Join Kaiser Permanente in The Power of Gratitude
Gratitude is a way to recognize and affirm a goodness outside of ourselves that positively impacts our life. People who regularly recognize the good deeds of others, and affirm it through words or actions, experience powerful emotional, social, and health benefits. A daily practice of gratitude seems simple enough. But like many other changes, it can be a challenging new behavior to start and maintain. We’ll talk about the many types of gratitude practice you can begin at home and work.
This Kaiser Permanente webinar will take place on Wednesday July 21st at 12 pm. To join the live class visit the Kaiser Permanente site for the stream on Wednesday July 21st at 12pm.
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Amber Ferschweiler, MPH, CCP, RHC-I has worked in the field of Public Health for over 15 years as a Health coach, Health educator, and environmental health specialist. Amber holds a bachelor’s degree in Human Biology, a master’s degree in Public Health and is a licensed Environmental Health Specialist, Chronic Care Professional and Registered Health Coach. She is especially interested in work/life balance and enjoys reading, jogging, and camping with her husband and two sons.
Tammy Kepple has been with Kaiser Permanente since 1991—primarily in the realm of disease prevention. With a bachelor’s degree in Health Education and Health Promotion, she has pursued a passion for building and supporting sustainable employer group health and wellness programs. In 2018 she attained her MBA in Healthcare Management highlighting her skills and experience in healthcare, project management, and leadership.