Neurodiversity and Mindfulness: Making mindfulness accessible to everyone
Join this free one-hour virtual learning event where Sue Hutton MSW/RSW will share with you why neurodiversity is important in mindfulness, the different experiences people have when practicing mindfulness, and some of the leading practices and research to make mindfulness accessible in your setting.
This event is co-hosted by the Mindful Society Global Institute and the Azrieli Adult Neurodevelopmental Centre at CAMH, one of the world's leading mental health research hospitals.
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Sue Hutton MSW/RSW
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You’ll Learn Three Insights to Inform Your Mindful Practice
Why neurodiversity is important in mindfulness
About the different mindfulness experiences people have based on their brain makeup
Build Your Toolkit
New approaches to make mindfulness more accessible in your setting
About The Speaker
Sue Hutton MSW / RSW
Mindfulness Teacher/Social Worker, CAMH Azrieli Adult Neurodevelopmental Centre.
Sue Hutton MSW., RSW. has over 30 years of experience as a social worker and in mindfulness training. Sue has been developing neurodiversity-informed modifications for the MBSR curriculum with the CAMH Azrieli Adult Neurodevelopmental Centre. This work is done in collaborative effort with neurodiverse advisors and their caregivers.