Part 1 of this presentation introduces the psychology of “self-study” and the power of a meditation and mindfulness practice to open the heart and mind to be more present, focused and grounded in the face of adversity and, generally, to manage the demands, stresses and challenges of the range of human experiences that arise in our lives.
For more, visit https://www.apa.org/members/content/meditation-heart
Part 2 of this presentation deepens your awareness and understanding of how a mindset of meditation and mindfulness can increase your capacity to (a) engage in an effective practice of self-care and self-healing, and (b) realize enhanced overall heart-mind-body-spirit functioning.
For more, visit https://www.apa.org/members/content/meditation-self-care
Part 3 of this presentation is an introduction to “relational mindfulness” – an extension of a meditation and mindfulness practice wherein you will learn how to join others to cultivate calm, openness, compassion, and a peace-filled social environment, in our personal lives and professionally with colleagues and clients/patients.
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