Mindfulness For Better Health & Happiness.
What is mindfulness and what can it add to our lives?
Mindfulness has exploded into the media in the last while but this has been a growing movement for decades in North America and much longer in other parts of the world.
Mindfulness has come into our everyday language – however, the meaning and definitions continue to be elusive.
This interactive discussion will explore the fundamental components of what is meant by mindfulness, discuss when we are most likely to be mindful and why the commitment to enhancing Mindfulness is worthy of our attention.
We will touch on some benefits that could include:
Enhancing one’s ability to feel refreshed and live their best life.
In times of difficulties, one has a sense of more options to learn and cope with the experience.
Kirstin Bindseil, MSW, RSW has worked in Mental Health and Addictions for 20 years. She has been a Supervisor, Educator and Program Planner in the field.
She has been engaged in various innovative projects related to Mindfulness Meditation and has led Mindfulness groups for Chronic Pain, Depression, Anxiety, Smoking, Older persons and Addictions.
Kirstin has formal training in Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) and Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT), and has extensive experience providing mindfulness training to health care professionals who plan to add Mindfulness to their clinical practice.
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