intimacy and Sexual Relationship

    Presenter: Isharna Walsh

    Join Coral’s founder for a deep dive into how the pandemic is affecting our sex lives and what we can do about it. Hint: for most of us, it’s no aphrodisiac! She’ll cover what the research is showing, and will share clear and actionable tips for turning this stressful time into a sexier time.

  • 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM Navigating Charged Conversations

    Presenter: Garni Thomas, MA

    Visible to us or not, we can be sure that everyone is facing sweeping, significant and difficult change. Many struggles are rooted in “taboo topics” like finances, politics, race, gender, health and more. It can be daunting to approach these topics. In this session, we’ll deepen concepts introduced by Sinead Smyth in her presentation and share tips for effectively moving through challenging and emotionally charged conversations. With a goal of creating commonality and connection, you will learn to use Gottman Method tools based in over 40 years of research by Dr. John Gottman.

  • 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Closing Keynote: How To Own Your Own Values

    Presenter: Dr. Steven Hayes

    Our cultural conversation confuses values with wants, goals, desires, virtues, or preferences. The guidance needed to own your own values is largely absent. In this talk it will show that you cannot be clear about values choices without also knowing how to relate to your own emotions, thoughts, and sense of self in a flexible way. I will describe a small set of steps that will empower your ability to embrace the qualities of being and doing that you choose to manifest in your life’s moments, and I will show why this matters to your psychological well being, relationships, and career.

Summit Presenters

Dr. Daniel Blum

Author - Sleep Wise

Dr. Blum, PhD, is a sleep psychologist and researcher at Stanford University and NYU Shanghai where he provides trainings on behavioral sleep medicine. An expert in cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia, Dr. Blum trained at UC Berkeley’s Sleep & Mood Research Clinic as well as Stanford’s Center for Sleep Sciences & Medicine, where he was…

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Dr. Nicole Brown

Founder and Executive Director of Learning Dynamics, Inc.

Dr. Brown is the founder and Executive Director of Learning Dynamics, a nonprofit that offers educational and mental health services in Central and Southern California. She earned her doctorate degree in Clinical Psychology at Pepperdine University. She has over 18 years of experience in human services delivery. Dr. Brown has worked in a variety of…

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Dr. David Burns

Founding Pioneer of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy

David D. Burns, MD is an Adjunct Clinical Professor Emeritus at the Stanford University Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences and has served as visiting scholar at Harvard Medical School. His best-selling book, Feeling Good: The New Mood Therapy, has sold more than five million copies worldwide. Many published research studies have indicated that 65%…

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Dr. Danielle Cottonham

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Clinical Lead at Lyra Health

Dr. Cottonham is a licensed psychologist in California and serves as the Clinical Lead for Lyra Health’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion initiatives and video therapy platform. Her clinical and research expertise include: PTSD and co-occurring substance use disorders, race-based traumatic stress and the impact of racial discrimination on mental health among minority communities, and culturally…

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Dr. Steven Hayes

Founder of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy

Steven C. Hayes is a Nevada Foundation Professor of Psychology at the University of Nevada. An author of 46 books and nearly 650 scientific articles, he is especially known for his work on “Acceptance and Commitment Therapy” or “ACT” which is one of the most widely used and researched new methods of psychological intervention over…

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Dr. Tejal Jakatdar

Founder of Willow Anxiety and OCD

Dr. Jakatdar is a clinical psychologist. She is the founder and director of a group private practice, Willow Anxiety and OCD located in Los Gatos, CA. Dr. Jakatdar is a Cognitive-Behavioral therapist and specializes in treating anxiety disorders, OCD and OC spectrum disorders, perfectionism, depression, and women’s health. Dr. Jakatdar received her doctoral degree in…

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Ted DesMaisons

Founder, Anima Learning and Authors - Playful Mindfulness

Ted DesMaisons has studied, performed, and taught improvisation internationally; trained with Jon Kabat-Zinn and others to teach Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR); and learned from British acting, voice, and presence coach Patsy Rodenburg. Ted co-hosts the Monster Baby Podcast (“a curious romp through the worlds of mindfulness and improvisation”) and is the author of the recently-published…

