Managing Mindfully: Uncertainty and the Risk of OverconfidenceMar 24, 2022
Mindfulness is offered in a variety of sectors, to diverse populations, and for a variety of purposes. Mental health problems are not without risk, and those of us who work with people who suffer from them tend to be overly confident about diagnosis and how to treat those we are trying to help. This presentation will help us to bring more mindful attention to our difficulty with uncertainty, our unwarranted overconfidence, and how we might navigate our biases more skilfully.
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Featured Speaker: Patricia Rockman MD CCFP FCFP
Patricia Rockman MD, CCFP, FCFP is a physician with a focused practice in mental health. She is the co-founder and director of education and clinical services at the Centre for Mindfulness Studies (CMS) in Toronto. She is also an associate professor at the University of Toronto, Department of Family and Community Medicine cross-appointed to Psychiatry.
Patricia Rockman developed the MBCT Facilitation Certificate Program at CMS as well as numerous other workshops. She teaches locally, nationally and internationally in the area of mindfulness-based programs (MBSR, MBCT, Inquiry).
She is a mentor for both MBCT and MBSR trainees. Inquiry, as it relates to practice is a passion. She is a co-author with Susan Woods and Evan Collins of “Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy: Embodied Presence & Inquiry in Practice,” (New Harbinger Publications, June 2019). She is also a trained Yoga teacher and has been teaching on stress, mindfulness, change management, and other mental health issues for over thirty-five years.
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