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Mindfulness, gratitude, and self-compassion: Practical tools for resilience
Friday, February 18, 2022, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EST
Category: Clinical Division

Mindfulness, gratitude, and self-compassion: Practical tools for resilience

Friday February 18, 2022

12:00pm – 1:00pm


Presented by:
Marissa Knox
Lecturer | The University of Texas at Austin

Sponsored by:
Westchester Center for Psychological Education
&
Westchester County Psychological Association Clinical Division

 

Virtual Lecture
Held on Zoom


Tickets (includes access to 1 continuing education credit)

WCPA Members - $10     Non-members- $35

This interactive session will define the core elements of self-compassion, gratitude, and mindfulness and discuss current research demonstrating their benefit to holistic health and wellness, particularly for people working in healthcare. It will include brief, experiential, and evidence-based exercises that can be integrated into daily activities to reduce burnout and boost resilience. Participants will develop a personal practice through building upon current resources and incorporating new skills, and will leave with clarity on how to apply these tools to enhance wellbeing.

At the conclusion of this presentation, participants will be able to:
• Identify the elements of self-compassion for healthcare communities
• List the benefits of mindfulness for healthcare communities
• Report the impact(s) of the "3 Good Things" gratitude practice, according to the research.
• Identify the functional areas of the brain affected by compassion training
• Identify one self-compassion practice that can support resilience and wellbeing.

Brief Bio:
Marissa C. Knox, PhD is a teacher, researcher, and writer focused on cultivating holistic wellbeing through self-compassion, emotional resilience, and connection to nature. She is currently teaching a course called Mindfulness, Compassion, and the Self at The University of Texas at Austin. As a Mindful Self-Compassion teacher, Marissa helps people embody their values and transform their relationships to self, work, and others. Marissa collaborates with companies and community organizations to create practical and relevant strategies for reducing stress and burnout and improving coping. She has facilitated self-compassion programming for healthcare professionals, educators, students, therapists, and parents, and enjoys supporting groups and individuals in applying these skills to their unique contexts.

Register Here

Zoom links will be sent to registrants the day before the presentation, the morning of the presentation, 2 hours before the presentation starts, and again 10 minutes before the presentation begins.

Cancellation policy: A full refund will be given if cancellation is made 3 business days before the presentation.

 

The Westchester Center for Psychological Education is approved by the American Psychological Association and New York State Education Department to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. The Westchester Center for Psychological Education maintains responsibility for this program and its content.