Date: October 10, 2015 (Saturday)
Due to the popularity and excellent feedback from the Mindfulness course held last February 21, 2015, we will be holding another Mindfulness course later this year.
Mindfulness-based approaches have generated a great deal of clinical and research interest in recent years. Mindfulness is a generic skill involving training attention and attitude. It has a wide range of solutions to improving immunity, neuroplasticity, epigenetics, and enhanced clinical performance. This interactive workshop will explore the principles and application of mindfulness based practices for personal and professional use.
The Mindfulness course aims to increase awareness of the importance of stress and mental health problems and their effects on wellbeing, performance and leadership. It will also increase knowledge of the indications for and role of mindfulness in managing mental and physical illness.
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For registration enquiries:
Graduate Studies Office
Tel: +61 3 9902 4495