Katherine Anderson

How to Have a Better Day at Work: Sound Sleep, Reduced Stress, Stronger Immunity

We’ve all had those days at work where we feel very unproductive because we haven’t slept well, have an excessive amount of stress or are not feeling 100 percent. Katherine Anderson will tell us her tips on how to avoid having those days and head off to work feeling strong and better able to handle the challenges that come our way, which will lead us to increased productivity. No matter the number of balls you need to keep in the air at work and home, this session will help ensure you’re always bringing your “A” game. Read More

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Minimizing Stress, Anxiety and Depression for Maximum Happiness

Stress, depression and anxiety may not sound as scary as other life-threatening diseases, but they can be as detrimental and dangerous to your health. The effects take a toll on one’s mental and physical well-being — not to mention impact our ability to succeed personally and professionally. In a world that is fast-paced, constantly changing and always connected (overly connected), it is unrealistic to eliminate them altogether. This session will help you identify symptoms of stress, depression and anxiety. Featuring health, wellness and workplace experts, we will explore ways to minimize stress and better manage your energy, thoughts and time in a more positive way. Together we will learn how psychology, mindfulness, sleep, nutrition and exercise all contribute to creating a happier and more successful life. Read More

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Is Stress Stressing You Out? How to Live a Productive, Balanced Life

Anderson, Katherine 120x120CTCA_TX_Corliss IvyFeaturing Katherine Anderson, N.D., F.A.B.N.O., National Director of Naturopathic Medicine, Cancer Treatment Centers of America and Corliss Ivy, L.P.C., Mind Body Therapist, Cancer Treatment Centers of America

Career, family, finances, pets, housework, cooking, community involvement— it’s no wonder the modern woman is stressed out! Stress can be caused by physical, mental and emotional triggers and is a normal process essential to life. But chronic stress can weaken the immune system, and when the body’s defense system against diseases becomes compromised, the body is less able to defend or repair itself. Here, from the Cancer Treatment Centers of America’s Katherine Anderson, N.D., F.A.B.N.O., and Corliss Ivy, L.P.C., is what you need to know about stress, including how to identify and manage it, for a healthier, happier daily life. Read More

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