We have an exciting and FREE opportunity for our students on a special mindfulness seminar regarding G.R.A.C.E training. GRACE is:
Gathering attention
Recalling intention
Attuning to self and other
Considering what will serve
Engaging, enacting, ending

Compassion should be the basis of caring for others. Yet there is growing evidence of a pervasive compassion deficit that is affecting patient safety and satisfaction, clinician and caregiver wellbeing, and the quality of care that is provided to people living with stress, as well as acute and chronic conditions. Thus, training in compassion is essential to bring integrity and resilience into the service of caring for others.

A new model of compassion has been proposed that views compassion as an emergent process that is fostered by non-compassion elements, including attention and affect, intention and insight, and embodiment and somatic sensitivity. The model draws on neuroscience, social psychology, ethics, and contemplative perspectives. 

This professional training will be taught by one of our instructors in the program, Professor Brad Hunter, who has 30+ years of mindfulness experience and has taken the accredited version of this course several times. This will be a fantastic learning and reflective experience -- our execs are estatic for this unique opportunity! 

When: Thursday, March 9, 2 PM - 4 PM
Where: DL 112 (King's - the old mansion building)
RSVP REQUIRED: Confirmation by sending us an email at than.clan@kucsc.com or privately message Mark Shelvock via email that you will be attending. 
Limited availability only - 25 seats. Preference will be given to King's undergraduate students of all disciplines, but we always encourage alumni/professionals to come if possible! 

Please do not hestitate to contact us if you have any questions regarding this event.

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