HOW CAN WE LEARN TO PRACTICE MINDFULNESS?
We are developing a series of one-session workshops at MAP Institute. These activities are related with different topics, and they are helpful to learn and apply mindfulness techniques.
A WORKSHOP CONSIST OF…
A workshop consists in one-session event of about one hour of duration. During this time, we will develop a topic (e.g., mindfulness and stress), and we will learn techniques based on mindfulness that will help us to cope with stress (or another situation) in our lives.
A WORKSHOP AS A LEARNING MODALITY ALLOWS US…
A workshop is a learning modality that will allow you to learn mindfulness without demanding you too much time, so you will be able to do it while working or studying other programs.
Besides, our workshops represent a flexible learning experience where you can choose the topic that is more interesting for you at any time.
And remember that workshops generate spaces where you can freely participate and share your opinions to enhance the collaborative learning experience.
OUR WORKSHOPS BASED ON MINDFULNESS PRACTICE
1. MINDFULNESS & STRESS (ONLINE AND “FACE TO FACE”)
ARE YOU FEELING TOO MUCH ANXIETY AND STRESS?
Worries, distress and anxiety make people experience psychosomatic and emotional problems such as backpain, stomachache, irritability or dissatisfaction.
In this workshop, we are going to learn some psychological techniques useful to face these daily life issues.
2. MINDFULNESS & ABUSE (ONLINE AND “FACE TO FACE”)
BULLYING AT WORKPLACE. YOU ARE NOT ALONE
The psychological harassment in the workplace is a form of violence. We know that physical violence is evident, you can see or heard it easily, and it produces a social denial. However, it is hard to perceive psychological violence. Even though, the impact of psychological violence can be extremely destructive.
Through this workshop, we will learn some psychological techniques to face these situations at workplace.
3. MINDFULNESS & SADNESS (ONLINE AND “FACE TO FACE”)
SADNESS: A MISCHIEVOUS EMOTION
“I’m feeling extremely tyred”, “I frequently experience anxiety and boredom”, “I don’t want to go out for a walk”, “During the last weeks, he is constantly angry, and he is blaming me all the day!”, “She is drinking a lot of alcohol and she is very aggresive”, “What does it mean that depression is the first risk factor of suicide?”
We can assert that sadness is a mischievous emotion because it constantly plays to disguise and it is not easy to identify it. Most of the time, sadnesss is silent and it decieves us, but sadness is there: hidden behind the mask.
With this workshop, we will study sadness to try to understand it better, and we also will learn some psychological techniques to deal with this emotion.