Sat, May 01 | Zoom

Mindfulness for the Child-Centered Professional

Mindfulness, an integrative, mind-body approach to paying attention to the present moment, can assist in relating to experiences with greater serenity and clarity while effectively mobilizing our inner resources to cope, heal, and grow. Presented by Amy Zoe Schonhoff.
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Mindfulness for the Child-Centered Professional

Time & Location

May 01, 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM
Zoom

About the Event

Presenter: Amy Zoe Schonhoff, founder of Mindfulness in the Heartland

Over forty years of empirical research suggests developing the skills of mindfulness can help reduce stress, emotional reactivity and anxiety, and improve working memory, resiliency, relationship satisfaction, empathy and compassion.

After an unprecedented year of adapting your life and professional practice to meet the challenges of a global pandemic, please join the Kansas City Pediatric Alliance for a half-day conference that will offer you the opportunity to experientially investigate some of the practices and principles of mindfulness. Part retreat, part educational exploration, this conference will explore awareness-building practices that provide tools to enhance your personal well-being and professional engagements with the children and families you serve. Our time together will include didactic presentations, mindfulness-based meditation, mindful movement, and a mindful eating practice.

Because this extends over the lunch hour, please have your lunch ready because Amy will also go over mindful eating practices while you are eating. 

Member fee: $60

Non-member fee: $80

Contact Hours: 4.0

Please RSVP and mail your check to 

KCPA

c/o Andrea Boyd

20768 W 115th Terrace

Olathe, KS 66061

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