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Mindfulness Stress Management

Focusing on four main concepts: mindfulness, self-awareness, self-management, and leadership. By providing participants with science-based “micro-practices,” this workshop aims to enhance and de-stress the professional atmosphere. Participants will learn tools to cope with stressful circumstances, communicate more effectively, and lead others through empathy.


Tools to be covered:


Mindfulness: Paying attention to what’s happening in the present moment: in the mind, body and external environment, with an attitude of curiosity and compassion

  • Neuroscience behind mindful practices and effects on attention and productivity

  • Acting on autopilot vs. a state of awareness 


Self-Awareness: Knowing one’s internal states, preferences, resources, and intuitions

  • Shifting awareness to one’s internal world and body

  • Intuitive wisdom of the body, mind and heart


Self Management: The process of noticing one’s internal state and actively managing one’s response to stressors.

  • Emotional Management Strategies: moving from compulsion to choice


Leadership: Setting a positive example in the workplace

  • Empathic relating through self-awareness

  • Mindful communication & active listening


Participation details: 

  • 1.5 hour Zoom session

  • Attendees will be expected to participate by asking questions and sharing experiences in smaller “break-out” groups.

  • Attendees will be asked to join the Zoom call from a quiet location, free of distractions;

  • Attendees are asked to bring a notebook and pen. Rigorous note-taking is not expected but rather to note down moments of clarity.

  • A recording of the session and slides will be provided to the attendees.

  • No prior experience of mindfulness or meditation is required. This introductory workshop is appropriate for all levels of knowledge and backgrounds.


Facilitator: Rachel Fisher is a meditation and mindfulness instructor. She is a masters degree candidate of Psychology and Education at Columbia University with a focus in Spirituality, Mind, Body practices. Rachel has extensive experience in leading group meditations and workshops, focusing on practical tools for enhancing one’s relationship to the self and to others. 

For more information and availability:

Contact Rachel at 

Or by phone at 305.606.6002

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