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COURSE: Neurodiversity-Informed Mindfulness with Sue Hutton

courses on demand Feb 03, 2022

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This course will provide you with practical tools of how to incorporate neurodiversity-informed techniques into your mindfulness practice offerings. Each week you will participate in neurodiversity-informed practices guided by Sue Hutton’s expertise in her work with the research team at the CAMH Azrieli Adult Neurodevelopmental Centre. Each module will enhance your toolkit and guide you in finding accessible ways of teaching mindfulness to neurodiverse communities, such as breath, body and movement, art and music practices.

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Facilitator: Sue Hutton MSW/RSW - Social Worker and Mindfulness Teacher, CAMH Azrieli Adult Neurodevelopmental Centre

Sue started her formal path in mindfulness training in 1985. Sue's 30+ year career as a social worker and concentration on disability advocacy allows her to add a special perspective to traditional mindfulness techniques. Sue's specialized focus is on mindfulness & neurodiversity and accessibility. Sue has had the privilege of teaching over a thousand people mindfulness in a wide range of communities - from the disability community, cancer care, education settings and more. Sue completed Jon Kabat-Zinn's Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) intensive for leaders in 2007, and has since modified the MBSR tools in research with the CAMH Azrieli Adult Neurodevelopmental Centre programs for autistic adults and caregivers. In Sue's eyes, each person brings their perfect and unique self to mindfulness and deserves an accessible path to learning the practices. Sue focuses the majority of her work these days on supporting mindfulness in neurodiverse communities - their support staff and caregivers.

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