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Spring 2021 Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction – Becca Calhoun
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Wednesdays from 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM
Start Date: Wednesday, April 28

Retreat: Saturday, June 5 from 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM.

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Spring 2021 Short Course in Mindful Self-Compassion – Yaffa Maritz and foxy Davidson
Created on Thursday, November 19 at 7:59 pm by [359].
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Thursdays from 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM
Start Date: Thursday, April 8

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Mindful Self-Compassion or “MSC” is an empirically-supported 6-week  program developed by Drs. Chris Germer and Kristin Neff now offered online . It helps participants cultivate the mental and emotional habit of mindful self-compassion by learning the process of infusing our moment-to-moment experience with self awareness kindness. Mindful self-compassion is the first step in emotional healing—being able to be-friend oneself, turn inwardly and acknowledge our difficult thoughts and feelings with a spirit of openness, curiosity and love, rather than self-judgment, or self-criticism.

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Mindful Self-Compassion or “MSC” is an empirically-supported 6-week training program developed by Drs. Chris Germer and Kristin Neff now offered online. . It helps participants cultivate the mental and emotional habit of mindful self-compassion by learning the process of infusing our moment-to-moment experience with self awareness kindness. Mindful self-compassion is the first step in emotional healing—being able to be-friend oneself, turn inwardly and acknowledge our difficult thoughts and feelings with a spirit of openness, curiosity and love, rather than self-judgment, or self-criticism. Perhaps most importantly, cultivating self-compassion means that we honor and accept our humanness. Things will not always go the way we want them to… Especially these days, many of us deal with on going uncertainties , insecurities about the future, being overwhelmed , feeling hurt, encounter frustrations fears and losses often on daily basis . . This is the human condition, more pronounced now than before , a reality shared by us all. 

Research has shown that self-compassion greatly enhances emotional well-being. It boosts resilience, confidence and a sense of purpose and deepen connection to self and others. MSC shows to reduces anxiety and depression and feelings of isolation. ,. Being both mindful and compassionate leads to greater ease and well-being in our daily lives. MSC can be learned by anyone. It’s the practice of recognizing moments of difficulty, and repeatedly evoking good will toward ourselves. It extends cultivation of that same desire beyond ourselves to all living beings to live happily and free from suffering.

In the weekly online 6 weeks 1.5hour program, participants will learn MSC skills through activities such as meditation, experiential exercises, short presentations, group discussion and home practices. No experience with mindfulness or meditation is required.

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Spring 2021 Tools for Teens – Kim Armstrong and Other
Created on Wednesday, December 16 at 9:59 am by [359].
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Sundays from 4:00 PM to 5:45 PM
Start Date: Sunday, March 14

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Based on the evidenced-based curriculum of Mindful Self Compassion for adolescents, the Mindful Schools curriculum, and principles of positive psychology; this 8-week experiential program for teens provides practices and tools to manage stress, increase feelings of happiness and well-being, and promote emotional resilience. In each weekly session, we will discuss concepts related to well-being and do a variety of practices, including mindfulness practices, intentional movement, and creative projects.

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Based on the evidenced-based curriculum of Mindful Self Compassion, the Mindful Schools curriculum, and principles of positive psychology; this 8-week experiential program for teens provides practices and tools to manage stress, increase feelings of happiness and well-being, and promote emotional resilience. In each weekly session, we will discuss concepts related to well-being and do a variety of practices, including mindfulness practices, intentional movement, and creative projects. 

 

We will also learn practical skills you can use in any moment to help when feeling stressed and overwhelmed with emotions. Research suggests that participation may reduce depression and anxiety in teens and may positively impact engagement and academic performance. This class is designed for teens, ages 14-18, and is taught by three women who have worked with experience working with adolescents. They have experienced seen /(experienced) the power of mindfulness and compassion personally and in support of the well-being of youth. 

 

Course Outline 

  • Week 1: What is Mindful Self-Compassion?
  • Week 2: How do we practice paying attention on purpose?
  • Week 3: How can we bring in more kind thoughts versus self-criticism? Why do this anyway?
  • Week 4: What is Self-Compassion anyway? Is it selfish?
  • Week 5: How do Self-Compassion and Self-Esteem differ?
  • Week 6: How do we live more fully?
  • Week 7: How can we work to better manage difficult emotions?
  • Week 8: How do we find more gratitude in life?

