Connecting With Your Highest Priorities and Values in a Time of COVID-19

Friday, May 22, 2020 -
12:00pm to 1:00pm


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Many of us are in a crisis of connection right now.  We are disconnected from our daily routines, each other, the work that we love. We may be feeling disconnected from our bodies due to lack of exercise, irregular sleep, and/or deteriorating food choices. At home, cabin fever, mood swings and increased workload may be straining the connection we feel to our children or partners.

 If this sounds familiar, please join Palo Alto University alumna, Kristine Klussman, Ph.D., for a one-hour webinar that will help you identify areas of blocked connection and provide strategies such as intention, attention and behavioral interventions to help you begin to feel more connected. She will help participants learn how to identify core non-negotiable values and priorities in order to cultivate greater personal meaning and alignment.

About Kristine Klussman, Ph.D.

Dr. Kristine Klussman is a health psychologist, researcher, author, TEDx and keynote speaker based in the San Francisco Bay Area. As the founder and principal of the non-profit think tank Connection Lab, she leads a team of researchers exploring and publishing peer-reviewed research related to meaning-in-life, self-connection and the true self. Dr. Klussman completed her Ph.D. at Palo Alto University (formerly the Pacific Graduate School of Psychology) and her doctoral training at Harvard Medical School’s Department of Behavioral Medicine, and her forthcoming book is entitled Connection: Finding the Life You Want in the Life that You Have (Sounds True publishing, 2021).  For more information, visit


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