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This timely resource will help you plan for a great experience and stay up-to-date with all the news you need to know about our
Annual Conference.

Earn your credits 


The Worksite Wellness Council of Massachusetts (WWCMA) is a designated provider of continuing education contact hours (CECH) in health education by the National Commission for Health Education Credentialing, Inc. 

Attend our 8th Annual Conference at Gillette Stadium on October 3 and earn up to 5.25 CEUs.  WWCMA19 is designated for Certified Health Education Specialists (CHES®) and/or Master Certified Health Education Specialists (MCHES®) to receive up to 5.25 total Category I contact education contact hours. Maximum advanced-level continuing education contact hours available are 5.25.  
Don’t miss out on this opportunity to earn credits
and learn from wellness industry leaders!

Conference Preview

WWCMA18 Community Health Magazine

Still curious about the conference? Community Health Magazine has once again provided us with a fabulous magazine spread showcasing our speakers, sponsors, exhibitors and award winners from the prior year.  Once you've swiped through the pages of WWCMA18, you'll know our 8th Annual Conference on October 3 is not to be missed!  

Opportunities Still Available 

Become a Sponsor Today!

We’re expecting nearly 450 wellness-minded professionals for a full day of learning and networking at WWCMA19 on October 3. Elevate your company’s commitment to well-being by selecting one of these special sponsorship options that are selling quickly!  If you have questions about what’s right for your organization, contact Saul Lookner to learn more.

TRACK 1: Breakout Session 

Edi Pasalis

Edi Pasalis is an experienced social impact leader who cultivates mindful, resilient organizations. She is the driving force behind RISE, Kripalu’s evidence-based initiative that trains individuals in high-impact, high-stress organizations and helps create more people-centered, emotionally intelligent workplaces. More...

Session Topic:
The Inner Landscape of Resilience
Resilience is the capacity to bounce back – but where are we bouncing back to? How do we know when we’re there?  More...

TRACK 2: Breakout Session 

Alanna Fincke

Alanna is a health and wellbeing expert, who helps people build their resilience and coping skills, bringing about long‐term change in wellness, productivity, and performance. As meQuilibrium’s Director of Content, Alanna is particularly focused on making the powerful sciences of resilience and cognitive behavioral therapy accessible and understandable for all people. More...

Session Topic:
The 7 Habits of Highly Resilient People: Key Neuroscience Techniques That Will Empower Your People and Transform Your Business
Rapid and relentless change is now the norm in today’s global business environment. As a result, 68% of employees feel overwhelmed. And it’s for reasons related to low resilience: difficulty in handling and adapting to change, the inability to work well in a team, and poor handling of interpersonal problems.   More...

TRACK 3: Breakout Session 

Sarah Lazar

Sara W. Lazar, PhD is an Associate Researcher in the Psychiatry Department at Massachusetts General Hospital and an Assistant Professor in Psychology at Harvard Medical School. The focus of her research is to elucidate the neural mechanisms underlying the beneficial effects of yoga and meditation, both in clinical settings and in healthy individuals. More...

Session Topic:
Meditation and the Brain
In this talk you will learn how meditation practice alters brain structure and function. These changes will be discussed in relation to the beneficial effects of meditation on stress, depression, anxiety and pain. More...


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Organizations building more agile workforces are realizing that a standard rigid performance process no longer fits. Increasing employee resilience so they can easily contribute to multiple teams and functions when needed requires managers to be more flexible.  Organizational systems need to adapt along with them to ensure they remain effective leaders.  
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