 

100% of teens who last took the course indicated that they had some or significant improvement in their stress levels or mood. Here is what a few teens have said about the program:

 

“I am more in tune with myself.”

“I can see that I’ve been able to be more self compassionate and just feeling better about myself. When I started this class, I was kinda at a low point and really just needed all the support I could get and now I’m doing the best I have in months.

“I have actually been better at dealing with stressful events that are outside my control.”

“It is really good at providing a lot of different concepts and practices that you can use in your everyday life.”

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The Facilitators, Space Between Team

Kim Armstrong (she/her/hers)
MA Psychology, MBA
Executive Director, Space Between

Mindfulness practices have been transformative for Kim and she is Kim is enthusiastic about how these practices may help young people and adults develop a healthy foundation for positive living and well-being. Kim is a co-founder of Space Between, a non-profit that brings the research-based practices of mindfulness, intentional movement, and breathing to children, teens, educators, and families in WA. She has an MA in Psychology for children and adolescents, is a certified yoga teacher, and has trained with Mindful Schools, Next Generation Yoga for teens/kids, The Center for Adolescent Studies, Trauma-Sensitive Mindfulness, and more. Outside of teaching and working with teachers and youth, she enjoys being with her husband and three teenagers, reading, dancing, cooking, hiking, and being in nature. 

Kara-Lee Ruotolo (she/her/hers)

MEd, MHC, Mindfulness Teacher

Director of Teaching and Learning, Space Between

 

Kara-Lee is passionate about her work with the non-profit Space Between which brings mindfulness to students, educators, and families in Seattle and around North America through virtual classes. She has a master’s degree in Education and Mental Health Counseling from Seattle University and is a certified children’s yoga instructor. She recently earned her Mindful Teacher Certificate through Mindful Schools and loves sharing these essential life skills and tools. When she is not teaching yoga and mindfulness Kara-Lee can be found in the garden, swimming, running along the lake with her husband, and enjoying living in the Pacific Northwest.

 

Tai Velasquez (she/her/hers)

Director of Community Engagement, Space Between

 

Tai Velasquez is a Chopra Center certified Primordial Sound Meditation instructor. Her greatest joy is helping people slow down, get still and find their inner compass. Tai has worked with children and youth from ages 4 to 20; some with documented disabilities, some who are justice-involved, and many in traditional educational institutions, sharing mindfulness exercises to assist them with self-regulation and present moment awareness. Tai is devoted to family, friends and causes that she believes in, with all relationships being reciprocal, loving and kind. She was raised in Seattle and lives in south Seattle with her family. Dark chocolate peanut butter cups and the sound of her son’s laughter bring her immense joy.

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Summer 2021 Tools for Teens – Kim Armstrong and Tai Velasquez
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Tuesdays from 4:00 PM to 5:45 PM
Start Date: Tuesday, July 6

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Dear Class Participant and Parents/Guardians,

 

You are confirmed for the 8-Week, Tools for Teens course, taught by Tai Velasquez and Kim Armstrong of Space Between beginning Tuesday July 5, 2021.

 

Parents, please review class details and sign the parent consent form. Please send the signed consent form before class begins.

 

Class Dates: Tuesdays, July 5 – August 24. Time: 4:00 – 5:45PM.

 

Location: Via Zoom

 

Course Outline 

Mindfulness is simply paying attention to what is happening right now, with compassion and curiosity. Tools for Teens is based in Mindful Self-Compassion, which brings in three pieces: awareness, recognition of common humanity (other people struggle with similar issues); and self-kindness. Research shows that being kind to ourselves, rather than beating ourselves up about things, helps us better grow and change. This class will bring in practical tools and skills to build awareness and kindness towards ourselves, especially important during this time of the pandemic and as our society is dealing with the impact of systemic racism and many polarizing situations in our country. The topics for each week include:

 

Week 1: What is Mindful Self-Compassion?

Week 2: How do we practice paying attention on purpose?

Week 3: How can we bring in more kind thoughts versus self-criticism? Why do this anyway?

