A Creative Approach to Using Mindfulness With Youth

Join us for this webinar to learn about:
-the personal and professional benefits of practicing mindfulness
-a variety of arts-based mindfulness activities
-how to facilitate/discuss the philosophy of mindfulness
-how to facilitate these concepts and practices by way of arts-based and experiential methods that are highly engaging and foster enjoyment and success

Our special guests for this discussion, based in Sudbury, Ontario, have studied arts-based mindfulness and worked with children and youth, university students, youth and adults seeking mental health services, elementary school teachers, and women leaving abusive relationships:

Dr. Diana Coholic, Professor, School of Social Work, Laurentian University
Tricia Goeldner, Social Worker, Rainbow District School Board
Amanda Hardy, Elementary School Teacher, Rainbow District School Board

This webinar is hosted by YouthREX

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