Date(s): Jan. 24 - Feb. 21
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm (Tuesdays)

**This is a Zoom class held on Tuesdays at noon**

In this class we’ll work with various way to regain our footing when stressed out or in distress. Mindfulness techniques as well as other psychological skills will be taught and practiced over five sessions. Skills taught will include:

  • Knowing earlier when we’re stressed out
  • Using mindfulness skills to stay out of distress
  • Using a variety of skills including mindfulness and grounding to come back from distressed states


Teacher bio:

Mark Miller, Psy.D., MPH, CMT-P

Coordinator of Mindful USC


Mark Miller is the Co-Director of Mindful USC and a clinical psychologist who earned his doctorate in psychology at Pepperdine University. Dr. Miller worked at the USC Student Counseling Services for three years prior to his work with Mindful USC. He has been a meditator in  for over 25 years and is interested in integrating psychology and mindfulness practices.

Dr. Miller regularly teaches classes in the basics of mindfulness and Mindful Self-Compassion to help USC community members build skills to manage strong emotions and recurrent thoughts while being compassionate towards themselves and others.

Registration Form

"Working with Stress and Distress with Mark Miller"
Please check your calendar before registering - this class is on Tuesdays from 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm.

Reservations are closed for this event. There is no waiting list.

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