Week 4: What is Self-Compassion anyway? Is it selfish?

Week 5: How do Self-Compassion and Self-Esteem differ?

Week 6: How do we live more fully?

Week 7: How can we work to better manage difficult emotions?

Week 8: How do we find more gratitude in life?

Parents and guardians, please complete this questionnaire prior to class so we can learn about your teen from your perspective.

Please have your teen complete this questionnaire prior to class so we can learn a bit about them and tailor the class to the group.

Supplies

Please come to each class with the following: plain paper and either markers, crayons, or colored pencils.  For the 7th week, you will need some corn starch. For some weeks, we will send an email ahead of time with an attachment or something for your to gather in or around your home.

Cancellation
Please let us know if your plans have changed and you need to cancel. As a reminder, 20% of course fees are non-refundable. Please review our cancellation deadlines below.

  • Cancellation two weeks before class start: 80% refund
  • Cancellation within two weeks of class start: 50% refund
  • No refunds guaranteed after the start of the course

Please feel free to contact Kim or Tai with questions at  info@spacebetween.community

 

If you have registration related questions please contact ccfwb@uw.edu or call 206-221-8508.

 

We look forward to working with you. Thank you!

 

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Fall 2021 CCT Intensive workshop – Maya Nader and
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Saturdays from 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Start Date: Saturday, October 23

Retreat: Sunday, October 24 from 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM.

Short Description:

The Compassion Cultivation Training (CCT) Intensive workshop introduces you to several aspects of compassion, and practices that can help to bring compassion alive in everyday life. Cultivating compassion goes beyond feeling more empathy and concern for others. It develops the strength to be with suffering, the courage to take compassionate action, and the resilience to recover from, or prevent burn-out. The workshop is designed to support anyone who wants to get reacquainted with their innate compassion. This includes parents, caregivers, health and mental health practitioners, educators, students, executives, social workers, police officers, public servants, attorneys and more.

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All of us have a natural capacity for compassion. However, everyday stress, social pressures, and strong emotions can make it difficult for us to fully express our compassion.

In this workshop you will learn how to train your mind to intentionally choose compassionate thoughts and actions and develop skills that help you relate to others — and yourself. Drawing from the same content developed by a team of contemplative scholars, clinical psychologists, and researchers at Stanford University, this shorter course integrates traditional contemplative practices with contemporary psychology and scientific research on compassion.
Why Cultivate Compassion?
Scientific studies suggest that a kind and compassionate attitude can greatly reduce the distress we feel in difficult situations and become a profound personal resource in times of stress. Cultivating compassion goes beyond feeling more empathy and concern for others. It develops the strength to be with suffering, the courage to take compassionate action, and the resilience to recover from, or prevent burn-out. These qualities support a wide range of goals, from improving personal relationships to making a positive difference in the world.

Through instruction and the interactive nature of the processes incorporated in this workshop, you will have opportunities to cultivate new ways in which to access, recognize, and strengthen compassion and empathy − as a default response to the ever-present challenges that characterize our human experience.
Cultivating Compassion includes the personal development of skills such as:
▪ Increase kindness and compassion for yourself and others
▪ Decrease symptoms of burn-out and distress in response to suffering
▪ Build personal resilience in response to stress
▪ Improve personal relationships
▪ Do something to help even when you feel like you can’t do anything

Who Participates in Compassion Cultivation Training?
CCT is designed to support anyone who wants to cultivate compassion for themselves and others. This includes parents, caregivers, health and mental health practitioners, educators, social workers, students, executives, police officers, public servants, attorneys and more.

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Location: Online, Zoom link
Compassion offers us all a way to strengthen our innate and relational resources, broaden and shift our perspective, and metabolize the challenges of life, big and small. By connecting with our compassionate nature, we can cultivate habits and an outlook that is more empowering and respond to challenges with greater skillfulness and wisdom.
This weekend intensive workshop condenses key components of the Compassion Institute’s flagship 8-week Compassion Cultivation Training© (CCT™) into a 2-day user-friendly format.
Who Should Attend:
This workshop is relevant to everyone working with people, and who are curious about how cultivating compassion can help navigate the suffering of others and yourself. During the workshop, you will be introduced to several aspects of compassion, and practices that can help to bring compassion alive in everyday life.
Topics and Skills We Will Cover:
• Compassion: What It Is, and Why and How We Go About Cultivating It.
• The Importance of Intention.
• Mindfulness.
• Loving Kindness and Compassion for a Loved One.
• Self-Compassion and Self-Appreciation.
• Expanding Our Circle of Compassion to Others.
• Making Compassion an Active Force in Everyday Life.

