Tue, Feb 07|
Behavioral Fitness™ Presents: “What’s Behind Door #3?”
1.0 CE- Join us for an empowering experience with Behavioral Fitness and learn practical tools that you can begin using today.
Time & Location
Feb 07, 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM
About the Event
What’s the secret to happiness? Research reveals that when one person becomes happy, a friend living close by has a 25% chance of becoming happy too, a spouse has an 8% chance, and a next-door neighbor has a 34% chance of being happier. This notion that happiness/emotions are contagious creates the foundation of this meaningful discussion.
The United Nations Global happiness study reports that the happiest people in the world share something in common- access to choice. They do not live under conditions where they feel like they HAVE to do something. They get to choose. Our ability to choose is at the heart of what drives success while practicing Behavioral Fitness.
The medical model for mental health is largely focused on medications (Door #1) and/or talk therapy (Door #2). Access to mental health support is often driven by crisis and diagnosis. Many who need help do not get what they need for long-term sustainability. What if there was an option for door #3?
Behavioral Fitness is door #3. Leading a movement toward “mental health in action”. Get inspired by new perspectives and learning how Behavioral Fitness offers innovative approaches for mental health and wellbeing, bringing tools and resources from the behavioral sciences, addiction medicine, trauma-informed care, and Blue Zones to the mainstream. In this webinar, we will reveal some of what is behind “door #3”- exploring a blend of behavioral health education and experiences to inspire new insights, build empowerment, compassion, and create sustainability.
Behavioral Fitness was founded by a Doctor of Behavioral Health and an Emergency Nurse Leader who understand the frustrations, burdens, and friction of our broken mental health system and the challenges faced by today’s healthcare teams.
1. Describe how 8 Dimensions of Wellness can serve as a guide to living a more balanced life and illustrate how you and your teams can use this tool to build your own wellness plan.
2. Develop an understanding around patterns of human behavior and quickly provide emotional relief.
3. Explain how to use the art of novelty as a way to sustain desired behaviors.
4. Recognize the power of connection and choice as it relates to mental health and well-being.
Meet our presenters:
Dr. Allyson Mayo, DBH
Dr. Allyson Mayo is a Doctor of Behavioral Health and Founder of Behavioral Fitness™ - a growing organization focused on bringing tools and resources from the behavioral sciences to the mainstream. Dr. Mayo is a visionary innovator with over 30 years of experience that combines technical innovation, sales and marketing, addiction medicine, behavioral health integration, and behavioral economics. Dr. Mayo has developed groundbreaking tools, programs, lectures, and workshops based not only on her vast professional experience but also on her own extraordinary journey that started as a curious teen who left her family and everything familiar to find herself. Dr. Mayo serves as Chair of the Board for USF
School of Nursing and Health Professions. Dr. Mayo is recognized nationally for her innovations in the areas of mental and behavioral health.
Teri DeLaMontanya, BSN, RN, CEN, NE-BC
Teri DeLaMontanya is a Certified Emergency Nurse, Nurse Executive Board Certified, and Co-founder of Behavioral Fitness™. Teri brings 30 years of healthcare experience specializing in emergency services, transformation leadership, and improvement science. From the ambulance to the bedside to the boardroom, Teri has served in a variety of leadership roles, including Director of Emergency Services and as a Transformation Leader at a top-ranked health system in Northern California. She has been formally recognized for her compassionate leadership. Her team-oriented approach, along with a successful track record of achieving goals, has made Teri a sought-after leader and collaborator. Inspired by her own lived experiences, Teri is passionate about growing Behavioral Fitness™ and bringing tools and resources from the behavioral sciences to the mainstream.