NWI Board of Directors member Barbara Zabawa, JD, MPH, created a podcast entitled “Lemonspark“, a podcast that discusses finding hope, inspiration, and a sense of belonging from entrepreneurs who beat traumatic experiences, sharing their story of triumph.
In this episode, Barbara speaks with Debbie Millman of the Madison Trauma Center, who explains how her clinic cares for people suffering from trauma, and discusses the importance of hearing Lemonspark stories as part of the healing process.
Listen to the entire episode, below, or visit the Lemonspark site here to find links to listen on your favorite podcast platforms.
Along with starting her law firm, the Center for Health and Wellness Law, LLC, almost 5 years ago, Barbara Zabawa has also started the nonprofit Wellness Compliance Institute (WCI). Thus far, WCI has created standards of conduct for wellness professionals as well as brokers. These standards are essential to an ethical and legal wellness practice. Barbara has presented at the National Wellness Conference on workplace wellness compliance issues for the last four years. As a Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee, she has conducted research on the use of incentives in workplace wellness programs, and whether those incentives are perceived as complying with the requirement that information collection is “voluntary” under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).