WellZones@Work a behavioral training program designed by Ivel De Freitas, MD, expert in functional medicine and Psychotherapist Stefan Deutsch, an expert in the science of unconditional behavior. They integrated the advances in cutting edge preventative and functional and lifestyle medicine, genetic profile and lifestyle along with a groundbreaking psychological approach that improves coping, by embracing self-care thru self-love. This, the latest evidence based intervention and health coaching strategy includes the pioneering concept of love as nourishment, that attends to the 'inner resistance' that employees, executives, general public have to implementing self-care behaviors.
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We have the research, tools and programs to fine tune the performance of the most complex and sophisticated "machine" in the world: the human being. Let us help you optimize your employees and executives in ways that will transform them and your organization.
"As Benefits Director for 130,000 employees and executives at The TJX Companies for 26 years I had the opportunity and responsibility to evaluate numerous programs designed to assist our associates dealing with daily life issues as the principal objective to maintaining their physical and mental health.
The program designed by Deutsch and De Freitas confronts the assumption that people are ready and waiting for a wellness program to be dropped in their lap. Fact is those who need it most are the least likely participants. Corporations’ participation rate averages only 4-5%. D&Ds focus goes to the heart of what is required to triumph over the inner obstacles people have to overcome, including our aging population, in order to maintain good health and the desire and vigor to lead a productive life. It accomplishes this objective in a revolutionary way compared to other wellness programs, executive trainings, and leadership programs I have evaluated.” Camillo Davis, Director of Benefits, TJX.
Society for Humanistic Psychology workshop – April 2nd, 2017 –
Here is a quote by Shawn Rubin, PhD, President of Division 32 of the American Psychological Association, Professor of Clinical Psychology George Washington University, after he attended my workshop on the theory of love at the recent Div 32 conference;
I am not a religious man, but bless you for your work on love. I want to thank you again for your critically-important work. It has helped me and my patients and brought a more loving consciousness to all of our lives.
I have spoken at hundreds of conferences, meetings, given workshops to a varied audience because of the universal interest in how our relationship with ourselves and others effects our life, our health, our work, our productivity, creativity and ability to collaborate.
About 30 years ago I postulated a theory of lifespan, a developmental Self, and in the process came up with an original hypothesis about the nature of love. I have been working with my concepts since then. In 2013 Barbara Fredrickson, PhD in her book LOVE 2.0 based on an 8-year long research study, essentially validated my hypothesis of love.
RECENT WORK -
June 2016 I organized an international symposium "Toward A Unified Science of Love" which had a number of esteemed academicians whose life work was in this field. We are entering phase two - research. You can see the list of the presenters at the conference - (link hidden).
I am also a principal investigator in clinical trials at Danbury Hospital, CT to study whether self-love can help physicians, residents, and nurses prevent stress and burn-out, i.e. take better care of themselves. (link hidden) – see abstract. Study started September 2016 ends September 2017. Preliminary results have been promising.
I have also been on the faculty of many conferences like the Society for Psychotherapy Research - the Society for the Exploration of Psychotherapy Integration - The Brief Therapy Conference – The Society for Adult Development - teaching my theory of human development, the Self, and Unconditional Loving Behaviors, and their applications.
I was asked by Arianna Huffington to write articles about my work and concepts - these are two recent articles -
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My book is on Amazon - called Love Decoded.
MY PAST -
Stefan Deutsch was born in 1947 to holocaust survivors in a tiny village in Hungary. Their home had no running water, no plumbing, no heat, and barely electricity. As his parents escaped the Nazis, they once again had to escape the Russian communists ruling Hungary to bring their child to freedom in the United States. His journey to developing his theories of love and life-span was full. It included teaching mentally challenged children for the NYC Board of Education, going to NYU graduate school to become a Movement Therapist, and founding Creative Aging, Inc. and Impact On Hunger, Inc. both educational, non-profits. It even included becoming a professional actor in musical comedies. After getting married and having a child, he started a design company, which his wife still runs. But his greatest passion was to understand life and people. He became a trained Gestalt Psychotherapist and founded The Human Development Company, now known as Global Human Development.
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