Calm, Centered, Peaceful — Essential Mindfulness Tools (6-Hr. Webinar)
Previously for Professionals, this Webinar is Now Available to Everyone
If you feel overwhelmed by constant life demands, daily stress and chaos, then Calm, Centered, Peaceful will help with practical, effective and easy to learn tools that you can use immediately.
Join international mindfulness teacher and best-selling author Donald Altman in this life-enhancing webinar as he demonstrates:
- Powerful sense grounding practices for quieting rumination and anxiety.
- The popular G.L.A.D. technique he developed and is used around the country.
- The 5 self-care skills necessary for emotional regulation and peace.
- A simple method for feeling safe throughout the day, and much, much more!
By the end of the webinar, you will have several powerful and effective tools that you can integrate seamlessly into your day for greater peace and calm!
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I really enjoyed the mindfulness training and have already put what I have learned into practice both in my life and my sessions with clients as well, so thank you so much! –Caroline M.Ed., LCPC
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Donald Altman, M.A., LPC, is a psychotherapist, international mindfulness expert and award-winning author with over 15 books in the psychology and mindfulness field who has taught mindfulness to thousands of healthcare professionals. He is featured in The Mindfulness Movie and profiled in the Living Spiritual Teachers Project. A pioneer in the field of mindful eating, Donald served as Past Vice-President of The Center for Mindful Eating.
He has been an adjunct professor at Portland State University and Lewis and Clark College Graduate School of Education and Counseling, in addition to founding his own clinic and working for several years as a senior mental health therapist at the Providence St. Vincent Eating Disorder and General Psychiatric Clinics. Donald writes the Practical Mindfulness Blog for Psychology Today, and has contributed articles to the Psychotherapy Networker, and has written chapters for The Wiley-Blackwell Handbook of Group Therapy and A Thousand Hands: A Guidebook to Caring for Your Buddhist Community.
Calm, Centered, Peaceful: A Baker’s Dozen of the Best Mindfulness Tools
WEBINAR 6 Hours
In this 6-Hour Webinar, you will learn the following tools for calm, centering and peace:
- Palm the Present Moment—Sense Grounding for Distancing from Stress, Anxiety, Rumination
- Savoring and Anchor Awareness Practice— Helps clients learn how to observe and constructively distance from negativity by focusing on something positive.
- Diaphragmatic Breathing Postures: Learn 5 postures for helping clients turn on the parasympathetic nervous system.
- Five Steps to G-R-E-A-T Mindful Self-Care: These are the mindful foundations for mental clarity, mood regulation and brain health.
- Be the Pebble: This intervention combines using a calming word with breathing for stress reduction.
- S-T-O-P Multi-Sensory Presencing Practice: Portable practice for impulse control and pausing from triggers in the moment.
- The Eight Awareness Styles: Learn to identify how clients get present in order to create personalized and collaborative interventions.
- The 4-Mindful Bite Meditation: An easy eating practice for managing eating in times of stress.
- The Body Scan: An awareness practice shown to reduce pain perception by up to 40%.
- Gratitude for Depression: Use selective attention to focus away from past and future and orient toward things that help one revalue what is in their lives.
- Strengths-Based Mindfulness: Help clients identify and put into action their own unique character strengths that serve as effective coping skills.
- P-R-R-R Method: A metacognitive way to reappraise thoughts and reflect daily for emotional balance and equanimity.
- Loving Kindness: Affirmation practice for increasing feelings of safety, trust and building relationships.
- Describe and define mindfulness in broader ways.
- Identify the effects of stress and cortisol, and how diaphragmatic breathing turns on the parasympathetic nervous system.
- Demonstrate an attentional practice known as savoring for increasing positive affect.
- Explain how gratitude is an effective attentional practice for managing depression and increasing positive affect.
- Utilize 5 Mindful Self-care skills that help improve mental clarity and emotional regulation.
- Discuss and demonstrate stress-reducing transition skills through physical grounding and movement.
- Explain how a non-judging awareness can help patients to better accept, reframe and manage pain.
- Discuss the damaging effects of stress at cellular level and identify research showing how present moment awareness can alter these.
- Discuss and demonstrate attachment affirmations and methods for developing self-compassion and feelings of safety, trust, and forgiveness.
- Identify the benefits and demonstrate an affirmation practice that has been shown to help feelings of safety and trust with others.
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Who Is This Webinar For?
While this program was originally designed for psychologists, social workers and counselors, anyone can use it, from teens to boomers:
- Healthcare Professionals
No special training or knowledge is needed to try out the mindfulness tools here. Donald Altman, M.A., LPC has trained over 15,000 caregivers–mental health counselors, psychologists, social workers, physicians, nurses and occupational therapists–on how to use mindfulness as a healing intervention. Now, you can access these tools directly… with the same materials used to train healthcare professionals.
READ BEFORE ORDERING: THIS PROGRAM IS NOT A SUBSTITUTE FOR COUNSELING OR THERAPY. The information in this course is meant only for education purposes, and not as a substitute for mental health professional care or medical advice. No implied or expressed guarantee regarding the effects of these recommendations or practices can be given, and no liability assumed. It is the responsibility of the viewer and user of these materials to stop anytime that they need to.