Watch Jon Kabat-Zinn discuss Mindfulness and Resilience During Challenging Times
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Jon Kabat-Zinn, PhD
Mindfulness and Resilience in Challenging Times
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Jon Kabat-Zinn, PhD
Mindfulness and Resilience in Challenging Times
About Jon Kabat-Zinn, PhD
JON KABAT-ZINN, PhD, is founding Executive Director of the Center for Mindfulness in Medicine, Health Care, and Society at the University of Massachusetts Medical School. He is also the founding director of its renowned Stress Reduction Clinic and Professor of Medicine emeritus at the University of Massachusetts Medical School. He teaches mindfulness and Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) in various venues around the world. He is the founding convener of the Consortium of Academic Health Centers for Integrative Medicine, and serves on the Board of the Mind and Life Institute, a group that organizes dialogues between the Dalai Lama and Western scientists to promote deeper understanding of different ways of knowing and probing the nature of mind, emotions, and reality.
About Reena Kotecha
Dr. Reena Kotecha is a medical physician trained at Imperial College London, UK, where she specialised in neuroscience and mental well-being research.Having spent the early part of her career in the National Health Service (NHS) as a hospital doctor Reena expanded her practice to focus on evidence-based approaches that improve employee health and well-being. She developed the ‘Mindful Medics’ programme which continues to enhance the personal and professional lives of many healthcare professionals. Alongside this Reena works in corporate education as a consultant in global organizations across both private and public sectors. Learn more about Reena and her work on her website.
Excellent presentation and very inspiring indeed.
My name is Prince Goodluck Obi , a development Expert working in various areas but not limited to Public health , Peace and Conflict Resolution , Human Rights , Security-related interventions , Youth development and empowerment etc. Am from Nigeria and my area of focus in health and related matters ibclude but not limited to HIV/AIDS COVID 19 related issues and i volunteer and work among the poorest of the poor communities in Nigeria.
Let me use this opportunity to request possible collaboration with your organisation in bringing this Mindful lectures as it affects the COVID 19 pandemic in Nigeria and other assistance to my organisation and the poorest of the poor people in Nigeria.
Hello, I am a Clinical Psychologist and Life Coach, I work with ex-pats and mindfullness is a core part of my practice.
Adalia Jansen, Mental Health Therapist, Professional Counselor. Born in Peru South America, I have been in the US, in Wisconsin for the last 25 years.
The last few years have been difficult in the US. Since we notice a large number of teens taking their own lives. I took the initiative to started a nonprofit organization call YOUTH QUALITY LIFE, Inc Mindfulness will be a program offered in our organizations since it has been proved to be so highly effective.
Our goal is to get formal training by Dr. Kabat-Zinn
Thank you for all that your all doing at providing this information to our society of healthcare workers and healers.
I am an Intuitive and Healing Touch Pracitioner and Public Safety Crisis Chaplain. (Experienced in working as a former Medic and Law Enforcement Officer.) Mindfullness awareness is so much needed in assisting others to heal, the mind, body and soul. Lets help our brothers and sisters in the medical field and public safety, bringing healing to ALL the trauma they see on a daily.
Big fan of pod- cas and summits !!!!!!
Zorayda Cocchi, OTR/L, RYT . Occupational Therapist, born in Colombia, South America, but now working in Connecticut, USA. Thank you so much for bringing this series to us.
I am a therapist in Melbourne, Australia. Thank you for this wonderful information and reminding me how important this practice is for clients experiencing trauma. It is so good for me to take care of myself while helping others to manage their difficult circumstances. With thanks, Mira Zeimer
Thank you for connecting us all- My specialty is Cardiology but a background in Emergency Medicine and Critical Care. Looking forward to connecting with all.
Hello Reena and Jon. I am an ICU nurse in the Chicago suburbs. Being on the Frontline I have seen it all. The emotional and physical toll of caring for COVID patients is immeasurable. Thank you for giving me some ideas of how to calm my anxiety during and after my shifts.
Thanks again for your time.
Guadalupe Garrido from Madrid Spain
Jena and Jon I want to tell you thanks, I really enjoyed to listen you, you have been a big present for me today, I am a teacher and nutritionist at the Sport Sciences University in Madrid; at these moments we live very stressful moments, towards you I received a peaceful energy that really I appreciated very much …Your compassion and humanity touch me very deeply…: I found myself in your path at the compassion cultivated training.
Guadalupe Garrido from Madrid Spain
Jena and Jon I want to tell you thanks, I really enjoyed to listen you, you have been a big present for me today, I am a teacher at the Sport Sciences University in Madrid and at these moments we live very stressful moments, towards you I received a peaceful energy that really I appreciated very much …Your compassion and humanity touch me very deeply…: I found myself in your path at the compassion cultivated training.
Sr. Rose, a chaplain at PSHSTJOSEPH M.C., Reading,Pa
Anna, psychotherapist in Berlin, Germany
Lisa G – Beebe Healthcare – Lewes, Delaware
Sharon, Elementary Teacher in Australia.
Thank you Reena and Jon for this encouraging and compassionate support. Thank you to the Awake Network for being proactive. I love that mindfulness melds with gratitude to help us being thankful in the moment.
