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Mindfulness enables individuals to take control of our reactions when confronted with psychological and physiological triggers that underlie addictive behavior. Mindfulness practice empowers one to exercise choice and will to respond to triggers to addictive behavior.
This workshop provides both theoretical and experiential learning in the application of mindfulness within the context of addictive behaviours. The workshop will include short lectures followed by experiential practice.
Who would benefit from this workshop?
Individuals who work with or those interested in the application of mindfulness to address addictive behaviours. Addictive behaviour is present everywhere, from automatic reactions to sweet foods, right through to physiologically dependent addictive reactions.