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Queen of the Valley’s Integrative Health Services Program Hosts Internationally Known Speakers

Napa, CA — Queen of the Valley’s Wellness Center will present a free educational event that will feature a talk by two pioneers of the "attitudinal healing" movement on Friday, June 12, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the Westin Verasa Hotel, 1314 McKinstry Street, in Napa. Jerry Jampolsky, M.D. and Diane Cirincione, Ph.D, of the CorStone Center (formerly known as the International Center for Attitudinal Healing) will speak on the topic of "Your Attitude Is Everything" as part of a speaker series sponsored by the Wellness Center’s new Institute for Integrative Health.

The evening will include a wine reception at 5:30 p.m, the lecture from 6 to 7 p.m, and a book signing by Dr. Cirincione and Dr. Jampolsky from 7 to 7:30 p.m. The talk will focus on "attitudinal healing principles" taught by the CorStone Center, such as how to choose love over fear, how to avoid becoming a victim of the world around you, how to let go of the past through forgiveness, and how to find inner peace in the midst of external chaos.


To reserve a seat at the event, please call 1-877-QUEEN LINE (1-877-783-3654).

Dr. Jampolsky and Dr. Cirincione are married and have lectured and consulted together for nearly 30 years in 54 countries, as well as throughout the United States, on psychology, psychiatry, mental and physical health, the power of change, interpersonal relationships, attitudinal healing, loss and grief, death, and other life transitions. The couple has also co-authored several books, including most recently, A Mini Course for Life and Finding Our Way Home.

Dr. Jampolsky, an adult and child psychiatrist and a graduate of Stanford Medical School, founded the International Center for Attitudinal Healing (now CorStone Center) in 1975. Dr. Cirincione is a therapist and former postdoctoral clinical researcher at Langley Porter Psychiatric Institute at UCSF.

"Dr. Jampolsky and Dr. Cirincione are examples of the caliber of speakers we hope to continue to attract in our quest to serve and educate the community about integrative health and wellness topics," says Richard Green, Chief Development Officer at Queen of the Valley Medical Center Foundation. "Development of the Institute for Integrative Health and its speaker series has been made possible through contributions to the Foundation via the Newell and Joanne De Puy Integrative Health Endowment Fund."

The Institute for Integrative Health is located on the second floor of Queen of the Valley’s Wellness Center (above Synergy Medical Fitness Center) that adds weight management, stress reduction, tobacco cessation, acupuncture and esthetic services to the already impressive list of services available at the Center. "The Institute for Integrative Health represents yet another way we are continuing our commitment to helping people get well and stay well," says Elizabeth Glenn-Bottari, Executive Director of Wellness and Rehabilitation Services. "At the Wellness Center, we know that each individual is unique, and there are many ways to develop and maintain a healthy lifestyle. We are striving, with the assistance of physicians, hospital staff and generous donors, to make a variety of health-enhancing modalities, disciplines and approaches available for our community and patients."

About Queen of the Valley Medical Center

Queen of the Valley Medical Center is a 191-bed, acute-care facility founded by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Orange. The Queen is the largest health care facility and one of the largest employers in Napa County. Services provided include: a Regional Heart Center, a Regional Orthopedic Center, a Regional Cancer Center approved with commendations by the American College of Surgeons, a Women’s Center, maternity and infant care, inpatient and outpatient minimally invasive surgery, occupational health, imaging center and full-service emergency department, among many other specialty services. More information about Queen of the Valley Medical Center can be found at www.thequeen.org

Queen of the Valley’s Wellness Center, voted "Best Medical Fitness Center, open less than 3 years" by the Medical Fitness Association, offers specialized exercise and fitness programs; disease prevention and management programs for cancer, heart disease and diabetes; rehabilitation services; and integrative health services, such as weight management, stress reduction, tobacco cessation, acupuncture and esthetic services. Located within the Wellness Center is the Synergy Medical Fitness program, one of the most sophisticated and well-appointed medical fitness facilities of its kind, with indoor lap and warm water therapy pools, a sauna, cardiovascular fitness equipment, strength training equipment, a "Kid Fit Zone," and studios featuring spin classes, yoga, Pilates and other types of classes. More information about Queen of the Valley Medical Center can be found at www.thequeen.org

About Queen of the Valley Medical Center Foundation
Queen of the Valley Medical Center Foundation was formed in 1969 by 36 community members. The Foundation’s sole purpose is to raise money for Queen of the Valley Medical Center. Over the 40 years of it’s existence, the Foundation has received over $50,000,000 in generous donations that enable our physicians and staff to provide excellent medical care to the residents of Napa County and surrounding area. For more information visit www.queensfoundation.org


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