Arlington, VA (PRWEB) September 06, 2012
NDIA has announced that it will host the two-day “Discovering the Power in Me” education program led by renowned The Pacific Institute® and designed to support people who have been affected by traumatic injuries, including PTSD and Blast Syndrome, as well as their families and caregivers.
Over two days, September 19 and 20, 2012, participants will gain an understanding of how the mind works, and will learn tools and techniques to help them assume an active role in achieving the kind of meaningful life they want for themselves. The program is based on the most current research in cognitive psychology from world-renowned experts including Dr. Albert Bandura.
Lou Tice, an award-winning educator noted for his effective, empathetic delivery, is the teacher in a video-based facilitation intended for participants to:
Introductory tuition for the program is $100 per person, which includes all materials and buffet luncheons. Tuition scholarships are available.
Seating for this special program is limited. For more information and to register by September 10, download the registration form here: http://bit.ly/RKTZzC or contact Susan Sloan at 704-483-8388 or sdsloan(at)aol(dot)com.
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About The Pacific Institute®:
For over 35 years, The Pacific Institute has been a world leader in empowering individuals to recognize their ability for growth and personal excellence. With Discovering the Power in Me, the Institute’s education utilizes the best of applied cognitive psychology to provide people with disabilities, their families and others sharing their journey, with the necessary tools to develop the inner strength and resiliency required to reassert control over their lives. Recognizing that the process of adjustment is a lifelong journey, this program was developed in collaboration with those with disabilities, as well as with the expertise of professionals in the field.