2024-03-04
Finding Your Mindful Way: Developing Trust

Finding Your Mindful Way: Developing Trust

Learn a practical path to developing trust in oneself and others through basic principles of mindful, emotional well-being!

This mindfulness-based workshop will help you explore, develop and practice trust as a pathway to emotional well-being. According to Jon Kabat-Zinn “Mindfulness is awareness that arises through paying attention, on purpose, in the present moment, non-judgmentally”.

In this workshop you will learn the basic principles of mindful, emotional well-being and participate in the following:

  • Grounding Practice and contemplative dialogue
  • Explore principles of trust and well-being:
  • (a) The journey of trust begins with reclaiming and beginning to listen to our own quiet inner voice. Consider and practice how to embody this connection.
  • (b) Contemplate the building blocks of creating healthy, trusting and trustworthy connections.
  • (c) Consider the basic human values of trust and how this emanates from our inner life outward creating greater good in society.
  • Practical exercises for integrating practice into work and community life

About the Presenter:

The name of my consulting practice is PersonaGrata. This is a Latin expression that roughly translates to “person welcome”, that is my practice is designed around the high ideal that a person can be welcomed wherever they go for whomever they are. My practice researches, develops, delivers, and evaluates positive psychoeducational programs, and coaching. I am deeply committed to supporting organizations and direct service clients to showcase and enact strengths and create hope, optimism, and flourishing in the world of work and in the greater context of life. I am a PhD candidate in Coaching Psychology and hold a Master of Education in Adult Education with specializations in transformative and distance education. I am a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) through the International Coach Federation (ICF), and a Certified Career Development Practitioner (CCDP) through the Career Development Practitioners Certification Board of Ontario (CDPCBO).

If I have any privilege at all, I am using that privilege toward social justice – to use my privilege and my voice to help pave the way for others who might never have had access to the opportunities I have had. Sine qua non – without which, not.

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Note: Registration closes 1 hour before the event starts, or earlier if capacity is reached.

We hope you can join us! If you have any questions, you can always contact us at entrepreneurship@centennialcollege.ca. We endeavour to reply within 2 business days.

Le 14 mars 2024 Array

12h30 - 14h