Mindfulness and Stress Reduction: Practices for Mental Health Professionals, Presented by Stephanie K. Swann, PhD, LCSW

Mindfulness & Stress Reduction: Practices for the Clinical Social Work Practitioner by: Stephanie K Swann, Ph.D., LCSW, Atlanta Mindfulness Institute

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Mindfulness is not….(Required)
The benefits of mindfulness practice include..(Required)
True or false. “The default mind can lead to a sense of inner peace.”(Required)
Parasympathetic dominance brings comfort and enhanced functioning - True or False(Required)
A body scan...(Required)
Stress is not just the problem of the frontal cortex - True or False(Required)
EMDR is a mindfulness-based practice - True or False(Required)
Mindfulness can provide a therapist with an increased ability to attend, emotionally regulate, and be empathetic. True or False(Required)
Three of the Vicissitudes of Life include (mark all that apply)…(Required)
If you can sit quietly after difficult news; if you can see your neighbors travel to fantastic places without a twinge of jealousy; if you can happily eat whatever is put on your plate; if you can fall asleep after a day of running around without a drink or a pill; if you can always find contentment just where you are: You are…(Required)
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