1. Describe and teach 4 ways to pay mindful attention.
2. Identify benefits of incorporating mindfulness into their daily routines.
3. Discuss the impacts of “tend and befriend” self-compassion vs. self-criticism
4. Teach one mindfulness practice to a colleague or client
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8:00 am | Registration and Light Refreshments
8:30 am | Evidence-based Gifts of the Present Moment
10:15 am | Break
10:30 am | Calming Down the Workplace
11:45 pm | Lunch
12:45 pm | Self-Compassion: Befriend, Don’t Berate.
2:30 pm | Break
2:45 pm | Practice Teaching Mindfulness/Laughter Yoga
4:00 pm | Dismissed
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