Mindfulness For Law: Attending to Perfectionism

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Mindfulness has been shown to enhance personal well-being including developing ability to adapt moment to moment.

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Can you relate to sometimes being a perfectionist? Are you ever hard on yourself when you don’t get something “right” or think you could have done better? In this session we will be exploring the neuroscience of “prediction error” and trying out a mindfulness practice that can help us be kinder to ourselves and those around us..

This is the third in a yearlong series of sessions focused on learning and experiencing practical hands-on activities that you can apply to your daily life. We will explore the neuroscience research that supports the application of mindfulness, along with a wide range of mindfulness practices so that you can build out your own mental fitness plan based on your personal needs and interests. Each session will be focused on a specific topic that will inform the science and practices explored that week.

A secure link and password will be emailed to everyone registered 24 hours before the session.

Elli Weisbaum has worked internationally facilitating mindfulness workshops and retreats within the sectors of education, healthcare and business. This has included work in Canada, Bhutan, India, Germany, France, the UK and USA.

She is an instructor for the Applied Mindfulness and Meditation Certificate Program at the University of Toronto in the Continuing Education Faculty. She holds a masters degree focused on bringing mindfulness into education, and is currently pursuing a PhD at the University of Toronto in the Faculty of Medicine, with a focus on integrating mindfulness into healthcare settings.

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