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. . .creator of Mindful Focusing, a technique for accessing deeper sources of knowing by engaging your body’s subtle capacity for “felt sense.” By bringing friendly, non-judgmental attention to the inner textures of experience, you discover concrete solutions and fresh directions in personal and professional life.
Your body has an answer to many questions that arise -- you simply need to focus on subtle physical signals that come from inside, beyond your intellectual mind.
Mindful Focusing combines traditional mindfulness techniques of simple awareness -- successfully field-tested by millions of people for thousands of years -- with modern techniques adapted from experiential psychology and social-emotional learning. It can help you get through rough spots at work, in relationships, in parenting, and in other challenging, everyday life situations.
Through guided exercises, you will learn strategies that help you stay present moment-by-moment and ways to engage your body’s subtle capacity for “felt sense,” those physical sensations that express an embodied, non-verbal, way of knowing. Mindful Focusing can inspire fresh insights -- allowing movement forward with renewed vision and energy.
This three-hour training is designed for mental health professionals, caregivers, meditation instructors, and other allied health and human services professionals. It will also benefit anyone involved in significant relationships (all of us).
Program content will include instruction, listening partnership exercises, and group sharing. Specifically, participants will have an opportunity to learn and practice three vital communication skills:
Optional Continuing education credits are available for Psychology and Social Work professionals for an additional fee.
The Penn Program for Mindfulness is partnered with HealthForumOnline and the University of Pennsylvania School of Social Policy and Practice to provide continuing education credits for this program.
HealthForumOnline is approved by the American Psychological Association (APA) to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. HealthForumOnline maintains responsibility for these programs and their content. The Pennsylvania Board of Social Workers, Marriage and Family Therapists and Professional Counselors allows APA-approved programs to be used as CE credits for these professionals.
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