Nationally and Internationally Recognized Psychotherapist Dr. Lisa Palmer to Speak at STAcon LIVE

The Salt Therapy Association, the world’s largest organization representing the interests of salt therapy facilities, providers, vendors, suppliers, and enthusiasts, is proud to announce the addition of nationally and internationally recognized psychotherapist and media personality Dr. Lisa Palmer, Ph.D., LMFT, CHT, CRRT, to our speaker lineup for STAcon LIVE 2021, our annual Conference.

This year’s Conference will be held at the Wyndham® Lake Buena Vista Disney Springs Resort™ on September 13 and 14. A virtual option will also be available.


If you have not registered yet, please click here: www.stacon2021.com

The subject of Dr. Palmer’s presentation will be “How Improving Our Mental Wellness Can Improve Our Overall Health and Wellness”.


Dr. Palmer is a who regularly appears on all major television networks and radio shows (FOX, FOX Business, CNN, HLN, MSNBC, RT America, SKY TV, LBC, Cheddar TV, Newsy, NBC, CBSN, and more...)


Our mental health includes our emotional, psychological, and social well-being, and now more than ever, it's critical to our overall wellness to help determine how we handle stress, relate to others, and make healthy choices.


Dr. Palmer is the Founder and CEO of RenewMe Brand, and The Renew Center of Florida, Ranked #1 in the US for Treatment of PTSD by Newsmax.


RenewMe Brand is an iOS smartphone app launching in 2021 developed along with former senior Apple engineers to help you improve mindfulness, motivation, and lead a more balanced life. RenewMe is scheduled to include a line of wellness products for personal, corporate, and hospitality brands.


Dr. Palmer’s exclusive programs have a track record of success for tough-to-beat problems drawing high profile entrepreneurs, celebrities, and athletes from across the globe for the treatment of eating disorders, trauma, and other complex concerns.


Formerly Miss Vermont USA, Dr. Palmer speaks on a number of topics related to current news, research, crime, and pop culture as it relates to mental health and well-being.