Thursday, September 14, 2017
08:30 AM to
Boston Convention and Exhibition Center
The science and practice of mindfulness—paying attention to the present moment and engaging from that presence—has shown that the developing brain of teenagers is neuroplastic and can be restructured to reduce stress, improve confidence and social skills and establish resilience. The brains of college admission professionals are also neuroplastic and can achieve similar benefits of mindfulness!
This experiential workshop addresses the neuroscience of mindfulness, how to incorporate mindfulness practices for both you and students, and how the lack of self-care in college admissions professionals can impact, impair and affect working with students and parents. Come and learn how incorporating mindfulness in your work can give you and students an opportunity to engage with our inner counselors and make choices that are socially, psychologically and physically sound.
This seminar requires an additional fee and can be purchased during the registration process.