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Webinar: Mindfulness

February 23, 2016 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm PST

February 23, 2016, 2 pm EDT (11 AM PDT) Webinar: Mindfulness

The concept of mindfulness has been widely studied and applied to a variety of helping professions in clinical settings over the last few decades. It can be applied across a wide range of human experiences. The practice of mindfulness leads to a decrease in stress and anxiety as well as an increase in overall emotional well being of the person and work environment. Mindfulness has even been proven to increase empathy, self-control, concentration, mental clarity and objectivity.

This interactive session explains mindfulness techniques and the value they add to the professional and personal life experiences. In doing this, the workshop covers case studies of how mindfulness is being implemented by small and large organizations. 

Participants Will

  • Explore life-experiences through mindful connectivity by enriching five senses
  • Learn evidence based findings on mindfulness’ positive affects on life
  • Gather information to personally practice mindfulness and share with friends and colleagues.

About the Presenter

Dr. Murali Nair is a Columbia graduate, presently a Clinical Professor of Social Work and a fellow of the Keck Medical School Center for Integrative Health at the University of Southern California. He is a life long practitioner of mindfulness. He was the co-founder and Co Director of the “Center for Healing Across Cultures” at Cleveland State University in Ohio. His publications include a book on Healing Across Cultures and the Good Life An Approach to Holistic Health (Cengage), recently co authored an article on “Traditional Medicine” as a chapter in the Encyclopedia of Human Services (Sage) and co authored the 4th edition of “Effectively Leading and Managing Human Service Organizations” (Sage).

Nair’s mini documentaries include: Healing power of the Environment, Healing Traditions of LA Ethnic Enclaves, Life Style Factors of Centenarians in India, China, Costa Rica, Hawaii.