Integrating Mindfulness into Professional Practice

July 14th, 2018 ~ UC Berkeley ~ Professional Training – Integrating Mindfulness into Professional Practice

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Discover easy and practical ways to integrate mindfulness into your work with clients, individually or in groups. Learn how mindfulness can support greater well-being, emotional intelligence, less anxiety, depression, emotional outbursts, & addictive tendencies. Immerse yourself in an inside-out day learning environment where you cultivate and experience mindfulness practices for your personal life and professional work. Learn through didactic instruction, journaling, experiential exercises such as mindful walking, eating, and a variety of evidence-based tools and practices.

The Culture Conference

Carley will be a group moderator for this conference

April 14th + 15th, 2018 ~ One Workplace ~ 2500 De La Cruz Blvd. Santa Clara, California

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TRANSFORMING LEADERS AND TEAMS FROM THE INSIDE OUT
HOSTED AT ONE WORKPLACE IN THE HEART OF SILICON VALLEY

The Culture Conference is an immersive 2-day event for business leaders who are committed to building positive teams and cultures.

An invite-by-application group of 175 business leaders will come together to share their personal triumphs and challenges as culture pioneers, and learn from each other about what’s working in creating and shifting culture in their organizations.

Integrating Mindfulness into Professional Practice

April 7th, 2018 ~ UC Berkeley ~ Professional Training – Integrating Mindfulness into Professional Practice

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Discover easy and practical ways to integrate mindfulness into your work with clients, individually or in groups. Learn how mindfulness can support greater well-being, emotional intelligence, less anxiety, depression, emotional outbursts, & addictive tendencies. Immerse yourself in an inside-out day learning environment where you cultivate and experience mindfulness practices for your personal life and professional work. Learn through didactic instruction, journaling, experiential exercises such as mindful walking, eating, and a variety of evidence-based tools and practices.