As Albert Einstein said: “Learn from yesterday, Live for today and Hope for tomorrow.”
To Maria Del Mar Lopez: there is a research project currently at the University of Adelaide using the free Australian mindfulness app “Smiling Mind” with children with autism.
Isabela K Z-S, mindfulness, yoga and languages teacher, emotional-intelligence neuroeducator. Thank you to the whole team and thanks to Jon and his wise words always, always so simple, deep and wise. I would like to know points of view on how to deal with children, parents and educators during these hard times…
please monitor carefully for comments regarding judgements as a chaplain I serve all not to criticize
This is Susan. I’m a home care physical therapist in PA, USA
Thank you for this opportunity!
Thank you for reminding me that I can’t do it wrong with my less than ideal meditative practice. It can be lonely out here navigating the new realities in support of in-home elder care individuals.
The answer that Jon provided to Nurse Maureen (first question) was incredibly helpful. So ordinary, so immediate. Thank you to all for contributing to this.
“Put out the doormat “ is very poignant powerful reminder for my practice.
Thank you John and Reena!
Thanks to all who organized this series.
Milagros Elia, Nurse Practitioner, Yoga Professional & Community Health Program Consultant. Deeply grateful for this series! Thank you!
Sinéad Creedon – Infection Prevention & Control Nurse Specialist and Psychological Coach (Positive psychology). Just caught the recording this evening. That was outstanding. Thank you Jon, Reena and Barry!!
Hi there. I am jhoanne. I finished a degree in medicine but pursued the path of being a medical laboratory technologist. I am new at this…but i am very excited what help and changes can it bring to my life.
That was beautiful! Reena did a wonderful job of moderating and adding insight. Dr. Kabat-Zinn was brilliant as always. I feel like EVERYONE needs to talk to him once in their lifetime or at least listen to one of his guided sessions. Mindfulness is REAL and evidence-based and it works. Thank you!
Adi Robinson PCMHW in Mental Health & Teacher Trainer in Mindfulness Based Approaches. Thank you for offer of listening in.
Thank you so much for doing this! I am a Pediatric Infectious Disease specialist, and Director of the Pediatric Medical Yoga and Integrative Health clinic at University of Virginia. Your wisdom and compassion is what the world needs now!! Thank you, thank you, thank you.
First I want to thank you both for sharing your wisdom with us.
I’m a recovery room nurse in Ontario Canada and am so appreciative of how mindfulness has supported me personally and professionally during this time of change…so much more for me to learn too. Thank you again.
I am a person struggling during this time.
Thank you, many thanks!
Thank you so much for these lectures, I enjoy…….
Reena, I would like to contact you if it possible?
Thank you…..Zagreb, Croatia, EU
Thank you for coming to the session.
Sure thing, do drop me a line on firstname.lastname@example.org
THis is Nourishing FOOD for my Whole Being and I am grateful to ALL who helped this happen. What a beautiful beginning!
Bless you! THank you for this brilliant. Inspiring. TIME TOGETHER.
I had emergency and missed this! Is there a way I can watch it? Thanks so much~
Thank You so much Jon and Reena for your inspiration, wisdom and caring message o take refuge, rest in the embrace of our own breath, listen to the intelligence of the heart and trust our own worthiness as well as others.
Thank you! For too long we in the medical field have separated the physical from mental health and spiritual (not denominational or structured) part of our beings, and our patients. To say and feel we or our patients are perfect as they are no matter how much we face or how many tubes are sticking out of our patients is to see our whole.
thanks very much for this mindfulness is essential but I also think that without compassion mindfulness falls short
This is amazing. Thank you both so much. Occupational Therapist UK . Reena I would love to connect too if possible.
Sure thank you for tuning in.
Happy to connect, do drop me a mail – email@example.com
THANK YOU BOTH. ! I HAVE BEEN A JKZ GROUPIE FOR SOME TIME. I AM VERY APPRECIATIVE AS A HEALTHCARE WORKER AND SCHOOL NURSE SUPPORTING TEACHERS AND OTHER NURSES. I LOVE YOUR MANTRA HEALTHCARE STARTS WITH SELF CARE.
BLESS YOU BOTH
MARIA DEL MAR LÓPEZ, Spanish educator and teacher in a high school in Mallorcan Island where I practice Mindfulness with my students and teachets
I have working with teenagers for 20 years. Apart from this, I am aware of the great benefits in the education atmosphere.
My question is how can be helpful the Mindfulness in students with autism or any psicological illness.?
Thank you so much for this awesome oportunity.
Lots my love.
Thank you so much, we need this kind of excercises in our lives. Congratulations from Michoacán in México!
Thank you Jena, Jon and Barry for this inspiring conversation. I really enjoyed every second of it. The challenge for me personally, and maybe for others, is how to be true to our intrinsic nature and most importantly is how to cultivate the now with whatsoever arises in it no matter how hard it is. Thank you again
Tory Booth, psychotherapist, specialty- marriage and family therapy and art therapy.
Me encanta as no!
Gracias por brindarnos estas pláticas que en este momento son de gran utilidad para nuestro desempeño y para tener la claridad y paz mental para una respuesta adecuada de nuestra parte ante la crisis.