Confirmation Email/Welcome Letter:

Dear Participant,
Welcome to the Cultivating Compassion Training Intensive weekend!
To help me be prepared to start our CCT workshop please email me with your response to this confidential inquiry:
1- How do you think compassion cultivation training might support you in daily life—whether professional, personal, or both?
2- What are you hoping to learn, experience, or explore?

Please have a pen and some paper handy with you at each class: We will be doing some of our reflection by writing. If you feel like splurging… You may even consider having a designated journal to companion you through this experience!
Please do not hesitate to send me an email if you have any questions. Looking forward to meeting you online,
Warmly, Maya
Maya Nader
linkedin.com/in/mayanader
mayanader.cct@gmail.com
https://mayanader.com

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Maya Nader is a certified Compassion Cultivation Training (CCT) instructor by CCARE, Stanford University.
A native of Beirut, Lebanon, Maya earned her B.A. in Political Science from American University of Beirut. She moved to the US in 1989 at the height of the Lebanese war. As she continued her quest for peace in her country and region, Maya obtained a Master’s degree in Communication and Marketing from Boston University. She speaks French, Arabic and English and is grateful for the cultural richness these languages encompass. Through this lens, Maya views compassion as a bridge between cultures and religions and as the cornerstone of a more peaceful world. Maya has also become a certified yoga teacher and is working to become an accredited Yoga Therapist.
In her teaching CCT and Yoga, Maya continues to practice self-help and assist others beyond the classroom. She has taught classes and workshops for Yoga Behind Bars and serves on the board of Space Between.
More on Maya Nadar https://mayanader.com/

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Fall 2021 CCT Intensive workshop – Maya Nader and
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Saturdays from 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Start Date: Saturday, October 23

Retreat: Sunday, October 24 from 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM.

Short Description:

The Compassion Cultivation Training (CCT) Intensive workshop introduces you to several aspects of compassion, and practices that can help to bring compassion alive in everyday life. Cultivating compassion goes beyond feeling more empathy and concern for others. It develops the strength to be with suffering, the courage to take compassionate action, and the resilience to recover from, or prevent burn-out. The workshop is designed to support anyone who wants to get reacquainted with their innate compassion. This includes parents, caregivers, health and mental health practitioners, educators, students, executives, social workers, police officers, public servants, attorneys and more.

Long Description:

All of us have a natural capacity for compassion. However, everyday stress, social pressures, and strong emotions can make it difficult for us to fully express our compassion.

In this workshop you will learn how to train your mind to intentionally choose compassionate thoughts and actions and develop skills that help you relate to others — and yourself. Drawing from the same content developed by a team of contemplative scholars, clinical psychologists, and researchers at Stanford University, this shorter course integrates traditional contemplative practices with contemporary psychology and scientific research on compassion.
Why Cultivate Compassion?
Scientific studies suggest that a kind and compassionate attitude can greatly reduce the distress we feel in difficult situations and become a profound personal resource in times of stress. Cultivating compassion goes beyond feeling more empathy and concern for others. It develops the strength to be with suffering, the courage to take compassionate action, and the resilience to recover from, or prevent burn-out. These qualities support a wide range of goals, from improving personal relationships to making a positive difference in the world.

Through instruction and the interactive nature of the processes incorporated in this workshop, you will have opportunities to cultivate new ways in which to access, recognize, and strengthen compassion and empathy − as a default response to the ever-present challenges that characterize our human experience.
Cultivating Compassion includes the personal development of skills such as:
▪ Increase kindness and compassion for yourself and others
▪ Decrease symptoms of burn-out and distress in response to suffering
▪ Build personal resilience in response to stress
▪ Improve personal relationships
▪ Do something to help even when you feel like you can’t do anything

Who Participates in Compassion Cultivation Training?
CCT is designed to support anyone who wants to cultivate compassion for themselves and others. This includes parents, caregivers, health and mental health practitioners, educators, social workers, students, executives, police officers, public servants, attorneys and more.

