Practicing Wholeness - Working with bias and interdependenceMar 25, 2022
Evolutionarily in-group and out-group behaviours have served a protectionary purpose, and these behaviours continue to be supported in today’s media, social circles and cultural norms. Being able to see these behaviours, and the biases that emerge from them, can help us be more skillful and compassionate in any setting. This learning event will include a short discussion, practice and optional sharing. To prepare for this learning event, we invite you to select and complete one implicit bias test provided by Harvard’s Project Implicit by clicking here.
- Understand how bias can get in the way of experiencing interdependence
- Experience a Just Like Me evidence-based practice that supports perspective taking and cultivating wholeness
- Assess your biases by completing Harvard’s implicit bias test
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Featured Speaker: Michael Apollo, RP, Founder, Mindful Society Global Institute
Michael Apollo, RP is the Founder of Mindful Society Global Institute and the A Mindful Society Conference. His work in organizations, academia, and building award-winning technologies has introduced millions of people worldwide to the research and practice of mindfulness. Michael is the former Director of Mindfulness Programs at the University of Toronto, is a registered psychotherapist and is certified as a teacher mentor in mindfulness-based programs (MBSR and MBCT). He lives in Toronto and has a 5-year-old son and a 3-year-old daughter whom continue to be his greatest mindfulness teachers.
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