"Most working Americans hit the ground moving in the morning and don't stop until they drop, exhausted, only to get up the next day to do it all over again. We have now managed to 'put a little weekend in our weeks' by spending most of the weekend doing chores, running errands and preparing for the next work week. In addition, for many, the family vacation has turned into yet another stressor. We have become a nation of Human Doings." --Anne Quinn
Anne Elizabeth Quinn, MS, CASAC, is a noted lecturer, therapist and workshop leader who has worked in the health care field for the last 25 years. Anne's focus is on the relationship between stress and illness, as well as the epidemic of "busyness" which often keeps us from pursuing our passions and the things we want and love to do. Anne's workshops on "Managing our Stress in Extremely Stressful Times," help participants to learn the skills and tools which will enable them to walk more peacefully and gracefully through their day.
Anne is a consultant to Beth Israel Medical Center, St. Luke's Roosevelt Hospitals and Cicatelli Associates Center for Integrative Wellness, all in New York City. Anne is also a consultant to Mohonk Mountain House and Health Spa in New Paltz, NY and Veritas Villa, Inc. in Kerhonkson, NY. Anne is on the faculty of 4 New York State Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Councils.