Better Humans – an engaging, interactive virtual & in-person series for students & adults about disrupting pre-existing mindsets about racism, sexism, ageism and how we can become better humans. . The series includes a wide variety of guests and engaging discussions about Janeane's brainchild - The CARE Initiative: Connection, Attention, Resilience & Education.
A virtual and in-person series that matches students & mentors in meaningful conversations about finding and creating opportunities, resilience, adaptability, and the importance of mental, physical, emotional, and spiritual health.
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Virtual Speaking events for teens, young adults, teachers, women's groups, businesses, etc. with in-person opportunities
The Power of Self-Care and Resilience
Audience: 6th-12th grade students in NYC and remote
Learn tools and tips to help you prioritize self-care, stress relief, personal growth and optimism in the new year - ATTENDEES RECEIVE A 30% DISCOUNT ON BOOK PURCHASES - CLICK ON THE IMAGE ABOVE TO RECEIVE THE DISCOUNT!
Prioritizing YOU is the Greatest Act of Self-Care - How to instill happiness & stay resilient right now
Audience: Remote US & International employees
Self-Care and Resilience during COVID-19
Audience: Remote Juniors and Seniors at SFSU
During the webinar (Self-Care & Resilience), she spent 45 minutes sharing stories, offering advice, and - most important - empathetically listening to those in attendance. It was clear that Janeane's perspective and message provided hope and inspiration during a difficult time. - Chris Velardi, Syracuse University
Congratulations to Janeane!... Janeane Bernstein was a Virtual Guest Speaker at Léman Manhattan Preparatory School last week. Our students loved your inspiring Presentation!! - The Power of Self Care! It was much needed especially during these challenging times. Janeane shared great ideas and tools for our students to take away and use for themselves. I highly recommend Janeane, she is energetic, intelligent, excellent speaker with great experience and most importantly, Janeane speaks from the heart!!
My team recently brought in Janeane to facilitate our end-of-year meeting, with a focus on self-care and resilience (it's been a tough year for everyone!). She worked closely with several of the team members to understand our work and tailor her content to our team, and prepared a really engaging and interactive discussion that was fun, meaningful, and the perfect mix of content and conversation. Her warmth made it easy for team members from around the world (India, Europe, US, Canada) to feel comfortable contributing and many team members reached out afterwards to comment that they found it helpful and enjoyable. I'd definitely recommend Janeane as a speaker or facilitator to other organizations!
I had the privilege of introducing Janeane's fabulous book, "Get the Funk Out" at Book Passage late last year (before Covid) and thankfully it came in so handy when STP hit this past March. Her easy, empathetic, and engaging style kept the BP audience riveted with the Q&A going right up to closing time. The message of self-care resonated so much that as a professor at SFSU (teaching health courses), I invited her to spread her inspiring advice & practical tools with my students.
The timing could not have been better as she joined us via ZOOM a month into STP when students were down and distressed. Her enthusiasm instantly engaged all 40 of them, again with a vibrant Q&A. The post-class reviews were all excellent. "Bring her back" they said, and so I'm hoping she'll become a regular guest speaker for years to come. P.S. Janeane is also a guitar player (in a band) and played a song at the end of class, what a treat!
I had the pleasure of connecting with Janeane to develop a plan to offer a "Self-Care and Resilience in the Time of COVID-19" webinar to Syracuse University alumni. During the webinar, she spent 45 minutes sharing stories, offering advice, and - most important - empathetically listening to those in attendance. It was clear that Janeane's perspective and message provided hope and inspiration during a difficult time. It was great to work with Janeane; she was deeply interested in providing a program that would fit the needs of our alumni and eager to engage with the audience. Her easygoing demeanor, authenticity, and ability to truly connect with her audience are tremendous assets. I look forward to working with Janeane on future programs.
We were so excited to have Janeane speak to our community of current students, alumni, and current and former faculty. The theme of her talk was centered around resilience and self-care in a time when it matters most. Her passion, kindness, and love for what she does and who she works with shines so bright and made this an unforgettable experience for our community.
We were so excited and proud to have Janeane come back (albeit virtually) to her alma mater and speak. This was the first time she was able to work with our community in this way and it definitely will NOT be the last! Highly recommend any organization to work with Janeane. She would be perfect for any professional growth and development / health & wellness opportunities for you and your organization.
Janeane recently spoke with our Alumni on a Zoom call discussion entitled WHY SELF CARE & RESILIENCE MATTER MORE THAN EVER. The audience included current seniors from the Class of 2020, alumni and current and former faculty. Her presentation focused on some of the important points in her book, Get The Funk Out, and she masterfully engaged her audience in a meaningful dialogue.
She relates well to all ages and has a way of making everyone feel at ease. Her program is interactive and flows beautifully from beginning to end. If you are looking for someone who can offer hope on how to live with change ,I highly recommend you contact Janeane. As an educator for 50 years I have grown to recognize and appreciate good communicators, Janeane is one of the best! She is thoughtful, sensitive and wise.
A virtual workshop for Syracuse University Alumni Thursday May 21, 2020
Janeane Bernstein & Cathy Mishkin speak to the alumni body and their families May 20, 2020 about the importance of self-care and resilience
Hosted the Science of Happiness Panel with special guests: Dr. Kim Perkins,
Invited to speak to the Westport, Connecticut chapter of the National Charity League's Mother Daughter Virtual Tea
Guest speaker at San Francisco State University – talking about resilience & self-care for juniors and seniors in the the College of Health & Social Sciences
A conversation about self-care and resilience
in the time of COVID-19 - with Rabbi Elie Spitz
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Nathania Stambouli, is on a mission to help people who have experienced loss, especially right now. Janeane is one of 21+ guests speakers on her powerful series.
A panel discussion with Dr. Sarah Pressman of UC Irvine and Dr. Kim Perkins for the Discovery Science Center at University of California Irvine's Beckman Center