Not everyone experiences stress the same, but everyone does feel the pressure that comes from not having enough time, energy or resources to get everything done. Yet, no one talks about it for fear of appearing disorganized or weak — but, there’s hope! During this summit, our researchers and thought leaders will teach you about the “new” science of stress, which shows that you can be in control of your experience!
The Global Stress Summit will help you:
- Recognize stress-related signs, symptoms and conditions
- Understand historical and present-day stress/resilience research
- Learn how stress can be harmful or helpful
- Practice important stress-management skills during each talk
- Gain simple, practical tools to build a more resilient brain and body
- Acquire the super-skill of using stress to optimize health and performance
Your host, Dr. Heidi Hanna, began her expedition into the world of stress science at the early age of 12 when she began to suffer from debilitating anxiety, depression, and panic attacks. With no medical explanation, she was forced to dive into mind-body research to try to put the puzzle pieces together. In this Global Stress Summit, Dr. Hanna interviews the very pioneering researchers and thought leaders who helped her learn how to utilize stress as a stimulus for growth rather than a trigger for burnout and breakdown, as she passionately encourages us to do the same.
Ron Minson, MD
Stress Solutions and the Power of Sound
Broadcasting Calm in the Midst of Chaos
Rollin McCraty, PhD
Heart Rate Variability and Resilience Training
Making Better Waves with Neurofeedback
Karyn Buxman, RN
What’s so Funny About Stress?
Shelley Carson, PhD
Stress, Depression and the Creative Brain
Stephen Porges, PhD
Developmental Stress and Rewiring Neurological Safety
Bart Billings, PhD
Combat Stress and Invisible Scars
The Highly Sensitive Entrepreneur
Daniel Amen, MD
Stress and the ADD Brain
Andrew Newberg, MD
Your Brain on God: Neuroscience of Spirituality
Robert Brooks, PhD
Raising Resilient Children
Arielle Ford and Brian Hilliard
Positively Resilient Relationships
Power of Tribe: Overcoming Challenges with Teamwork
Holly Lucille, ND, RN
Women, Stress and Your Most Important Relationship
Harnessing the Power of NeuroWisdom at Work
Reducing Stress and Optimizing Performance
Daniel Friedland, MD
Leading Well from Within
Stress in the C-Suite
Creating a Mindful Corporate Culture
Get Fit to Fight Cancer: Armor Up for Life
Michael Breus, PhD
Sleep Strategies for Stress Reduction
Be STRONG: Building Resilience with Physical Exercise
Resilience from Nutrition Throughout Your Lifespan
Susan Peirce-Thompson, PhD
De-Stress Your Diet
Turning Your Stress Mess into Your Message
The Miracle Mindset
Srini Pillay, PhD
Unlocking Anxiety and Fear
Rick Hanson, PhD
Hardwiring Happiness, Love and Resilience
Evian Gordon, MD, PhD
Neuroscience of Stress and Recovery
Ken Druck, PhD
Courageous Living: Turning Adversity into Opportunity
Ian Robertson, PhD
Stress Test and Performance Under Pressure
Herbert Benson, MD
Journey to the Relaxation Response
Robert Sapolsky, PhD
Why Zebras Don’t Get Ulcers!
Bruce McEwen, PhD
Stressed Vs. Stressed Out
Free Bonus Gifts
Register for The Global Stress Summit to get access to the following FREE Early Talks!
Free Gift 1
Expert Talk: Srini Pillay Unlocking Anxiety and Fear
- A remedy for “type 2” worry
- Difference between stress, worry and anxiety
- Practices to combat unconscious impacts of stress
Free Gift 2
Expert Talk: John Assaraf Reducing Stress and Optimizing Performance
- Learn to identify critical, high-impact tasks
- Discover why stress is self-imposed
- Determine what inspires you vs. what expires you
Free Gift 3
Expert Talk: Debbie Jeremiah Creating a Mindful Corporate Culture
- Benefits of virtual mindfulness sessions
- Implementing the “Mindful Leader” program
- Bonus video! Mindful Meetings
Free Gift 5
Recharge Book by Heidi Hanna
Train your brain to manage energy more efficiently and help sustain optimal health, happiness and performance. With your brain in an energized state, you’re able to bring your best attention and effort to the task at hand!
Also, get optional access to these Free Bonuses from our speakers and hosts!
Plus, enjoy these Bonus Gifts from our Sponsors!
Free Gift 6
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Meet Your Host
Dr. Heidi Hanna
As an experienced speaker, Dr. Heidi Hanna has been featured at many national and global conferences, including the Fortune Magazine Most Powerful Women in Business Summit, ESPN Women’s Leadership Summit, and the Million Dollar Round Table. She is founder and Chief Energy Officer of Synergy, a consulting company providing brain-based health and performance programs for organizations, the Executive Director of the American Institute of Stress, and a frequent lecturer at Canyon Ranch Resort and Spa in Tucson, Arizona.
Dr. Hanna’s publications include the NY Times bestseller The SHARP Solution: A Brain-Based Approach for Optimal Performance (Wiley, Feb 2013), Stressaholic: 5 Steps to Transform Your Relationship With Stress (Wiley, Jan 2014) and Recharge: 5 Shifts to Energize Your Life (Synergy, 2015). Her next book, The Curiosity Effect: Why Asking the Right Questions Can Make You Happy, Healthy and Brilliant, will be released in 2017.
Dr. Hanna is actively involved with several non-profit organizations, such as Challenged Athletes Foundation and The Alzheimer’s Association, and is a National Board Member for Blessings in a Backpack. Recently, Dr. Hanna created The Beyond Funny Project, a nonprofit dedicated to providing resources and education related to the benefits of healthy humor. She is a Fellow with the American Institute of Stress, and she currently serves as editor of their quarterly publication, Contentment.
Dr. Hanna holds a bachelor’s degree in communications from Penn State University, where she competed on the Big 10 softball team and received academic All-American honors. She holds a master’s degree in mental health counseling and a Ph.D. degree in holistic nutrition. Clients have included Microsoft, Johnson & Johnson, PepsiCo, Boeing, Cisco, Dell, Intel, Procter & Gamble, Morgan Stanley Smith Barney, Merrill Lynch, ESPN and Starbucks, as well as professional and amateur athletes.