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How Engaging in Mindfulness Will Transform Your Personal and Professional Lives for the Better

When:
Friday, June 9, 2017, 11:15 AM until 1:15 PM
Where:
Hackberry Creek Country Club
www.hackberrycreekcc.com
1901 W. Royal Lane
Irving, TX  76051

972-869-2631
Contact:
Kristin E Robertson
Category:
Monthly Meetings
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How Engaging in Mindfulness Will Transform Your Personal and Professional Lives for the Better

By Jaya Mathew, PhD


Our June 9 luncheon program features Dr. Jaya Mathew, a Licensed Psychologist and founder of a group practice called Wellness 360 in Dallas. She holds a Ph.D. in counseling psychology from Fordham University and a Master of Science Social Work degree from the University of Texas at Austin.

After practicing psychotherapy for over a decade, Dr. Mathew has come to believe that a holistic approach, which engages both the mind and the body, is optimal for healing. Her view of holistic wellness includes a focus on how our everyday lives align with our true values and needs. Dr. Mathew believes that all of us are capable of learning how to live well in our bodies and experience the joys of connected living.

Dr. Mathews works with patients in treating depression, anxiety, relationship conflicts, trauma/abuse and negative self-image. Her specialties include working with couples and women’s issues, and she has a special interest in working with persons of diverse backgrounds.

Dr. Mathew maintains a specialty in supervision and teaching by serving as a community supervisor for a local clinical psychology program, and by providing a postdoctoral fellowship in her practice. Additionally, she facilitates trainings on clinical and diversity issues. Dr. Mathew also serves as President of the Collin County Psychologist Association.

Program Description:

Do you ever feel like you are juggling too much at a time? Does every item on your “to do” list feel like it is urgent? Do you ever find it hard to stay connected to the present moment? Our days are filled with multitasking and our minds are balancing too many things. We are simultaneously navigating work, home, relationships, and more. It’s easy to get so stuck in the minute details of life that we get taken away from the present. Learning a few simple mindfulness and meditation techniques can help you feel more professionally and personally grounded.

Program Outcomes:

Dr. Mathew will provide you an introduction to how mindfulness practices can improve your life and your clients’ overall health. The following topics will be covered:

  • What mindfulness and meditation is
  • How practicing meditation can change your brain immediately
  • How to recognize your body’s distress signals
  • Experiential exercises that you can incorporate into your everyday life
  • How mindfulness is the key to overall wellness