As therapists, you are meeting the anxieties of this time every day in your practice. You are being asked not just to hold steady for yourself and your loved ones, but also for those you work within your clinical practice. Meditation is a great tool for building inner balance and stability so that you can ‘hold’ all of this with ease and without compromising your own well-being.
And as therapists, you spend a lot of time in your own thoughts and with the thoughts and feelings of others. I’d like to help you get more into your own bodies, connect with your breath, and out of your busy minds.
In these 30-minute sessions, we will focus on the “quieting” aspects of meditation, how to establish a regular practice and you will receive guidance in applying the insights of practice to everyday life.
Mari Griffin is a mindfulness meditation teacher who has been practicing meditation herself for more than 20 years. She has been teaching mindfulness to groups and individuals in NJ, NY and London since 2013. She trained in Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) at the University of Massachusetts Medical School, Center for Mindfulness and is a graduate of the Interdependence Project’s 2012 Meditation Instructor Training program. When not teaching mindfulness, Mari works for Amnesty International at their United Nations Office in NYC.
There is no fee for registration, though contributions are appreciated if possible.
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