Emotional

Take Time to Relax

Posted April 2, 2021 | By lkist

Digital Education Programming Presented by the
Center for Health & Wellbeing

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Life is hard, and that’s why it’s important to take time to relax. Watch this interview with licensed Psychologist Dr. Mike Ronsisvalle, author of the book, Stress Relief for Life, to hear the value of active and passive relaxation for stress relief.

By watching this program, you can expect to:

  • understand the value of active and passive relaxation for stress relief;
  • participate in relaxation techniques that can be done anywhere;
  • and learn about technological resources designed to alleviate stress and promote health and wellbeing.

This program is presented by Dr. David Metcalf — with special guest Dr. Mike Ronsisvalle — and is hosted by the Winter Park Health Foundation.

About the Program Presenters
About Dr. David Metcalf

Dr. David Metcalf is a senior researcher at the Institute for Simulation & Training Mixed Emerging Technology Integration Lab at the University of Central Florida with a 15-year history in web-based and mobile learning. He focuses on bridging the gap between corporate learning, simulation techniques, and the use of technology to improve human performance.

About Mike Ronsisvalle
Special guest Dr. Mike Ronsisvalle is a licensed psychologist and the host of both Reality Radio and the ground-breaking television series, Dr. Mike: Changing Your Reality.

As the vice president of Reality Inc., Dr. Mike speaks at conferences and seminars across the country on topics related to emotional and spiritual health. Dr. Mike is the president of LiveWell Behavioral Health, a psychological services organization that serves Central Florida, where he maintains an active clinical practice. He has authored both professional articles and popular books, including his latest published by Siloam Charisma House entitled “Stress Relief for Life.”

Dr. Ronsisvalle earned both a Master of Arts and a Doctor of Psychology in Clinical Psychology from Wheaton College. He completed his Predoctoral Internship, with an emphasis on Child, Adolescent, and Family Therapy, at Alexian Brothers Medical Center in Chicago, Illinois. Prior to his graduate studies in Psychology, Dr. Ronsisvalle completed seminary training at Samford University’s Beeson Divinity School where he received a Master of Theological Studies.