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ARPF was delighted to present at the annual Palliative Care Conference organized by The New Jewish Home in New York City. The conference title was The Long Haul: Supporting Patients and Caregivers During a Complex Time. These last two years have been very difficult for everyone, but especially for those suffering from chronic health issues and their caregivers. 

In addition to focusing on the sensitive issues surrounding palliative care, this CEU-approved conference examined the effects/stresses that COVID has created for both the patient and the professional caregiver in an already stressful atmosphere.

Brain Longevity Specialist, Jane Stelboum, spoke on 12 Minutes to Peace: The evidence-based practice of Kirtan Kriya and this is what she says about her experience: 

“The Kirtan Kriya is such a wonderful tool for stress relief. It was rewarding to share this meditation – the background, benefits, and experience – with this group as a tool they can use in their own lives and with those they care for and support.”


These are some of the comments made by the participants:

  •     I gained one or more specific ideas that I can implement in my area of practice.
  •     It was a great validation of new perspectives and meditation practices
  •     Overall I found it extremely helpful as a new clinician in this area
  •     I liked the meditation practice. Great way to end the session.

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