FREE Teleseminar

Stress Relief via Mindfulness

Instructor: Mimi Handlin

Date: Tuesday February 1, 2011

Time: 9:00 pm Eastern Time (New York Time)

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People with  ADD / ADHD often experience a higher level of stress than others. There are many ways to deal with both daily stress and event-specific stress when it occurs in your life. Recent studies have shown that mindfulness training can benefit people with ADD / ADHD. It can help reduce stress, gain more control over the difficult traits associated with ADD / ADHD, strengthen your attention and generally increase your well-being. Mindfulness is a non-denominational practice with Buddhist roots and includes meditation and mindful awareness in daily life. Join as we welcome Mimi Handlin to discuss mindfulness as a way to reduce stress in your life.

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