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Dr. Jacinta Jiménez

Author - The Burnout Fix

Dr. Jacinta M. Jiménez (also known as “Dr. J”) is an award-winning Psychologist and Board-Certified Leadership Coach with a 15+ year career dedicated to the betterment of leaders. She has worked with individuals in top organizations in Silicon Valley and throughout the world. A graduate of Stanford University as well as the PGSP-Stanford PsyD Consortium,…

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Dr. Jill Levitt

Director of Training at Feeling Good Institute

Dr. Jill Levitt is a licensed clinical psychologist who has been treating patients in private practice in New York City and the Bay Area for over 18 years. She is also the Director of Training at Feeling Good Institute, where their mission is to provide high-quality training in advanced Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to therapists and…

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Dr. G. Dawn Lawhon

Licensed Clinical Psychologist

Dr. G. Dawn Lawhon is a licensed clinical psychologist in private practice in California. She specializes in helping healthcare professionals and others in high-intensity careers to find new ways to think about and to take action around work-related stress so that they can feel more empowered, energetic, and effective in all parts of their lives….

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Garni Thomas

Level 3 Gottman Method Couples Therapist

Garni (garnay) is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in the East Bay of California. She holds a Master of the Arts in Counseling Psychology and her Master of Business Administration. She recently received her Diversity and Inclusion Certificate from Cornell University and is passionate about advancing racial equity and social justice. She enjoys the…

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Lisa Rowland

Artistic Director of BATS Improv

Lisa Rowland has been improvising for more than 15 years. Lisa is the Artistic Director of BATS Improv, Northern California’s most renowned improvisational theatre company, and a lecturer teaching improvisation in the Theatre and Performance Studies department of Stanford University. Lisa is a performer, teacher and trainer of improvisation and has lead improv-based trainings on…

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Dr. Ross Nelson

CEO and Founder of Welleo Health

Dr. Ross Nelson is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist with over 14 years experience providing a range of mental health services across diverse healthcare systems ranging from innovative startups, government agencies, large for-profit healthcare organizations, and non-profit mental health clinics.  He is the CEO and Founder of Welleo Health, a mental health virtual education company that…

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Dr. Christiane Wolf

Co-Founder of InsightLA’s MBSR Program

Christiane is an internationally respected Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) trainer and accredited to train and supervise MBSR teachers for the certification process of the Center for Mindfulness, University of Massachusetts Medical School. She teaches and trains both in the US and in Germany. She teaches from the heart of her own mindfulness practice, which began…

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Sinead Smyth

Master Trainer in Gottman Method Couples Therapy

Sinead Smyth, LMFT is a Master Trainer in the research-based Gottman Method Couples Therapy and is a Consultant with The Gottman Institute. She is the owner and Clinical Director of East Bay Relationship Center, in Pleasanton and Alameda, CA. Sinead works with individuals and groups seeking to improve their most important relationships. She trains therapists…

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Dr. Charles Nelson

Founder - Change With Direction

Charlie Nelson, Ph.D. is the founder/director of Change with Direction, an outpatient mental health facility. With 45 years in the field, Charlie is well-published…credited with writing the first book with “Co-dependency” in the title in 1982. Charlie is a recognized international trainer on co-dependency, chemical dependency, and trauma. He’s been a consultant to television/screenwriters regarding…

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Dr. Pauline Clance

Imposter Syndrome Expert

Pauline Rose Clance, Ph.D., is Professor Emerita of Psychology at Georgia State University where she taught in the Doctoral Clinical Program and was the first Senior Faculty Associate for the Advancement of Women. She is known for having coined the term “Impostor Phenomenon.” In 2012, she received an Honorary Doctorate in Science from Lynchburg College…

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Dr. Yotam Heineberg

Licensed Clinical Psychologist

Dr. Yotam Heineberg is a licensed clinical psychologist and a clinical faculty member at Palo Alto University’s Gronowski Center, where he offers supervision, clinical and didactic psychotherapy training in Compassion Focused Therapy (CFT), and other compassion focused approaches to healing and growth. Dr. Heineberg has acted as a Research Fellow at Stanford University with the Center for…

