Forgiveness the Greatest Healer of All
One of Jerry and Diane's favorite definitions is "Forgiveness means giving up all hopes for a better past!". In this session they will explore some of the following:
- What ways are available to us to let go of a painful past in order to live fully in the present?
- What are the self made blocks to why we don't forgive?
- What role does forgiveness play in health and healing?
- Explore the toxicity of the unforgiving mind as the root of unhappiness and how to identify and remove the obstacles to forgiveness through The Stepping Stones.
Gerald G. Jampolsky, M.D. is a child and adult psychiatrist and a graduate of Stanford Medical School and former faculty member of the University of California School of Medicine in San Francisco. He is the pioneer Founder of Attitudinal Healing. In 2005 he was the recipient of the prestigious Excellence in Medicine - Pride in the Profession Award from the American Medical Association for this widespread, cross-cultural, groundbreaking work. In 1975 he established the original Center for Attitudinal Healing (CAH) where children, adolescents, and adults with life threatening illnesses and grief and loss found peace of mind through the first Peer Support Group Model that transformed them and their families. Today, there are independent CAH innovating Attitudinal Healing in all aspects of life’s challenges in dozens of countries on five continents. He and Diane Cirincione, Ph.D. are married and are best selling authors of several books. Diane V. Cirincione, Ph.D. is an internationally known lecturer and author as well as an entrepreneur with 40 years business experience. In addition to her B.S. Degree in Organizational Behavior, she holds a Masters in Counseling Psychology and Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology. She serves on numerous Boards including as a Trustee on the World Business Academy. She is President of the Jampolsky Outreach Foundation and Co-Founder with Dr. Jampolsky of Attitudinal Healing International, an educational and support organization working with and mentoring independent Centers for Attitudinal Healing as well as other organizations adapting this work globally. They are co-authors of numerous best selling books and audio programs. They have been invited to lecture and consult together for over 35 years in 60 countries where they have received numerous international awards. Both are members of the adjunct faculty of the John A. Burns School of Medicine – University of Hawaii.