WORKSHOP | Mindfulness Meditation – Thursday 12 March 08.30 – 11.30
March 12 @ 8:30 am - 11:30 am
In our daily life, there are moments when we want to clear up our mind and feel more relaxed. Mindfulness Meditation is a practice that can help in this direction. By practicing it, you learn to be aware of your current experience in an accepting way. Next to this, you learn to take some distance from for example things you worry about.
Mindfulness meditation stems from Buddhism and it is a skill, which you can learn through practice. In this workshop you will be introduced to and experience different types of mindfulness meditation so that you can find out which one fits you best.
Véronique Vancauwenbergh is a Belgian clinical psychologist/CBT therapist and works as a UM psychologist. Within the university, she supports students in their personal development throughout individual therapy, workshops and lectures. Véronique uses a broad range of cognitive behavioral therapy and techniques from acceptance and commitment therapy in the psychotherapy and counseling process. Her therapeutic style is proactive, multidimensional and creative. In her free time, she loves to read, try out new (baking) recipes and plan trips to discover new places.
Target audience: all students