We are what we think. Solomon stated, “As he thinketh in his heart, so is he.” The Jewish Talmud states a major source of emotional problems, “We do not see things as they are, but as WE are.”
Understanding how we think, what we think, and how we can change our thoughts into accurate and helpful thoughts is crucial to experiencing the success of emotional intelligence. The problem is erroneous assumptions can be disastrous to ourselves and others. And as Albert Einstein said, “The significant problems we face cannot be solved at the same level of thinking we were at when we created them.”
This year’s Dallas Emotional Intelligence Summit is the most comprehensive emotional intelligence continuing education course available anywhere.
The physical (including nutrition), mental (thoughts), social (relational) and spiritual aspect of emotional intelligence will be covered by some of the best emotional intelligence minds in the world. This year’s emphasis will be the cognitive (thought) aspect of emotional intelligence-including the many things that can affect it, as well as the proven ways to help us change our thoughts, emotions, and behavior to not only be successful, but to flourish.
Join us for our 4th Annual Emotional Intelligence Summit entitled “Cognitive Behavioral Therapy”. The summit will take place February 20-23, 2014 in Dallas, Texas. Hear live testimonies of recovery from depression; ordinary people achieving peak mental performance. Enjoy brain optimizing nutrition, frontal lobe enhancing music and networking with other healthcare professionals and community educators, which share the common goal of improving the mental health of their patients, neighbors, and friends.
EQ Summit Brochure
Emotional Intelligence Summit is a annual conference held in Dallas, Texas since 2011. It is dedicated to Peak Mental Performance™ sponsored by the Nedley™ Clinic. Be inspired and equipped by theory and practice from some of the best minds in emotional intelligence, depression and anxiety recover!
Faculty and Course Objectives
Dr. Aldo Pucci utilizes a no-nonsense cognitive therapy and teaches you how to live rationally, bringing true satisfaction to your life.
CBT: What It Is and Is Not
Utilizing CBT for Lifestyle Change
Systematic CBT: When Fidelity Matters
Integrating Stoic Philosophy in Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy
The Mistakes Most Cognitive Behavioral Therapists Make
Do you have trouble raising your kids, or knowing how to counsel others how best to raise theirs? Put Eileen Healy’s principles to work and see immediate improvement.
Enriching the Young Person’s Social and Emotional Life
The Critical Role of High E.Q. in Adolescence
Creating a High E.Q. Environment so Your Child Can Be the Best
Marriage, Parenting, and Emotional Intelligence
Nutrition, Herbs, and Supplements for the Brain
The Latest on Lifestyle Therapies for Mental Illness
Updates on Enhancing Emotional and General Intelligence via the Frontal Lobe
The State of Mental Health in America: Where Are We Going?
Paul Coneff models and teaches a spiritual therapy that is far beyond “feel good” therapy. It really works resulting in a transformed mind!
The Role of Specific Prayer in Overcoming Bad Habits and/or PTSD
Dr. Lynn Clark has changed many lives through his powerful book SOS For Emotions. Now you can hear him in person and see case reports of just about every anxiety scenario imagined—and know how to come out on top.
CBT & Emotional Intelligence for Everyone
Utilizing Video-Based Cases to Enhance Emotional Intelligence
Dr. Binus takes the mask and mysticism out of meditation. Find out why mindful meditation has its limitations and why better life changing therapies are often overlooked.
The Mind’s Eye: Meditation for Everything
Don Mackintosh’s presentations are very insightful and humorous at the same time!
Epigenetics: It’s scientific and spiritual implications in therapy
Jesus Christ: The Master Cognitive Behavioral Therapist
CBT and the Bible
Get the training you need to hold dr. Nedley’s Community Depression and Anxiety Recovery Program in your own area.
An Associate Director
An Associate Facilitator
16.75 hours CME Category 1 credit: Physicians/Nurses
This program has been planned and implemented in accordance with ACCME essentials and standards. The Loma Linda University School of Medicine Office of Continuing Medical Education relies on its CME faculty to provide program content that is free of commercial bias. Therefore, in accordance with ACCME standards, any faculty and/or provider industry relationships will be disclosed and resolved.
Who Should Attend?
Add-On Seminar February 19-20, 2014
Training The Trainer® is designed to educate people who want to plan and hold a successful Nedley™ Depression & Anxiety Recovery Program in their community. You will become certified Associate Director or Facilitator. Learn to recognize the 10 major causes of depression, as well as the 10 ways of distorted thinking that can lead to depression and other mental diseases.
The Nedley™ Depression Recovery Seminar is a well-researched, scientifically-based program designed to meet the needs of depressed individuals in our world today. Learn how to help individuals in your neighborhood, community or school.
Omni Mandalay Hotel Dallas
221 East Las Colinas Boulevard, Dallas TX 75039
+1 972.556.0800 Website
Special Summit Hotel Rate: When registering for the 2014 EQ Summit you will receive a link for the special hotel rate of $114/night.
Transportation to Hotel
(Hotel does not provide shuttle service.) For best rates use SuperShuttle: SuperShuttle.com 817.329.2000