From the Rocky Mountain MS Center:

Creating a Wellness Vision

Wednesday, August 12, 2020 | 2:00 p.m. MST

It can be easy to lose sight of why you want to make health behavior changes. If you don’t keep the big picture in mind, you can end up making small daily decisions that don't line up with what you want for your life. A wellness vision gives you defined goal to work towards, and a clearer picture of what you need to do to reach that goal. A good wellness vision gives you a framework for coming up with steps to reach your goals, and helps to empower you and keep you motivated. In this talk, we will help you explore your values and your strengths, and help you create a wellness vision. We’ll use examples focused on nutrition, but you can apply this format to any wellness goal.

Can't join us live? No problem! Register now, and we'll make sure you get an email with a link to the on-demand webinar archive, so you can watch at your convenience.

PRESENTER: Holly Sullivan, RD, CNSC is a Registered Dietitian (RD) and Certified Nutrition Support Clinician (CNSC) who provides one-on-one sessions for various nutrition and health issues. Holly provides nutrition education, nutrition counseling, and wellness coaching tailored to the needs of each individual. Holly can help with the management of a variety of nutrition issues including weight management, gastro-intestinal issues, pre-diabetes, cardiac health, and enteral nutrition (tube feedings), as well as other nutrition concerns. Holly also covers additional areas within the University of Colorado Hospital including the Cardio-Thoracic ICU and the Neurosurgical ICU. She enjoys each area of nutrition with the number one goal of patient success and overall positive outcomes.