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5380 SE 28th Avenue, Portland, Oregon 97202
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This workshop is skills based and experiential. We will practice mindfulness in nature-settings to strengthen your relationship with nature and facilitate reflection, connection, and reciprocity. Two sessions will be skills-focused instruction outdoors and two sessions will be outdoor experiential sessions. Additional information about meeting locations will be provided to registered participants. Each session will be up to 60 minutes in length. The outdoor experiential sessions will include walking on uneven and/or muddy paths in the Reed Canyon, and meeting at the Rhododendron Garden near Reed! The outdoor meetings will continue if it is raining (please dress accordingly and bring any personal items such as an umbrella, if desired). In the event of extreme weather, the participants will be contacted directly.
This will be a four-part series. Please plan to attend all four sessions if you register. Pre-registration is required for participation in this workshop. Registration will close on Monday 10/3/22. Once you have been registered for the workshop we will send materials and information for the workshop on Monday 10/3/22 via email.
When: Tuesdays from 3-4pm, starting on 10/4 for 4 weeks
Meeting #1 10/4/2022: What and How skills of nature-based mindfulness. Learning to transition from “thinking” to “sensing” and from “doing” to “being” which will help facilitate nonjudgmental present-moment focus, connection, self-reflection, and centering.
Meeting #2 10/11/2022: Experiential practice of nature-based mindfulness at the Rhododendron garden (students can enter free with Reed ID card).
Meeting #3 10/25/2022: Exploring the practice of Ecotherapy 1 and Ecotherapy 2 through ancestral introduction, land acknowledgement, relational protocols, and identifying personal proximity to unearned privilege and violence inflicted by colonization.
Meeting #4 11/1/2022: Experiential practice of Ecotherapy 1 and 2. Practicing mindfulness and engaging in relational protocols with the canyon at Reed to strengthen your relationship with nature and the land, as well as identifying metaphors in nature to facilitate self-reflection. Themes of connection and reciprocity will be explored.
Where: Meeting locations will be provided to participant after registration (email with information will be sent on 10/3/22).
Participants: All students are welcome
Facilitated by HCC counselors Jenni Leatham, LPC and Miriam Saucedo, LPC
To Register: please submit information below and review the consent form.
If you have any questions about the workshop, please contact Miriam at email@example.com or Jenni at firstname.lastname@example.org
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