Dr. Deri Ronis Discusses How Mediation Can Reduce Your Stress and Conflicts

Podcast Episode 010                                                         Release Date: 5/22/2015

Deri Ronis - colorOn this podcast Dr. Deri Ronis, the founder of The Conflict Resolution Centre in Sarasota, Florida provides listeners with key insights into how mediation can significantly reduce your habitual stress levels as well as lessen the potential for conflicts. She also clarifies how mediation and meditation are similar. Dr. Ronis elaborates on how although mediation is an external process, to a larger than expected degree, successful mediation shares many elements with the meditative process especially the aspects of centering, calmness and relaxation. Dr. Ronis helps clients improve the quality of their lives by giving them the tools they desire to achieve balance without drama for the win-win. Dr. Ronis is also the author of Soulful Love: The Search for the Self. To learn how you can derive benefits from working with Dr. Ronis, visit her website: http://drderi.com/ or call her at 561-644-3904.

Soulful Love: The Search for the Self



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