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Mike Christensen

Clinical Director, Feeling Good Institute Canada

Mike is a Registered Clinical Counsellor with the British Columbia Association of Clinical Counsellors and holds a Master of Arts in Counselling Psychology degree. Clinical Director of Feeling Good Institute Canada, Mike’s diverse background in business, community organizations, and family support roles has provided him with a wide array of experience in leadership, administration, parenting…

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Isharna Walsh

CEO and Founder of Coral

Isharna Walsh is the Founder/CEO of Coral, a venture-backed tech/wellness startup to help you improve your sexual knowledge, confidence and communication. Her business background includes roles at Boston Consulting Group, Steelhouse and Embark Ventures, after a term as Economic Advisor to the Australian Prime Minister and Cabinet. Born and educated in Australia (with study abroad…

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Your chance to ASK ANYTHING!

We know that publicly asking a question about mental health or relationships can be intimidating. That’s why at the Wellness Reset Summit, you can ask questions anonymously to our expert speakers. Our platform invites you to send a text during the interactive Q+A and receive expert advice on the spot!


OUR INSPIRATION

Mental Health for All.
Greater Investment – Greater Access.
Everyone. Everywhere.

Together we are stronger and together we can make a big difference all over the world. 

OUR ASPIRATION

Let us unify our voices in moving the mental health investment agenda for increased focus and access to mental health…this call to action will be strengthened through our alliances, collaborations, and partnerships to ensure that investment in mental health is prioritized, particularly during this time within the context of COVID-19.

OUR COMMITMENT

Welleo Health has joined the call, not just for a one-day event, but for a longer-term commitment at the individual level of mental health. Our journey begins by supporting the actions of the World Federation for Mental Health by focusing on individual mental well-being with a one-day virtual summit built around emotional, relationship, and career wellness.

A Special Invitation to Employers

Unaddressed mental illness is an underlying threat to employee productivity, retention, motivation, company culture, and so much more. Mental health struggles are on the rise during this pandemic. There’s never been a more important time for employers to step up and inspire their employees to take care of their emotional, career, and relationship health.

That’s why we’re inviting not only individuals to attend—we’re opening the door for employers to offer access to your employees. Invite them to experience a day packed full of big ideas and practical techniques for overcoming feelings of burnout, inadequacy, self-doubt, and overthinking—to name a few challenges that many professionals deal with on a day-to-day basis. Featuring sessions and talks by the world’s top experts in mental and workplace health, Wellness Reset will empower your teams to conquer challenges at work and at home.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Will the Wellness Reset be worth my time and money?

Yes! We believe the insights and techniques you will learn during the summit will be very beneficial.  We have asked our expert presenters to distill the most evidence-based methods and mindsets in the mental health and personal growth fields.  This will support your learning and make it easy to begin implementing the changes into your...

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What is mental health education?

Our virtual summits offer mental health education (often called “psychoeducation”).  Simply put – this is a way of delivering educational material related to emotional health and personal well being.  It is the process of offering and receiving information and resources to help you better understand your mental illness, and is designed to assist you in...

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I am a therapist/mental health professional. Do you offer Continuing Education Units (CEs)?

No.  We are not offering continuing education at this time. This event is for your health and well-being; however, we feel confident that you will learn evidence-based techniques that will benefit your practice! 😀

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Can I share my ticket login with a friend?

Unfortunately, your unique ticket will only work for one registration. If you share your Zoom summit link, you may not be able to login to the event.

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What platform will you be using for the summit?

All sessions and rooms will be streamed via YouTube LIVE.  Live recordings will be available immediately after the event.

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I purchased my All Access Pass on Eventbrite. When will I receive my ticket?

We will email your unique link(s) to the virtual summit 1 week before the event to the email address used for your ticket purchase on Eventbrite.

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Is my summit attendance anonymous? Will other attendees be able to see me and my name?

Yes, we honor and respect your privacy and have made this summit anonymous.  Other attendees will not be able to see the name, email address, or any additional information about those attending.

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What is your cancellation policy?

We allow ticket cancellations with full refunds up to 14 days before the summit.  Please make all cancellation requests on Eventbrite.com.  If you are no longer able to attend the live summit, we recommend watching the recorded sessions.  They will be made available the Monday after the summit and are available for 14 days after...

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