Mindfulness Skills for Behavioral Health Professionals (and others),
July 26, 2019

Advance your Mindfulness Skills with a Retreat
Mindfulness Skills for Behavioral Health Professionals (and others)

6 CEUs for MN Psychologists and Social Workers


Friday, July 26, 2019,  8:30 am – 4:00 pm
Shambhala Meditation Center, NE Minneapolis
2931 Grand St. NE, Minneapolis, MN 55418

During this all day retreat we will advance our understandings of the Four Foundations of Mindfulness through our direct experience. The program contents stem from the highly respected Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction model originated by Jon Kabat-Zinn at the Center for Mindfulness. Participants will receive instruction and guidance in the practices of sitting and walking meditation, the body scan, mindful yoga, mindful eating, and some time spent in mindful silence. The qualities of compassion and loving kindness practices will be addressed as powerful supportive elements both in our clients’ healing process and for us as practitioners, as well as the role of Mindfulness in the treatment of trauma.

Paula Coyne, MA, LP, RYT

Paula Coyne, MA, LP, RYT

Your instructor is Paula Coyne, a qualified teacher of Mindfulness -Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) who has been teaching since 2001 (Licensed Psychologist, Registered Yoga Teacher, MA in Clinical Psychology.) She completed the professional MBSR training with Jon Kabat-Zinn and Saki Santorelli, the Teacher Development Intensive, the MBSR Teacher Practicum, MBSR Clinical Supervision, and the Heart of the Matter study group. She is a Registered Yoga Teacher (and teaches at River Garden Yoga in St.Paul) and brings mindfulness tools to her clinical practice as Psychologist and Manager of Integrated Behavioral Health at United Family Medicine in St.Paul. She offers a variety of retreats and trainings with Mindfulness as a foundation, including the 2-year Art of Peace training.

Registration Details: $180 includes the program, lunch, tea and snacks, and your Continuing Education certificate.

Continuing Education Credits have been approved by
the MN Board of Psychology and the MN Board of Social Work.


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