This course is a quick introduction to mindfulness as a tool to reduce stress. In five mini sessions learn definitions of stress, how to identify stress in your life, ways mindfulness can help, and concrete way to try mindfulness and experience benefits right away. Plan to spend about two hours to complete this course.
Learn about what Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction is and whether it could be a good fit for you. You will leave with a few mindfulness practices you can use right away, and in depth information about the MBSR course. In person or video attendance of the Introduction to MBSR class is required for those who sign up to take the full course.
Register to receive the link to join class on January 7th and to receive the recording of the class.
MBSR (Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction) is an 8 week evidenced based course that systematically leads participants to integrate mindfulness into to day to day life. This is a strong dose of mindfulness practice, guidance, and learning in community. In addition the weekly two and a half hour classes, we meet for a daylong class on Saturday, February 27th. Course fee includes weekly classes, daylong class, workbook, and audio recordings of the practices. You can add individual sessions to tailor your experience.
This recorded one hour class is specifically designed for busy or burnt out professionals and caregivers who are wanting to live life more fully and gracefully. You will have the opportunity to participate in mindfulness practices. We will discuss the 3 specific ways that mindfulness practice can transform stress.
Dialectical Behavior Therapy is an incredible skills based approach to changing patterns of thinking, feeling and behaving and is proven to help with symptom reduction of several diagnosis including chronic post traumatic stress, depression relapse prevention, and some anxiety disorders. The DBT program includes an initial consultation,
weekly small group classes, and weekly handouts. The program focuses on development and mastery of skills including mindfulness, emotional regulation, interpersonal effectiveness, and distress tolerance.
"In the midst of a growing mental illness epidemic, award-winning health journalist Shannon Harvey enlists a team of scientists to put meditation to the test. As she travels 30,000 kilometres around the world, from the bright lights of Manhattan to the dusty refugee camps of the Middle East, she has one simple question in mind: Could learning to quiet our busy minds be the solution the world so desperately needs?
In her search for the mental equivalent of a 30 minute daily work-out, the best of investigative science journalism meets the most personal of storytelling as Shannon interweaves her journalistic diary with the intimate stories of the people she meets along the way.
What begins as a year-long self-experiment transforms into a life-changing experience."
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