Workshop Outline

Location: Online, Zoom link
Compassion offers us all a way to strengthen our innate and relational resources, broaden and shift our perspective, and metabolize the challenges of life, big and small. By connecting with our compassionate nature, we can cultivate habits and an outlook that is more empowering and respond to challenges with greater skillfulness and wisdom.
This weekend intensive workshop condenses key components of the Compassion Institute’s flagship 8-week Compassion Cultivation Training© (CCT™) into a 2-day user-friendly format.
Who Should Attend:
This workshop is relevant to everyone working with people, and who are curious about how cultivating compassion can help navigate the suffering of others and yourself. During the workshop, you will be introduced to several aspects of compassion, and practices that can help to bring compassion alive in everyday life.
Topics and Skills We Will Cover:
• Compassion: What It Is, and Why and How We Go About Cultivating It.
• The Importance of Intention.
• Mindfulness.
• Loving Kindness and Compassion for a Loved One.
• Self-Compassion and Self-Appreciation.
• Expanding Our Circle of Compassion to Others.
• Making Compassion an Active Force in Everyday Life.

Confirmation Email/Welcome Letter:

Dear Participant,
Welcome to the Cultivating Compassion Training Intensive weekend!
To help me be prepared to start our CCT workshop please email me with your response to this confidential inquiry:
1- How do you think compassion cultivation training might support you in daily life—whether professional, personal, or both?
2- What are you hoping to learn, experience, or explore?

Please have a pen and some paper handy with you at each class: We will be doing some of our reflection by writing. If you feel like splurging… You may even consider having a designated journal to companion you through this experience!
Please do not hesitate to send me an email if you have any questions. Looking forward to meeting you online,
Warmly, Maya
Maya Nader
linkedin.com/in/mayanader
mayanader.cct@gmail.com
https://mayanader.com

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Maya Nader is a certified Compassion Cultivation Training (CCT) instructor by CCARE, Stanford University.
A native of Beirut, Lebanon, Maya earned her B.A. in Political Science from American University of Beirut. She moved to the US in 1989 at the height of the Lebanese war. As she continued her quest for peace in her country and region, Maya obtained a Master’s degree in Communication and Marketing from Boston University. She speaks French, Arabic and English and is grateful for the cultural richness these languages encompass. Through this lens, Maya views compassion as a bridge between cultures and religions and as the cornerstone of a more peaceful world. Maya has also become a certified yoga teacher and is working to become an accredited Yoga Therapist.
In her teaching CCT and Yoga, Maya continues to practice self-help and assist others beyond the classroom. She has taught classes and workshops for Yoga Behind Bars and serves on the board of Space Between.
More on Maya Nadar https://mayanader.com/

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Fall 2021 Mindful Self-Compassion – Elizabeth Lin and
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Thursdays from 10:30 AM to 12:30 PM
Start Date: Thursday, September 9

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Mindful Self Compassion  (8 week online course)

A scientifically-based program that enhances physical and mental well-being, as well as relationships others. Participants will learn ways to apply awareness and self-kindness in their daily life through experiential exercises, short talks, and interactive group discussions.   

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Mindful Self-Compassion Online Course 

Without awareness, some of us go through life with an undercurrent of dissatisfaction with ourselves and perhaps life itself. We may assume that if we were “more….xxx”, then we would accomplish more, be more respected, richer, and happier.  Cultivating awareness (mindfulness), and self-kindness (self-compassion), allows us to recognize, and honor ourselves as imperfect human beings.  For all of us, life can present disappointments, losses, limitations.  Can we learn skills and approaches that would enhance our ability to meet these difficulties realistically with more kindness, understanding, resilience and spaciousness? And perhaps even live a more full and meaningful life?  We believe so.

