Robert Lawrence Friedman, MA

  Forest Hills, NY

Robert Lawrence Friedman, MA

For over 30 years, Robert Lawrence Friedman, M.A., international speaker/trainer, author, and trained psychotherapist, has provided his keynote presentations, training programs, and workshops to Fortune 500 corporations, educational institutions, and health care organizations throughout the United States, Europe, and Asia. Friedman was awarded the Hearst Scholar Award for his innovative work in the field of wellness. His expertise in the areas of stress management has led to national and international media attention. Friedman was featured on the yearlong Discovery Health Channel documentary, Class of ’75, in which he mentored five highly stressed individuals by providing specific stress management strategies. Other appearances have included “The Today Show” (NBC), “NY One News,” “Fox News,” along with news programs on Fuji and Sankei Television in Japan. He is the author of the book How to Relax in 60 Seconds or Less (Healthy Learning, 2011). In addition, Healthy Learning, Inc., a California-based wellness company, has produced fifteen of Friedman’s workshops and seminars on DVD. Friedman has been interviewed for articles in The Wall Street Journal, U.S. News and World Report, Newsday, Self, Spa, My Generation, Cosmopolitan, and The Washington Times. He has designed two cutting-edge computer software programs and iPhone applications, “Relaxation On-Demand” and “Confidence On-Demand” for individuals seeking immediate support in areas of stress relief and improving feelings of empowerment. Friedman is a professional member of the National Speaker’s Association.

About the Drum Circle Facilitation Workshop

The Percussive Arts Society International Convention Drum Circle Facilitation Workshop is a 5-hour workshop providing facilitators at any level, beginning to advance, the opportunity to learn from a world-renowned drum circle facilitator on how to enhance their facilitation skills. This experiential program will focus on rhythm and facilitation techniques when working with four specific populations. As a facilitator since 1986, Robert’s work has included populations ranging from corporate employees to Alzheimer’s patients. This program will focus on some of the techniques that Robert has employed working with corporate employees, at-risk youth, senior citizens and young adults. Particular focus will be provided in areas including stress management, empowerment, emotional release and team building. If your work involves exploring drum facilitation in corporations, detention centers, senior centers, nursing homes, day camps and others, please join us.

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“Managing Your Stress at PASIC and Beyond”

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Room 209

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Room 109

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