For civic and nonprofit organizations, Scott E. Weiner, C.H.,
might deliver pro bono Stress Relief Workshops.
Mr. Weiner has delivered free Stress Relief Workshop talks to:
American Society of Training and Development
Gilda's Club, Westchester, NYC, and NYC Brooklyn Members and Staff
(for over 10 years, monthly in both NYC and Westchester)                                 
Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
Malecare (those touched by Prostate Cancer)
Make-a-Wish Foundation
Barnes & Noble, Monthly Talk                                                                               
With City of Mount Vernon Mayor Davis
New York Society for Ethical Culture                                                                   
Family Services of Westchester
Grand Central Neighborhood Social Services Corporation
(committed to providing immediate relief to Midtown Manhattan's
homeless population)
Fitness Together
Mount Vernon Mayor and Department Heads
Senator Klein's Staff
Mount Vernon Kiwanis         Bronxville Rotary Club        
Bronxville Public Library      Brooklyn Public Library        
Bronxville Lions Club            Bronxville Chamber of Commerce
Bronxville Rotary Club          Eastchester Rotary Club
Fleetwood Neighborhood Association
Gramatan Club – Singles Group of the Reformed Church
Mount Vernon Kiwanis           Mount Vernon Chamber of Commerce
Mount Vernon Rotary Club    White Plains Rotary Club
Yonkers Elder Friendly Initiative (YEFI)


“Scott Weiner’s Stress Relief Workshop provides techniques and tools that can allow an individual
to cognitively reinterpret negative and stressful thoughts.  Scott Weiner facilitates his Stress Relief
Workshop with optimal understanding of individual strengths and complexities. He combines
humor and professionalism in his workshop and entertains.”
 Migdalia Torres, LCSW, Cancer Care

For nonprofit organizations, Scott E. Weiner facilitates brainstorming sessions, using a process for
applied imagination and deliberate creativity based on the 6-step Alex Osborn-Sid Parnes Creative
Problem Solving (CPS) process.  CPS is a framework for creativity that has been researched,
developed, proven, and taught for more than 50 years by the Creative Education Foundation and at
the annual international Creative Problem Solving Institute (, where Mr.
Weiner has been a participant and facilitator.

"Scott Weiner was gracious enough to provide a pro-bono workshop for the members of Gilda's
Club Westchester, a non-profit cancer support community in White Plains, NY, and he also
facilitated a workshop for our staff. Working with Scott Weiner has been a pleasure from day one.
He is extremely knowledgeable, and his workshops are useful and practical. He is dedicated to
helping others better themselves through stress reduction, and provides simple tips to reducing
stress. His techniques were easy to learn and simple to use and he had great ideas about how to
integrate stress reduction into your everyday life. Feedback for Mr. Weiner's workshop was
fabulous; they loved it and want him to return!"
Christine Consiglio, LCSW, Program Coordinator,
Gilda's Club Westchester

One of Scott E. Weiner’s Stress Relief Workshops would teach people how to reduce their stress
and at the same time can serve as a fundraiser — with a portion of the participant’s ticket used for
fundraising. This would be a unique event for specific audiences such as singles, job seekers, or

A brand new study released this March shows that one-third of Americans are chronically
overworked — and even more feel overwhelmed by their jobs ("Overwork in America" by the
Families and Work Institute).  The American Institute of Stress points out that 1 million workers
every day are absent due to stress. It has been that estimated that the vast majority of physician
office visits are for stress-related ailments and complaints.

Click here for descriptions of the various fundraising Stress Relief Workshops.

Click here for Facilitator's Background

For details, call (212) 360-7222 or email at Scott E. Weiner


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