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.

Mindful Work Summit

Living Well Awake is a 2018 sponsor

April 13th-15th, 2018 ~ 1440 Multiversity ~ 800 Bethany Dr, Scotts Valley, CA

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CREATE A MINDFUL WORKPLACE THAT BENEFITS EVERYONE

GATHER AT THE SUMMIT WITH HUNDREDS OF corporate, non-profit, government and education leaders, HR professionals, mindfulness and leadership trainers, mindful workplace champions.

Here are a Few of the Topics on the Agenda:

  • Innovative programs for improving your workplace culture
  • How being a people-centered organization improves the bottom line
  • An action plan for bringing mindfulness into your organization

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.