New mindfulness meditation certificate

Tess Wixted
Grounded in comparative literatures of humanities and social science, traditional and contemplative medicines, the arts and sciences, education theory and practice, business and ethics, this non-credit program offered in collaboration with the Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work at the University of Toronto is intended to teach mindfulness meditation practices with a focus on its various applications within a wide range of personal and professional domains.

Whether you are interested in delving into a historical perspective of mindfulness meditation, learning psychotherapeutic strategies, enabling learning through contemplative education, enhancing your mentorship and teaching abilities, enhancing focus through contemplative arts, encouraging mind and body health, developing healthier work environments and communities, becoming a mindful leader or studying the neuro-ethics of mindfulness, this certificate program will foster the development of your practice, knowledge, skills and sensitivities.

Click here for more information or contact Continuing Studies at 250.391.2513.

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