Mindful Self-Compassion is a research-supported program that is designed to enhance self-kindness and improve well-being. Research shows that self-compassion significantly enhances emotional well-being (less anxiety and depression), boosts resilience, happiness, and can even help maintain healthful habits such as healthy eating and exercise. For many of us, self-criticism is a familiar driving force to do better and succeed. Yet, research shows that self-compassion is more effective in helping us meet our goals. Moreover, self-compassion is also associated with improved relationships, personal and professional growth, as well as healthy aging.

In this 8-week program, short lessons on the science of self-compassion, experiential exercises (including meditations), interactive and group discussion are offered in the weekly sessions as well as home practices.  Mindfulness and Self Compassion are demonstrated and experienced through a variety of topics and perspectives (e.g. physiological, psychological, social..)

No experience with mindfulness or meditation is required.  Many participants have observed their own transformation with mindful self-compassion.  Benefits even ripple to those whose lives we touch.

The The Mindful Self-Compassion Workbook available online or at your favorite book store is highly recommended as a supplementary resource for home practices while taking this course. It available online or at your favorite book store. Prices range from about $10-$19 depending on the store.

(Elizabeth Lin)

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Please feel free to forward any questions from interested/ potential participants, or give them my email.

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Fall 2021 Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction – Richard Berger,MD and
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Tuesdays from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM
Start Date: Tuesday, September 28

Retreat: Sunday, November 14 from 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM.

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Welcome to MBSR.  I hope you find this course exciting and interesting. I have been practicing mindfulness for about 30 years and once I started I never turned back. I hope you also find it fulfilling, enlightening, My intent is to help you find clarity in your life and to help you discover how to live your life to the fullest. 

Other frequently self-reported outcomes are:

  • Calmness and expanded awareness
  • Increased brain growth and function in areas of emotional control and executive function
  • Decreased stress
  • Improved self-image, emotional regulation, and concentration
  • Less anxiety

Since we are limited in numbers of attendees due to the pandemic, we hope you will try to make each class. Guidance and suggestions from students is always welcomed by me. 

Welcome to Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction.

Richard Berger, MD (Rick)

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Fall 2021 Tools for Teens – Kim Armstrong and Tai Velasquez, if we have at least 12 students. Not sure how we want to handle this? She will at least be a guest at times.
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Tuesdays from 4:00 PM to 5:30 PM
Start Date: Tuesday, September 14

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Fall 2021 Finding Calm – Angelica Zapata and Shayla Collins
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Mondays from 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM
Start Date: Monday, September 13

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Finding Calm – Strengthening Bonds Through Self-Kindness

Finding Calm offers a unique opportunity for parents and caregivers to learn mindful-based skills to help reduce stress, enhance strong bonds, explore mindful self-compassion and encourage balance.

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Finding Calm – Strengthening Bonds Through Self-Kindness

Finding Calm offers a unique opportunity for parents and caregivers to learn mindful-based skills to help reduce stress, enhance strong bonds, explore mindful self-compassion and encourage balance.

This online class is for ALL parents (regardless of the age of your child). Our 6-week class includes:
• Mindful based skills to reduce stress
• An environment to discover your own inner wisdom, confidence and empowerment
• Parent & child self-awareness with a focus on self- regulation, self-compassion and parent and child emotional development
• Intentional reflections of one’s experience and relationships in order to cultivate a deeper appreciation for others and self that builds a long-term outlook of positivity.
• Emphasis on the importance of parent/child attachment
• A community of like-minded parents who aspire to be the best parents they can be and are willing to embark on the parenting journey with curiosity.

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Finding Calm – Strengthening Bonds Through Self-Kindness.

Finding Calm offers a unique opportunity for parents and caregivers to learn mindful-based skills to help reduce stress, enhance strong bonds, explore mindful self-compassion and encourage balance.

This online class is for ALL parents (regardless of the age of your child). Our 6-week class includes:
• Mindful based skills to reduce stress
• An environment to discover your own inner wisdom, confidence and empowerment
• Parent & child self-awareness with a focus on self- regulation, self-compassion and parent and child emotional development
• Intentional reflections of one’s experience and relationships in order to cultivate a deeper appreciation for others and self that builds a long-term outlook of positivity.
• Emphasis on the importance of parent/child attachment
• A community of like-minded parents who aspire to be the best parents they can be and are willing to embark on the parenting journey with curiosity.

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