The Mindfulness Lab is a 5-week class (1 hour each week) that helps you create and incorporate an effective and on going mindfulness practice in all aspects of your life.
Mindfulness has been scientifically shown to reduce anxiety and stress, improve attention, boost the immune system, reduce emotional reactivity and promote a general sense of well‐being.
Date: Begins June 3rd, 2018 at 12:30pm. This is a 5-week class.
Time: 12:30pm to 1:30pm
Location: 6/3 – Council Room D 6/20 – Council Room B 6/27 – Council Room D 7/11 – Council Room B 7/18 – Council Room A
Here is what you will learn in this class:
Overview of Mindfulness
Mindfulness of the Body
Working with Difficult Emotions
Cultivating Positive Emotions
Working with Difficult Thoughts
Speaker: Mark Miller is a clinical psychologist and is passionate about integrating psychology with mindfulness and Buddhist perspectives. He is a teacher at Mindful USC and InsightLA, has been a meditator for over 25 years, and he has practiced in both the Tibetan (Kagyu) and Insight traditions. Trained as a mindfulness teacher by Trudy Goodman in the Teacher Development Group at insightLA and by The Center for Mindful Self Compassion , Mark is deeply committed to sharing the power of mindfulness to ease human suffering.
Keck Medical Center of USC/USC Norris Medical Executive Committee are in support of this program…
“This is so relevant for the medical field where providers experience and bare witness to so much trauma. Not only does it help us live happier lives, it will improve the quality of care we deliver to our patients.”
“This has given me insight and a process to be present and aware and deal with feelings, thoughts and sensations in a way I had not been previously aware of and that I will use”
“Excellent Instructor, engaged the whole class, enjoyable presentations with real life examples, very beneficial to faculty”
“I am a novice with regard to mindfulness, so it was a good basic introduction. It helped.”