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 2017 Speakers

September 27


Professor
Michele Goodwin

Overcoming Childhood

How does one overcome trauma from childhood?  What makes some people more resilient at meeting life's challenges than others?  Is there a real difference between being a victim versus survivor? Professor Michele Goodwin will explore these conceptual questions and others as she shares elements of her forthcoming memoir.

Professor Michele Goodwin is a Chancellor’s Professor at the University of California, Irvine with appointments at the School of Law; Program in Public Health; Department of Criminology, Law, & Society; Department of Gender and Sexuality Studies; and Stem Cell Research Center. She is the founder and director of the Center for Biotechnology and Global Health Policy at UC Irvine School of Law and its internationally acclaimed Reproductive Justice Initiative.

She is one of the world’s leading authorities on the regulation of medicine, science, and biotechnology. Her scholarship defines new ways of thinking about the intersections of law, society, economics, and the human body.

Her publications include five books and over 80 articles and book chapters on law’s regulation of the human body, including civil and criminal regulation of pregnancy and reproduction, reproductive technologies, human trafficking (for organs, sex, and marriage), and tissue and organ transplantation.

She is a blogger for the Huffington Post and the Harvard Bill of Health and has been interviewed by local, national, and international news media.

She is the founder of the Institute for Global Child Advocacy.

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October 11

Dr. Stephen Ward

Your body is talking! Are you listening?

Dr. Steve has studied the correlation between human behavior and spinal curvature for the last 28 years. He developed a spinal blueprint, which he uses to study diseased conditions, mental emotional behaviors and the impact of inherited behavior. He will discuss the spinal curvature pattern seen in addiction, perfectionism, mental blowout, manic depression, depression, emotional hysteria, obsessive compulsive disorder, paranoia, internalized hurt, reactive anger, sexual dysfunction. 
He will also discuss the spinal pattern seen in fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue, chronic lower back pain, breast, uterine, prostate and testicular cancer. He uses cranial sacral therapy and standing or sitting wall adjustment techniques to immediately improve symptoms like headaches, neck pain, shoulder blade pain, lower back pain, and pain in the arms and legs. He says, “The answers, my friend, lie not in the stars, but in our spines.”

October 25

James Wanless, PhD

Refirement! The Renewable You - Lessons from Nature

Join James Wanless, author of Sustainable Life: The New Success, and creator of the Sustain Yourself Cards, for an always entertaining and profound look at nature as mentor and co-creator of your ever-renewable life.  Rethink, reinvent, recreate, and recycle!  Our natural world constantly renews itself, and offers keys to vitality and fulfillment.  What can we learn from this cyclical Eco-Spiritual path?  A deeper observation of the natural plan and our place within it, helps us to reflect on Who, Why, What and Where we are, and How to experience the fullest expression of ourselves.  It’s a never-ending flow of life-force available to us at all times.
James Wanless, Ph.D., dynamic 21st century Sage, has refired, renewed and transformed himself from professor of political science into spiritual seer, publishing entrepreneur, motivational speaker, corporate trainer, human potential counselor/coach, artist, mythmaker, and prolific author.  At 74 years-young, he is entertaining, sometimes irreverent, and always profound. 

                                                              

Directions to the Pacific Club:

From South county – Take the 5 North to the 405 North. Keep Left on the 405 N. Take exit 8 toward MacArthur & go Left on MacArthur. Left on Von Karman & make an immediate Left into the first driveway.  Take a parking ticket at the ticket booth, pass the first building on your right, continuing to the Pacific Club’s parking lot. You might want to look at directions if you use the 73 instead of the 405.
 
Using the 405 South – Transition to the 73 South. Take exit 15 toward Jamboree Road, onto Bristol Street South.
Left on MacArthur.  Turn on Von Karman and make an immediate Left into the first driveway, take your parking ticket, pass first building continuing on to the Pacific Club’s parking lot.
 
From Orange & Anaheim Hills – Take the 55 fwy. South, to the 405 fwy South. Take exit 8 toward MacArthur/OC Airport & go Left on MacArthur.  Turn Left on Von Karman & make an immediate Left into first driveway.  Take parking ticket at booth, pass first building on your right, continuing to the Pacific Club’s parking area.

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