Credit: Pending 1 CE
- Discover how Mindfulness can help people with clinical challenges through the work of the Center for Mindfulness and Compassion and the Mindful Mental Health Service.
- Describe how various Mindfulness interventions can be used to address personal and professional issues.
- Demonstrate how Mindfulness is applied to the patient experience by participating in 1-2 short Mindfulness practices.
This will be an interactive Mindfulness workshop facilitated by staff from the Cambridge Health Alliance Center for Mindfulness and Compassion (CMC). The mission of the CMC is to enhance health and well-being by integrating mindfulness and compassion into healthcare and communities with a commitment to inclusivity, accessibility, and diversity. Learn more here.
About our Speaker:
Alex Brunel is the Senior Research Coordinator for the Mindful Mental Health Service in the Center for Mindfulness and Compassion (CMC) at Cambridge Health Alliance. Alex also runs referral and recruitment for all CMC’s clinical treatment programs. A Wellesley College graduate, Alex spent ten years as a Gestalt therapist in England before returning to the USA in 2016. Following her post-graduate degree in Directing and Movement Psychology from Drama Centre (London), she studied yoga and meditation while earning her living teaching and performing. Upon leaving London, she found a niche providing social and commercial Qualitative research for public and private bodies across the UK, Europe and Asia. In her spare time she renovated houses including a 17th century thatched cottage in an English village and a garden flat in Edinburgh. She loves her garden, dancing Five Rhythms, cycling and her family and doesn't have much time for anything else.