Breakfast With Hope

Let’s discuss Healthy Aging

Tuesday, February 25, 8am 
Books & Books, Coral Gables

Click the link below to purchase your next read!

March 31st – Love’s Executioner by Irvin Yalom

April 28th – Happiness is a Choice by John Leland

May 26th – Man’s Search for Meaning by Viktor Frankl

June 30th – Late-Life Love by Susan Grubar

August 25th – Alternate Side by Anna Quindlin

September 29th – Everything Happens for a Reason by Kate Bowler

October 27th – The Soul of Care by Arthur Kleinman

November 17th – Gratitude by Oliver Sacks

Tickets are $5 and include a hot breakfast generously sponsored by the Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center!

THIS MONTH: Hope will be discussing Dr. Andrew Weil’s HEALTHY AGING (Anchor, $16.95).

A unique book about aging that draws on the science of biogerontology as well as on the secrets of healthy longevity, from the renowned Dr. Andrew Weil.
Buy the book here

Attendees can take 20% off their purchase of “The Unwinding of a Miracle” as well as Hope’s February pick!

Dr. Karen Koffler is Medical Director for the Osher Center for Integrative Medicine at the University of Miami. She completed her medical training at the University of Miami School of Medicine, Michael Reese Hospital in Chicago, and the University of Colorado.

Please Note: You must purchase a ticket in order to attend this event. This session is limited to 30 people, so please register fast, if you are interested. Your ticket will be checked when you arrive and please keep in mind that breakfast will be served at 8am, but no sooner. Please allow the Cafe time to set-up. Breakfast and discussion will begin right after and will wrap up by 9am so that you still have time to get to the office, or wherever you’re going.

Hope Torrents is the Museum Educator and Director of the Fine Art of Healthcare program at the Lowe Art Museum, University of Miami where she’s worked since 1999. In 2010 her husband was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. Over a six year period her husband was in and out of the hospital a total of 45-50 times.

Hope’s own work with The Lowe Art Museum’s Fine Art of Healthcare is a small step in trying to prepare future healthcare providers to be better observers, communicators and have a much more holistic view of their patients and families. Hope’s interest in creating a book club on well-being was in part propelled by her frustration with the medical system especially in the fields of compassion, visual acuity, de-biasing, and collaboration.


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