March 15, 2007 – Scott E. Weiner, Ph.D., presented a stress-reducing seminar today to UN staff.

Weiner addressed learning managers for the UN Secretariat world-wide who were at the New
York City headquarters for their annual meeting.

“Workplace stress is a global phenomenon,” said Weiner. “With all the uncertainty, demands and
conflict in the workplace – and the world today – even a peace-keeping organization can get
stressed out.”

Weiner is the creator and facilitator of “Rapid Relief from Worries, Negativity, and Stress."
Weiner earned a Ph.D. in Philosophy. His unique approach combines philosophy and guided
imagery to help people imagine and interpret their situations in empowering ways. Participants
are taught high-impact techniques that bring stress relief in just a minute or less, and that they
can use themselves to reduce or prevent stress.

He has presented similar seminars at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Make-A-Wish
Foundation, the Learning Anne
x, 92nd Street Y, Barnes & Noble, several Westchester Chambers
of Commerce, Rotary Clubs, Kiwanis, Lions, and twice monthly at Gilda's Club for anyone
touched by cancer.  

Weiner also coaches to help people to reduce stress, worry, and fear.  He is currently writing a
book on creative stress reduction techniques. He recently published “Want to Stress Less?” in
New York Law Journal Magazine.

For further information about his upcoming public seminars or how hypnosis might help you,

Scott E. Weiner to present a motivational kick off or informative seminar to your group.

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following links:

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Scott E. Weiner Speaks at UN