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Participant Information: Emotional Readiness and Peak Performance

The Boston Athletic Association, in Collaboration with AllOne Health, Proudly Offers A Complimentary Webinar for 2014 Boston Marathon Participants

MARATHON 2014: EMOTIONAL READINESS & PEAK PERFORMANCE

Monday, April 14, 2014
7:30PM to 9 :00PM EDT

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You are invited for an upcoming webinar workshop to discuss Emotional Readiness and Peak Performance as you prepare for this year’s race.     

We will cover the following topics as they relate to your preparation for and running of the 2014 Boston Marathon:

  • Creating Strategies for Emotional Readiness
  • Finding Inner Strength and Happiness
  • Maximizing Your Focus
  • Addressing Any Worries or Fears

Please join us on Monday, April 14th at 7:30 PM (EDT) for a free webinar experience to connect with fellow 2013 Boston Marathon participants.

Panelists include:
Dr. Jeff Brown, Boston Marathon Psychology Team Captain
Chris Troyanos, Boston Marathon Medical Coordinator
Barry Beder, Senior Consultant, AllOne Health
Brooke Duffy, Webinar Moderator

This webinar will be a resource for any runner of the 2014 Boston Marathon, and is free of charge.

WEBINAR REGISTRATION INFORMATION

Monday, April 14, 2014 at 7:30 PM (EDT)

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Please note:  We expect Webinar registration may fill up fast, and there is a limit on attendance. If you are not able to register due to maximum registration you will be able to view this webinar beginning Tuesday April 15, 2014. If this occurs, please go to www.allonehealth.com for viewing instructions.   AllOne Health will be utilizing the Gotowebinar technology for this event.  Should you have any questions or concerns with this platform, please contact AllOne Health at the email listed below.  After registering for the webinar, you will receive the dial-in and login information.  If you don't receive an email confirmation after registering or you have any questions regarding the webinar, please send an email to clientsolutions@allonehealth.com .

 

About the Speaker
Barry Beder
, MSW, LICSW, Consultant,  AllOne Health

Barry Beder directs the Corporate Health & Productivity Division of AllOne Health Resources in Boston, MA, where he oversees the Occupational Health, Employee Assistance, and Productivity Programs for national and global companies. In this senior management position, Beder supports comprehensive and integrated health and safety initiatives for more than 2,000 corporate, government, union, and organization accounts.

Over the past 25 years, Beder has designed and presented award-winning stress management, change management, health and wellness, and safety-based programs for more than 200 corporations, hospitals, and HMOs. Beder was the first health consultant to design and conduct stress management programs for the Air Traffic Controllers at O’Hare International Airport. He has designed employee performance programs and health programs for organizations such as the New England Journal of Medicine, BankBoston, Weyerhaeuser, Blue Cross & Blue Shield, NYNEX, and UAW-Ford Motor Company. For three years, Mr. Beder consulted as the sport psychology consultant for the Boston Red Sox and Harvard University Men’s Hockey Team.

Beder designed and directed the smoking cessation program, QuitPower, which has been offered monthly for 17 consecutive years at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, a major teaching hospital of Harvard Medical School, in addition to 50 other hospitals. Additionally, Mr. Beder has directly responded to such traumatic events as the Ford Motor plant explosions and the earthquake in Haiti by offering timely and effective critical incident stress response programs. For both of these events, providing an opportunity for those affected to connect either emotionally or physically with others who shared in the experience, greatly helped in the processing of emotions and managing of stress.

Beder has published papers in professional journals, authored chapters in medical books, and has been featured in TIME Magazine, The Wall Street

*Any information or resources provided during the webinar are for general information and educational purposes only. 

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1920 - Ashland Start

The Boston Marathon began in Ashland, Massachusetts from 1897 through 1923 then moved to Hopkinton for the 1924 race.  Since then, the race has started in Hopkinton every year.