The Host:

Eunice B. Gwanmesia, PhD, MSN, MSM(HCA), RN
Put Your Mask On First Retreat
This retreat is designed for family and professional caregivers and frontline workers to take time to BREATHE, RELAX and REFUEL.


November 28, 2020

11 AM to 3.00 PM

Several Speakers & Experts

About This Event
The goal of this retreat is to provide a safe and nonjudgmental environment where frontline workers, community and church leaders, family and professional caregivers are given the opportunity to take a break, BREATHE, RELAX, AND REFUEL. Thought leaders and experts including mental health counselors, life and professional coach, mindfulness coach, dietician and a diversity and inclusion strategist, will engage and educate the audience on practical tips and strategies to help them prevent stress, depression, burnout and posttraumatic stress disorder so that they are happy while taking care of others.
Burnout or Blossom:
A survival Guide for Caregivers to Avoid Burnout

December 11, 2020

11 AM - 5 PM


About This Event
Are you so busy caring for others, and consequently neglecting your own emotional, physical and spiritual health? Then you are likely on the way to burnout soon. No worries! This Burnout or Blossom: A Survival Guide for Caregivers to Avoid Burnout training is designed to rescue the family and professional caregivers from their state of exhaustion, stress and depression so they can cultivate a sense of balance and happiness while taking care of others.
You will have an in-depth understanding of your role and purposes, deadly consequences of burnout and the factors that cause your caregiving work-life imbalance. Most importantly, this conference will walk you through the strategies to avoid burnout, and the way back to life.
Key Topics to be Covered
Learning Outcomes
You will be able to:
The Art of Communication
Effective Cross Cultural Communication

December 2, 2020

5 PM - 8:30 PM


About This Event
This workshop is designed to engage, educate and empower community and church leaders, teachers, and healthcare workers (all frontliners) on how to communicate effectively across cultures. The session will focus on teaching practical tools and strategies of how to better relate and communicate with clients and members of the community.
Understanding and embracing cultural differences is the beginning of building relationships that will solve health inequities. Past studies have shown that the lack of understanding on culturally sensitive communication is a major factor contributing to health injustice. Many people feel mistreated or unaccepted if caregivers do not understand or respect the patient’s culture. With the ongoing pandemic and amid strained healthcare workforce, there is a need to offer refresher sessions to sensitize them on the need to embrace culturally sensitive care. Being culturally competent is an essential skill for HCWs, teachers, and community church leaders serving in the U.S. since it forms the basis of good relations, communication, equal treatment of others; this helps to lower prejudice.
Taught by Dr. Eunice Gwanmesia, CEO of Eunity Solutions and Myra Maimoh, CEO of Motherland Cultural Connections
By the end of this workshop, participants will be able to:

Mirabel Umenei , MBA, CTA

CEO of Motherland Cultural Connections

Jason Makwein Nkwain

Spoken Word Poem

Yesenia Taveras

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