Peter A Allard School of Law

Mindfulness based stress reduction for law students: session 2

Dealing with adversity and building resilience and wellbeing: Focus and concentration are essential to learning and providing effective legal services.

Lawyers and law students have many more stressors than most people and this can affect cognitive functioning. The benefits of Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction and Meditation include improved physical, emotional and mental well-being; improved concentration, clarity and focus. Learn about MBSR through neuroscience theory and experiential techniques. Facilitated by Susan Burak, J.D., M.A., R.C.C. Associate Director of LAPBC practicing lawyer for over twenty years, Registered Clinical Counsellor extensive training in MBSR Techniques.

Email Anna Kline kline@allard.ubc.ca to register


 


  • JD Student and Academic Services
  • All Students
Peter A. Allard School of Law UBC Crest The official logo of the University of British Columbia. Urgent Message An exclamation mark in a speech bubble. Arrow An arrow indicating direction. Caret A month-view page from a calendar. Caret An arrowhead indicating direction. Contact A page from a rolodex. Facebook The logo for the Facebook social media service. Information The letter 'i' in a circle. Instagram The logo for the Instagram social media service. Instagram An arrow exiting a rectangle. Linkedin The logo for the LinkedIn social media service. Mail An envelope. Minus A minus sign. Telephone An antique telephone. Play A media play button. Plus A plus symbol indicating more or the ability to add. Rss The logo for the Reddit social media service. Rss A symbol with radiating bars indicating an RSS feed. Search A magnifying glass. Twitter The logo for the Twitter social media service. Youtube The logo for the YouTube video sharing service.