4 Pillars of Health: Foundation for Mindful Living in 2022 Restoration, Nutrition, Movement, Thoughts


Estimated watch time: 46 mins 
Available credits: none
Speaker: Sandee Nebel, MS, LMHC, LPC, CEDS-S, RYT


  1. List the four principle pillars of health and how they each apply in 2022
  2. Describe (and prescribe) restoration and tools to cultivate it
  3. List three components of mindfulness and mindful self-compassion
  4. Weave in mindful living principles and how it relates to the 4 pillars this year
  5. Practice two techniques for changing thoughts within mindfulness skills

About the Speaker:

Sandee Nebel is a licensed mental health counselor, provider of online therapy, with offices in central Florida and Tampa-Clearwater. She is a specialist in treatment of adult populations with anxiety, depression, substance abuse, eating disorders and relationship issues. Along with her work with individual clients, she is a frequent presenter at professional conferences and facilitates clinical training to new counselors. She provides supervision, staff training, and consulting to treatment centers and outpatient programs. Sandee has business management experience as a business owner, executive director, and clinical director of centers.

Integrative psychotherapy is an approach to healing and easing life’s problems by increasing one’s resilience and personal resources. Sandee incorporates the fundamental principles of traditional psychotherapy and holistic practices to promote healing on all levels: emotional physical, mental and spiritual. She aims to create a healthy alliance between mind and body to enable patients to manage stress and create a healthy lifestyle. Some of the tools she utilizes include yoga, mindfulness meditation and visual imagery.

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