If more people learn about how connection changes our bodies, and begin to connect – with friends, with family, with total strangers – can we help heal ourselves and start to heal our country?
The Connection Cure is a cross-country human engagement project challenging people to engage with themselves, others, and the world through meaningful conversation and connection. Together we combat loneliness by making it less taboo, learn the science behind everyday interactions, and create community and belonging, right where we are.
In this workshop we will:
Create a safe space to learn, define, and talk about connection
Understand the science behind connection and loneliness and their effects on our bodies' biochemistry
Share our own experiences of connection and disconnection
Engage in practical, tactical, easy ways to connect more
Lisa Daron Grossman is a speaker, life coach, and practitioner of positive psychology. She received her training as a Certified Professional Life Coach from the Coaches Training Institute and the International Coaches Federation as well as a Positive Psychology certification from the Center for Applied Positive Psychology. She has her MFA in Creative Nonfiction writing from the New School, a BA in Cultural Anthropology from Colorado College, and a certificate in Mind-Body medicine from the Center for Mind-Body Medicine.
Lisa is currently embarking on a four year tour — The Connection Cure — where she will be offering workshops that teach the science of human connection, creating a micromoment movement state-by-state.