Our Presenter: Cynthia Loving, Clinical Aromatherapist, Licensed Massage & Bodywork Therapist
Topic: Easing Anxiety in Institutional Settings
March 20, 2013
About the Teleseminar
Anytime one is taken out of their familiar settings they experience some level of stress. Apprehension of the unknown, even if the change is voluntary, is quite common. When the transition is thrust upon one, extreme anxiety frequently sets in. It doesn't matter if the move is to a nursing home, a center for those with dementia, a rehab center, or a jail - the response is usually the same.
There are many essential oils and blends that can address anxiety. We will be discussing some of the more common oils and the blends we have made and have used in more unusual situations
Meet Cynthia Loving
Cynthia Loving is an international instructor in the clinical uses of essential oils and a Licensed Massage and Bodywork Therapist with a private practice in Greensboro, North Carolina specializing in integrative healthy care. She lectures in Medical Schools and other educational settings, hospitals, professional groups and organizations, and serves as a consultant to individuals and a wide range of professionals from many different arenas. She is owner of LovingScents, a retail and wholesale provider of quality essential oils and a wide array of aromatherapy associated products. She purchased Scents-ible Solutions from Jackie Farnell in 2011. This program was initially designed to address the needs of persons with Alzheimer's and other forms of dementia and is now being used in a wide variety of settings.
Cynthia's varied background ranging from forensic psychiatry, addictions, mental retardation, personal growth seminars, governmental lobbying to Cross Cultural Healing enhances her ability to work with people from many walks of life.
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