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Managing Mindfully in an Uncertain World: Part Two 21–124–01

Start: Tuesday, June 2, 2020
At: ONLINE,
Fee: PWYC
Facilitator(s): Patricia Rockman MD CCFP FCFP

A four-session pay what you can series designed to help you mindfully manage during these turbulent times.

The second series of Managing Mindfully in an Uncertain World will continue to extend and deepen the work we did in the first series of the program. The themes will continue our movement between self-awareness and interconnection, increasing our ability to use mindfulness and compassion for ourselves and others. Each session will include a talk on various coping skills and insights from Patricia Rockman, followed by a mindfulness practice and a discussion to follow.

Please note: If you did not take any of the workshops in the first series, you can certainly still sign up for the second series and benefit greatly from this program! You may sign up for one or all four sessions.

  1. Wide Awake 2: we will work with bringing attention to how stopping and noticing the movement of experience increases skillful responses.
  2. Moving On 2: we will build on our movement practice and discuss how moving forward in small ways increases possibility.
  3. Compassionate Care 2: we will work with our reactivity and how letting go can help us to be kinder to ourselves and others.
  4. Connectivity 2: we will explore what it means to be connected to ourselves, others, and the world. How might we enact this in a concrete way?

NOTE: We will be recording the practice portion of each session in order to share it with registrants afterwards. For more information, contact us.

Tuesdays
Session 1: May 12, 2020 | 12:30pm – 1:30pm ET
Session 2: May 19, 2020 | 12:30pm – 1:30pm ET
Session 3: May 26, 2020 | 12:30pm – 1:30pm ET
Session 4: June 2, 2020 | 12:30pm – 1:30pm ET
Registration for each session closes at 10am ET the day of the session
Online Format
Please note this will be an interactive webinar. For details on the optimal technical set-up, click here.
Pay What You Can
A recommended contribution of $25 per session is requested.
We ask you to consider a minimum contribution of $10 per session.
For those facing more severe affordability issues, please email info@MindfulnessStudies.com.

To benefit our charitable initiatives, our facilitators donate their time and expertise. We ask that you please contribute what you can to help us deliver affordable mental health therapies to those in need.

We regret that refunds will not be possible for this workshop series.