Tuesday, November 2, 2021 - 12:15pm - 1:15pm
Virtual Via Zoom
Tracie Addy, Larissa Kelleher, Asmita Pendse, Chris Phillips

Decreased stress, increased attentiveness and emotional regulation, better cognitive flexibility, improved working memory. These and other benefits of mindfulness support it as a powerful practice to utilize when we interact with colleagues as well as teach and mentor students. During this session we will invite the expertise of Dr. Larissa Kelleher and Dr. Asmita Pendse from the Counseling Center, as well as Professor Chris Phillips who has engaged students with various mindfulness practices through contemplative teaching. The facilitators will share research on mindfulness, present sample practices that can be used to foster mindfulness, and engage participants in a discussion on ways to integrate mindfulness into both their personal and professional lives.

Sponsored by: 
CITLS, Counseling Center

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