Registrations are already coming in for the first International Conference on “Achieving Clinical Excellence.”
Not too long ago, I announced that internationally known researcher K. Anders Erickson, Ph.D.–the “expert on experts”–had agreed to present at the event. At that time, I also indicated that a number of internationally accomplished performers from a variety of professions (including psychology, business, medicine, science, music, entertainment, and sports) would be with us in Kansas City to teach and inspire. Attendees will learn the science and skills for achieving their personal best as a behavioral health practitioner by literally learning from the best.
Practice, as anyone who has been reading my recent blogosts and publications knows, is key for achieving excellence–and not just any old kind will do. To be effective, it must be deliberate, reflective, and ongoing. What’s more, it must be accompanied with high levels of support and detailed instruction from exceptional teachers.
No performer embodies these two principles–dedicated practice and exceptional teaching–better than FISM gold-medial winning magician, Michael Ammar. Magic magazine named him one of the 100 most influential magicians of the century.
Michael will open the second day of the the conference. First, he’ll perform. What can I say? You’ll be astonished and amazed. After that, Michael will talk about the role of practice in achieving excellence. He’s a master teacher who has spent years studying the elements of successful practice. He’ll not only inspire you, he will provide you with the means to excel.
Join us for three action packed days of fun, science and skill building. In the meantime, if you have a spare moment, watch Michael Ammar perform one of the classics of magic: the cups and balls.