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BrainSHIFT - 3 Mindful Steps To Break The Stress-Success Cycle

Event Start Date: May 20, 2021 12:00 PM

Event End Date: May 20, 2021 1:30 PM

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BrainSHIFT: 3 Mindful Steps To Break The Stress-Success Cycle



Joint BABTA/SVBTA Webinar


Date & Time:

May 20, 2021, 12:00 - 1:30 Pacific Time






Dr. Romie Mushtaq, MD, ABIHM

  • Physician
  • Founder of "brainSHIFT at Work": Virtual Wellness & Mindfulness Programs
  • Keynote & Virtual Speaker
  • Media Expert on Brain/Mental Health 
  • Chief Wellness Officer, Evolution Hospitality

How often do you have: Difficulty focusing at work? Racing thoughts before bed? Feelings of stress or anxiety and end up with too many visits to the doctor with no real answers? It’s time to get to the core of the issue and break the Stress-Success Cycle. Dr. Romie’s keynote blends medicine and wellness into her “3 Mindful Steps” and will truly shift your personal and professional life.

Dr. Romie’s science-backed program gives you simple steps to implement right away. Let’s change the way your brain and your team functions to create a more successful, balanced, and healthy life.

In this 60-minute interactive training, you will: 

1. Score your current stress level and immediately implement three basic steps to lead with calm, decision, and precision.

2. Start a 7-day process to brainSHIFT from panic-induced symptoms to a PMA (Positive Mental Attitude).

3. Learn a science-driven mindfulness protocol to implement into your daily routines.

4. Practice practical mindful techniques to implement at home and in the workplace

Together, BABTA & SVBTA are here to help Dr. Romie support young female entrepreneurs and their STEM programs.  Let's help her get to her goal!

Dr. Romie entered neurology at a time when less than 5% of neurologists were women.  Born into an Asian family in the small Midwestern town of Danville, Illinois, Dr. Romie is the proud daughter of immigrants and a hard-working product of the US public school system. From a young age, she showed all the signs of entering a STEM career–growing up with a tribe of brothers, playing with toy trucks and building blocks over Barbie dolls, and being captain of the speech and debate team for three years.



Joint BABTA/SVBTA Webinar