Tom Kersting is available to speak to corporations, schools, parent groups and organizations.
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It’s Time To Talk: Parenting in the age of technology
I am getting more calls at my private practice than ever before from parents with children suffering from anxiety, depression and behavioral issues. And guess what? I’ve uncovered the reason why kids today are so fragile. The average kid today spends more than eight hours per day, seven days a week plugged-in to electronic devices. The result is a malleable brain that has literally been re-wired (its’ called neuro-plasticity) to assimilate to a virtual-world but not the real world. Kids brains are simply unable to cope with “real-life” issues and the result is chronic anxiety, attention deficit disorder, depression, poor social skills, academic failure and family relationship problems.
This extraordinary, powerful lecture is an eye-opener for anyone who attends and will include tips to help kids, and parents, start living more in the real world and less in the virtual world. This lecture will cover the following as well real cases I’ve dealt with.
- The connection between media use and mental health
- How much screen time is too much
- The frightening link between ADHD and Tech overload
- Strategies to help your child reduce anxiety
- Your sleep deprived, over-scheduled child
- Creating leaders not followers
- Your role as a parent
………… And much more!!
Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will send you the flyer for this important lecture.
Tom’s personal story of motivation and perseverance will inspire anyone to go out there and get what they want out of life.
This is an incredible story of how sheer perseverance and an unshakable “glass half full” approach to life transformed Tom from a small town kid with little hope for success to a nationally recognized author, psychotherapist and television personality.
There’s no such thing as luck
Luck is when persistence and opportunity meet. Based on Tom’s personal experience of childhood scarcity and hard work followed by radical success, this lecture will inspire anyone to go ahead and shoot for the stars. “Whether you think you can or think you can’t, either way you are right”
Your Mind is Your Compass
This “mind-blowing” lecture will teach anyone how to start using the subconscious mind as a magnet for success.
Walking With a Lighter Step to achieve your goals
Based on Tom’s breakthrough psychotherapy theory about mindful-presence, this lecture will give listeners the tools to start connecting thought to emotions and emotions to actions. Attendee’s will learn how “living in the now” can bring them anything they want later
Walking With a Lighter Step to reduce stress
With our mind providing us with roughly 60,000 thoughts a day, most of which are rubbish, it’s no wonder that more and more people are overwhelmed and stressed. This talk will teach listeners the concept of mindful-presence to get in-tuned with emotions and strike a powerful life balance
The Power-programming Method for weight loss
Based on Tom’s book, Losing Weight When Diets Fail, attendees will learn how to use the subconscious mind to eradicate food cravings and compulsions and trigger a relentless motivation for success.
Digitally Distracted: The high cost of technology on your child’s mind, body and emotions
Kids today spend countless hours texting, social networking, watching t.v., and playing video games and computers. This over-consumption of technology effects the brain and can lead to struggles mentally, emotionally, socially and academically. In this one hour presentation Tom explores the adverse and positive impact that the digital revolution is having on kids today. Tom provides parents with the tools they need to foster a healthy media environment for their kids, and for themselves.
Creating a Health Conscious Work Environment
Eighty percent of all health care costs are driven by twenty percent of employees. Education and motivation are the most important pieces of the health puzzle. Understanding the causes of weight gain and developing a motivation to lead a healthy life are two milestones in the prevention of health risks that gobble up corporate profits. Let Tom show your employees the mental keys to improving physical and emotional health.
Losing Weight When Diets Fail: The Power Programming™ Method For Diet-Free Weight Loss
Learn the Power Programming ™ techniques that have helped countless people to lose weight and keep it off—without dieting.
Tom Kersting, author of Losing Weight When Diets Fail (Harbor Press, April 2007) will show you exactly why your cravings control you and how your subconscious mind affects your choices. You’ll learn simple mental programming techniques that will have you effortlessly avoiding overeating and junk food. And you’ll learn how to trigger a relentless motivation, turning your exercise desires into a reality.
The Power Programming ™ Method For Stress Management
Are you constantly under the gun? Are stress and worry consuming you? We stress about money, work, family and health, but we don’t have to any more.
In this seminar, Tom is going to help you bring it down a notch. You’ll begin with a personal reflection and then learn powerful techniques that will have you living a life of peace and harmony, not worry and fatigue.
Stressed, Overweight, Scared: A whole new generation of kids
Being a kid today is different than it used to be, and so is raising them. Ipods, play stations and instant messaging have replaced kick-the-can and tag as the activities of choice. Stress levels are through the roof. Food is everywhere—and obesity is an epidemic
All of this is affecting the physical and mental health of our kids, and if we don’t do something about it now, our kids will be in big trouble later. Whether you’re a parent, counselor or educator, this seminar is going to show you what you need to do in order to help your child live a healthy and happy life.