Most Requested Speaking and Workshop Topics
Dr. Lynda Klau is known for her inspirational, motivational, and informative keynote addresses and workshops, in which she connects authentically with her audience, touching her listeners at a deep level. In addition to new ways of thinking, she leaves you with tools and practical methods that you can use immediately.
The following are examples of specific workshops designed for particular audiences. All topics can be customized to meet an organization’s needs.
The New Self-Care for Health Care Professionals: Transforming Yourself,
Your Life, and Your Work
As health care professionals, we’re dedicated to helping others. Sometimes, however, we focus so much on our clients’ needs that we lose sight of our own. At the end of the day, caring for others should never come at the expense of our own well-being...
How a Little Bit of Psychological Know-How Can Increase Your Bottom Line
Psychological dynamics are constantly at play when people work with people. The more we can identify these dynamics at work between ourselves and others, we increasingly improve our ability to communicate, and ultimately increase our financial bottom line. . .
Self-Care: Staying Sane, Centered, and Successful One Breath at a Time
No matter what our work may be, our first and foremost commitment must be to our own mental, physical, and spiritual well-being and the practice of self-care. . .
The Zen of Social Media: Harnessing its Potential and Defining its Limits
Have you ever seriously reflected about the role Social Media plays in your life and in our global world? Social Media is an ever-growing phenomenon, which reaches deep into our individual and collective lives. Dr. Lynda Klau will take a step back to explore the Social Media explosion, specifically Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn, from a larger perspective. Her approach will be philosophical, psychological, and sociological, incorporating brain science as well. . .
Having Your Authentic Voice in the World
You know the joy of speaking from your authentic voice. Yet many of us do not live from our authenticity. To survive, we learn to shut it off. Closed off from knowing who we are at all levels, most of us have no idea how to find our way back. We learn to live the "right" way but forget how to live the "real" way. . .
Integrating Spirituality and Psychotherapy for Health Professionals
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This workshop called "On Being and Becoming Whole," addresses what a psycho-spiritual therapy practice looks like day by day. Several practical and theoretical questions emerge for exploration and discovery. . .
Stepping Stones to a Life Unlimited
This workshop is designed to lead you through an entire transformation. It provides you the opportunity to directly experience a new definition of who we are. To live from love and awareness is to live as the "new human". . .
The Coaching Edge: Psychological Dynamics for Coaches
Coaching and Psychotherapy are two distinct yet complementary professions. This program operates under the assumption that a working knowledge of foundational psychological dynamics will greatly benefit coaches. Coaches who ground themselves in the basics of psychology and explore psychology's ramifications in the field of coaching gain a broader and deeper perspective, which cannot be underestimated. . .
Mindfulness: The New Zen of Time Management
Most traditional approaches to the topic of "Time Management" only ask us to change our behaviors, as if all our conflicts with Time could be solved simply by "establishing our priorities," "sticking to a concrete schedule," or "organizing our files." These solutions are logical, but they’re not psychological: they ignore the emotional conflicts and pressures that influence us on the most fundamental level. . .
As facilitator, I will invite you to share your most pressing interest, allowing you to state clearly how you most want to use the space. From here, others can select which ideas resonate with them most strongly, and then organically divide into sub-groups. This can range from debriefing about the conference to starting a new conversation, developing the vision for a collective project, forming a regional or local community, or even doing yoga, dancing or sitting silently together. Finally, we reconvene as one group for a communal sharing. . .
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|For more information about Lynda's inspirational & motivational speaking events, to invite her to be your professional speaker, or to make an appointment, either individually or as a couple, contact Lynda: lynda@DrLyndaKlau.com or 212-595-7373.|