Date(s): Jan. 22 - Feb. 21
5:00 pm - 6:15 pm (Mondays)

University Religious Center

The primary focus of this class is to learn effective skills for managing stress while it’s happening. We’ll focus less on meditation and more on how to respond to strong emotions and difficult thoughts in the moment. By the end of this 5-week course you will be introduced to an array of mindfulness or self-compassion skills and techniques to help you identify the thoughts and feelings causing distress and to select most helpful skill to help become more responsive and resilient right when you need it.

Location:  This class takes place in room 104 in the University Religious Center.

Teacher: Mark Miller is Coordinator for Mindful USC and has been a meditator for 25 years. He has practiced in both the Tibetan (Kagyu) and Insight traditions, and is deeply committed to sharing the power of mindfulness. Mark earned his doctorate in clinical psychology, and enjoys integrating Buddhist and Western psychological perspectives.

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"Mindfulness in Daily Life"
Please check your calendar before registering - this class is on Mondays from 5:00 pm - 6:15 pm.

This class is fully booked

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