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Mount Sinai Hospital,
600 University Avenue Toronto, Ontario
14th Floor Classroom (near the elevators)
Only recently have people begun to explore how healthcare professionals experience burn out and trauma in their work. All of us who provide care are vulnerable and we can explore how Mindfulness can play a role in the well being for ourselves and those with whom we serve. Kirstin will present a look at the role of healthcare professionals and what we can learn personally and professionally.
Kirstin Bindseil, MSW, RSW has worked in Mental Health and Addictions for 20 years. She has been a Social Worker, Supervisor, Educator and Program Planner in the field. She has been engaged in various innovative projects related to Mindfulness Meditation and has led Mindfulness groups for Chronic Pain, Depression, Anxiety, Smoking, Older persons and Addictions. Kirstin has formal training in Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) and Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT), and has extensive experience providing mindfulness training to health care professionals who plan to add Mindfulness to their clinical practice.
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