Introducing Self-Care Sundays:

Mindfulness Skills Training Group

Essential Coping Skills for Times of Adversity and Our Everyday Lives



This 5 session 90-minute Group meets Sundays at 11:30 AM starting on April 11th.

The difficulties and stress we have been experiencing this past year have taken a toll on us all. This year is one for the record books! Many of us were already struggling with feelings of dissatisfaction and ineffectiveness, decreased attention, as well as emotional overwhelm and worries, even BEFORE the onset of COVID. 

AND even with the heightening of these experiences, WE CAN STILL LEARN POWERFUL COPING TOOLS.

REGISTRATION DEADLINE: Saturday, April 3rd



LEARN ABOUT THE GROUP

A regular practice of mindfulness skills:

  • Can allow you to feel more present to your own experience so that you can fully embrace life as it unfolds before you
  • Can improve your ability to focus your attention so that you can disentangle yourself from distracting thoughts, feelings, and sensations
  • Can clear the path to your internal wisdom so that you can make effective life choices – even tough ones, with a sense of groundedness and clarity
  • Can help you to turn towards life’s challenges and emotional hardships with courage and self-compassion so that you can live your life fully without avoidance and without suppression
  • Will help you to deepen your appreciation for the universal connectedness that binds us all together so that you can see and feel that none of us are really ever alone in this journey through life

WHERE:

ZOOM - a registration link will be sent to you prior to the group's first session. Once you complete registration on  zoom, you will receive the group's access information and an access link will be sent to you each week.

WHEN:

Sundays 11:30 AM to 1 PM  (April 11th, 18th, 25th, May 2nd, and May 9th)

WHAT:

This group will include both didactic and hands-on practices and will cover core mindfulness concepts including “Wise Mind”, the “What” and “How” skills of mindfulness, as well as the skills of “Reality Acceptance.”

WHO: 

This group is facilitated by Robin Friedman, LCSW-R.   Robin has been a practicing student of mindfulness informally and formally throughout much of her adult life. Robin trained with Marsha Linehan, Ph.D. the creator of Dialectical Behavioral Therapy to become a mindfulness skills training facilitator so that she may effectively train groups of people to integrate these skills into their daily lives. As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with over 20 years of group facilitation, Robin continues to feel excitement each time she starts this group as she knows first-hand how these skills can be life-changing.

WHY:

Cultivating a regular mindfulness practice in one’s life can be transformative. Research shows that mindfulness skills practice can help one decrease depression, anxiety, and irritability, lessen distraction and increase one’s ability to control his or her attention, increase our ability to regulate our emotions, and enhance our immune system.

COST:

This group series costs $250 and includes 5 – 90 minute sessions.

REGISTRATION:

Registration and payment is required prior to joining the group.  Please click the registration button to below to sign-up: 



DEADLINE TO REGISTER: Saturday, April 3rd, 2021.





Are you interested in individual therapy? Our seasoned clinicians are accepting clients and providing online sessions. Learn more on our website.



Westchester Office:

280 Dobbs Ferry Rd. 

Suite 303

White Plains, NY. 10607

NYC Office:

1133 Broadway

Suite 529

New York, NY. 10010

VISIT  OUR WEBSITE at LOTUSPSYCH.COM

PHONE: 914-505-7855 

EMAIL: info@lotuspsych.com



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