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Healthy Mindset Parkinson's Disease Program

About Healthy Mindset

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The Healthy Mindset Parkinson's disease (PD) program has been designed to facilitate greater understanding, overall adjustment, and quality of life for those living with PD and their families.  This program seeks to educate participants about the common psychosocial aspects of PD and to teach healthy mindset strategies that enhance well-being, even in the face of illness.

> Learn positive strategies for increased quality of life
> Understand common psychosocial aspects of PD
> Attend 10 one-hour weekly group sessions

Local Parkinson disease experts have joined forces to offer this special program:

~ John Allen, PhD, Health Psychologist, specializes in the emotional 
    and psychological impact of Parkinson's disease.
~ Julie Carter, MS, ANP, Associate Director of the OHSU Parkinson 
    Center of Oregon, who has a special research and care focus on 
    the PD caregiver.


Mindset of Healthy Caregiving 2013 Registration

The first session begins on Monday, January 7, 2013. 

Sessions meet Mondays, 12:30 p.m. - 1:30 p.m. at the OHSU Center for Health & Healing.

Cost: Insurance will be billed for for each session, plus a $150 administrative fee. 

For registration and other information, please call Julie Doolin at 503-494-9054 or e-mail .

Save the Date!

Caregiver Connections Symposium

Thursday, 5/16/13
OHSU Vey Auditorium

More information to follow