MBSR is an approach to self-care that helps deal with stress, pain and illness. The MBSR course teaches people to focus awareness on body sensations, thoughts, and emotions in a non-judgmental way.This course is modeled on the program developed by Dr. Jon Kabat-Zinn at the Stress Reduction Clinic at the University of Massachusetts Medical Center. Kabat-Zinn’s program is evidence-based and applied all over the world. The course consists of eight weekly classes and one day-long class. It is…See More
How do you master raising children with respect, calmness and equanimity? Parenting can be very challenging, demanding and stressful. Often our values and ideas of being a parent are eaten up by daily stress and challenges. In this workshop we will look closer into what parents need as resources to act in the way they want to be as a parent and to respond to the needs of their children in a healthy manner. We will also present short exercises you can practice with your child to bring more…See More
October 15, 2018 at 5:30pm to December 3, 2018 at 7pm
In this 8 week course for teens, 13 to 17, you will learn how to better handle stress and everyday challenges and how to improve your overall happiness. You will learn formal and informal mindfulness practices. The course is adapted from a regular MBSR course to fit to the needs of teens. See More
What is your personal relationship to or connection with mindfulness?
Mindfulness is an important part of my life and allows me to live live more fully.
What is your professional work? As this is a mindfulness-based professional's network we require each member to disclose his or her profession (i.e. teacher, psychotherapist, MD, lawyer, etc.)
I am a certified MBSR teacher, facilitator and coach. I offer MBSR courses.
In 2017 I founded MBSRjunior (www.mbsrjunior.com), to offer mindfulness courses to children and teens. I am also a certified MISP teacher(Mindfulness in Schools Project) and offer mindfulness courses to schools.
Using mindfulness-based techniques in professional work
You need to be a member of Mindfulness Ottawa to add comments!