The Science of Mindfulness
January 17 (Sunday) at 10:00 am (GMT-06:00)

Online Class

Instructor
Tracy Ochester, PsyD, RYT-200
Class length
2 hours
Location
Online
As Kristin Neff, PhD so aptly put it, “Science gives our thinking brain explanations for why we feel how we feel...” Fortunately for the science-minded, mindfulness has been studied now for over 40 years and has consistently demonstrated a number of positive outcomes for health and wellbeing. Join Tracy Ochester, PsyD and Erik Hulse for a two hour online workshop exploring the science behind the most robustly studied beneficial effects of mindfulness and compassion practices. Offered live online via Zoom, this class is meant for the general public, but two continuing education credits are available or KS & MO mental health professionals who attend.

There is a two part process to reserving your seat in this class:
1. Register using this form (participants have a waiver on file with MAM), and
2. Purchase the appropriate pass by clicking the link below (save by becoming a member for as little as $15 mo):
**No refunds the week (7 days) before the event. Two CEs are available to KS & MO licensed mental health providers.

Learning objectives:
  • Identify the most widely accepted beneficial effects of mindfulness
  • Review the relevant research supporting these effects
  • Gain a basic understanding of the role of the nervous system including brain structures and functions
  • Sample some of the practices

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