Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR)_Irvington
With Laurence Magro, MS, MBA
September 12 - November 21, 2017
Developed by Jon Kabat-Zinn at the University of Massachusetts Medical Center in 1979, the MBSR course is considered the gold standard of research-based mindfulness training programs. Mindfulness is an inherent human capacity that can be developed and strengthened. The course consists of 9 sessions plus an orientation session and offers a systematic method of cultivating mental clarity, well-being, and insight through guided practices, gentle mindful stretching, self-inquiry techniques, mindful listening practice, and group dialogue. Students will explore mind/body strategies aimed at enhancing self-awareness and resilience to manage the stress of daily living. Mindfulness training has been utilized as a highly successful adjunct treatment for individuals who deal with illness and chronic pain as well as anxious mood states.
About the Presenter
Laurence Magro, MS, MBA, is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor specializing in mindfulness-based therapies and integrative approaches. For the last 15 years as a practicing psychotherapist and mindfulness trainer with a personal yoga and meditation practice, she has drawn on Eastern contemplative traditions and recent western advances in mind/body research to inspire and empower people […]Learn more about Laurence Magro, MS, MBA
Category : Mindfulness