Allyson Mayo, DBH, is faculty and a key presenter at the UCSF Smith Family Foundation’s 8th Annual Substance Use Disorder Symposium on Friday June 28th. This is a full day event held at UCSF Mission Bay Conference Center. The event is open to the pubic and features speakers addressing the new resurgence in legitimate psychedelic therapies and research, updates on medication-assisted treatment, neuromusicology and recovery, technological advances in the treatment of addiction, expert perspectives on trauma and conscious recovery, updates on approaches to substance use disorder education in the medical system, and the emerging workforce of dedicated addiction professionals.
Is your child exhibiting behaviors that have you concerned about their emotional well-being? Are they experiencing anxiety, depression, trauma, emotional difficulties, or stress that feels unmanageable?
Comprehensive Wellness, a John Muir Health Community Connect Practice, is hosting a one-of-a-kind workshop. Dr. Mayo will discuss the new thinking around emotional and behavioral health. We are committed to providing families access to the skills and knowledge they need to promote health and wellness in their families and community.
Dr. Mayo will answer your individual questions, ensuring that your concerns are heard and you leave with the tools you need to help your family today.
May 16, 2019
6:00pm – 8:00pm
John Muir Health Outpatient
1450 Treat Blvd – Thompson Conference Room
Walnut Creek CA 94597
Allyson Mayo, DBH
Behavioral Health Practitioner/Educator
Dr. Allyson Mayo is a Doctor of Behavioral Health and an industry expert educating on how to prescribe Lifestyle Medicine to the root causes of maladaptive behaviors. Through a revolutionary approach of Behavioral Fitness, Dr. Mayo brings us all a much needed new approach to mental health. A professor at USF and county mental health representative, she is helping our communities become behaviorally fit.
For more information, contact Dr. Mayo at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 925.464.3916.
Rebecca Berke, BCH, will be presenting “Mindfulness into Total Body Alignment” at Oakwood Athletic Club’s 2019 Commit to Get Fit Event. Using the Powerful Mind/Body connection Improves health, well-being, energy and creativity. We all have the resources within us to tap into a sense of calm confidence to release the negative cycles. A very doable and practical daily practice will be explained to use inner resources to achieve a more fully present and happier life.
Monday, May 13
Oakwood Athletic Club
4000 Mt. Diablo Boulevard
Rebecca Berke, BCH, is a board certified hypnotherapist and mindfulness teacher/coach who facilitates self-leadership in positive ways. Her talent lies in the ability to help clients create clear and confident visions for their lives. She aligns them through the mind/body connection with cohesive and confident engagement with their natural gifts and strengths.
Comprehensive Wellness is pleased to announce that Bess Inzeo, MA, PPS will be joining our practice this month. Bess is a counselor and child wellness advocate for children ages 3-12 years old. She has been an educator for more than 20 years. She creatively teaches social skills, how to manage anxiety, and coping strategies for the home and school environments.
Learn more about Bess Inzeo
Comprehensive Wellness is pleased to announce that Allyson Mayo, DBH, will be joining our practice this month. Dr. Allyson Mayo is a Doctor of Behavioral Health and an industry expert educating on how to prescribe Lifestyle Medicine to the root causes of maladaptive behaviors. Through a revolutionary approach of Behavioral Fitness, Dr. Mayo brings us all a much needed new approach to mental health. A professor at USF and county mental health representative, she is helping our communities become behaviorally fit.
Learn more about Dr. Allyson Mayo
Comprehensive Wellness is proud to welcome Health and Wellness Coach, Anne McEntee, RN, NBC-HWC, to the practice. Anne McEntee is a Registered Nurse and National Board-Certified Health and Wellness Coach. She completed Duke Integrative Medicine’s Integrative Health Coach Professional Training Program. Anne enjoys working with individual clients to help them prevent or manage chronic health issues.