Our Mindfulness Techniques for Everyday Practice course introduces you to mindfulness as a tool for building and supporting resilience. Using a combination of personal practice and supported discussion, learn mindfulness techniques that you can incorporate into your daily life and work. This practical and evidence-based course emphasizes the mechanisms of change we experience through mindfulness practice. Explore how to best apply these mechanisms to your own situation, and consider how to best create, adapt, and modify techniques to support other specific populations and work environments. The course content is particularly relevant to those working in education, social work, counselling, health care, or other helping professions.
Also check out our on-campus course: HLTH 9111 Mindfulness Techniques for Everyday Practice
This course is offered in partnership with the Centre for Mindfulness Studies.
Hours and Fees
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- Contact Information
- Community and Health Services Department
- Office Location(s):
- St. James Campus, 193 King St. E., Building G (SJG), third floor