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Leaving Stress Behind: A Mindful Approach to Living With Ease

  • 03 Nov 2018
  • 8:30 AM - 12:30 PM
  • FCM Tampa Center, 6501 N. Nebraska Avenue, Tampa, FL 33604


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Leaving Stress Behind: A Mindful Approach to Living With Ease

Stress is seen by many as a "given" in today's world, but in fact it is neither normal nor healthy. Stress actually compounds difficulties in our lives, creating greater challenges for our health, relationships, work productivity, and more. And while we think that it's everything in the external world - from our job to our relationships to our financial conditions, and more - that creates stress, it is actually our relationship to what is happening that creates the stress. The good news is that this relationship can change!

In this workshop we will explore - 
  • What constitutes "stress"? How does our life experience impact our perceptions and thus impact our experience of stress? Can these perceptions be changed?
  • How does stress harm our bodies and minds?
  • How can we use mindfulness to put the brakes on stress and truly uproot it?
This class is approved for 4 CEUs.

Workshop Leader Angie Parrish is a Qualified Teacher of Mindfulness-based Stress Reduction through the University of California-San Diego Mindfulness-Based Professional Institute. She brought the fruits of her experience in mindfulness and meditation into her professional career as an employee benefits consultant for a wide variety of organizations, including many employee training programs. Angie has developed and taught classes on Mindful Communication, Mindfulness and Stress Reduction, Mindfulness and Money Management, and Introduction to Mindfulness classes for both the general public and for employee groups.

Angie has been a student of Buddhism and mindfulness for over 20 years. After a 1999 retreat with Thich Nhat Hanh, she became a student of Fred Eppsteiner's and a member of the Florida Community of Mindfulness (FCM). She is currently the Executive Director of FCM.

Florida Board of Clinical Social Work, Marriage & Family Therapy and Mental Health Counseling Provider Number 50-14766.
This course is approved for 4 CEU’s. Credit will only be awarded with verification of attendance.

Grievance Procedure: Mail a statement describing your complaint to Director of Continuing Education for Mental Health
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