Incorporating Interpersonal Mindfulness Into Your Life- Virtual

by Yale Postdoctoral Association (YPA)

Lecture, Talk, or Panel Postdoc Appreciation Week (PAW) Wellness

Mon, Sep 19, 2022

2 PM – 3 PM EDT (GMT-4)

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Interpersonal mindfulness applies the qualities of mindfulness to our interactions with others. Some of the main components are an awareness of the shared aspects of human experience, curiosity, non-judgmental/deep listening, the power to pause and respond with compassion or understanding. Research indicates that Interpersonal Mindfulness may be able to support us in our relationships with others through less attachment to our own mind and beliefs, grounding in the body, attending to the other person with open awareness and responding in skillful ways that facilitate understanding. This is a set of skills which can be cultivated through our mindfulness practice and our interactions with others – every day is a new chance to practice!
Whether you are new to mindfulness or have an established practice, learn some of the tips for incorporating these skills into your daily life for more mindful communication and interactions with those around you.  Join Danielle Casioppo, MS, Education Specialist and Certified Mindfulness-Based Strengths Practice instructor with Being Well at Yale, for this experiential workshop which will include information, brief meditation and the invitation to practice with others in the group.

This event will take place via Zoom. Registration is required.

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