Facilitating Mindfulness: A Guide for Human Service Professionals

By: Diana Coholic PhD, Laurentian University
© 2019
ISBN: 9781775388401
Print Price: $28.95 + shipping
Digital Price: $24.95



Description
Facilitating Mindfulness is an affordable Canadian text on the vastly growing field of mindfulness in Social Work practice. It cuts through the overwhelming noise surrounding mindful based techniques. Students will learn a holistic approach to mindfulness, which will not only give them the tools they need to become more self-aware, but also become aware of how internal and external events may be affecting their clients. This text will also give students the techniques they need to facilitate mindfulness practice with clients, either one-on-one or in groups, to gain a better understanding of the factors provoking their own thoughts, feelings and behaviors.    

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Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: Mindfulness: An Overview
Chapter 3: Practicing Mindfulness
Chapter 4: Characteristics and Concepts in a Mindfulness-Based Approach to Life
Chapter 5: Facilitating Mindfulness using Experiential and Arts-Based Methods
Chapter 6: Facilitating Mindfulness from a Holistic and Strengths-Based Perspective Using Social Group Work
Chapter 7: The Holistic Arts-Based Program (HAP)
Chapter 8: Conclusion

About the Author
Dr. Diana Coholic is a Full Professor in the School of Social Work at Laurentian University. She obtained her Ph.D. at the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia, and her M.S.W. degree at the University of Toronto. Diana is a practicing clinical social worker with 25 years of experience, and has been involved with the local chapter of the Ontario Association of Social Workers since 2005. At Laurentian University, she is a core member of the research group ECHO - Evaluating Children's Health Outcomes. Diana is also the Academic Director for the Northern Ontario Region of the YouthREX project that has a mission to make "research evidence and evaluation accessible and relevant to Ontario’s youth sector through knowledge mobilization, capacity building and evaluation leadership."

Diana's research has focused on investigating the effectiveness of arts-based mindfulness group work for the improvement of resilience and well being particularly in marginalized children and youth. Information can be found on her research website: www.dianacoholic.com




Facilitating Mindfulness: A Guide for Human Service Professionals

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