What is Mindfulness Really?

Monday, February 6, 2023

5:00 pm — 6:30 pm

Online

Internal Event

In this workshop, we will explore what mindfulness is and how it might be helpful to you.

Admission Price

Free

Register

You will need to use your Graduate Center or School of Journalism email address in order to get confirmation to join this workshop. Register here

Zoom info emailed upon registration.

This workshop will include experiential exercises and group sharing. We will share tips and resources to help you cultivate your own practice. All levels of experience are welcome.

Speakers

Photo of David Gumpel smiling and sitting on red chair with black background

David Gumpel is an Integral Master Coach and a qualified teacher of Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) through UMASS medical school. He completed his MA in Psychology at The New School for Social Research. David is the co-founder of Access Mindfulness and was a study coordinator for the MAPS sponsored MDMA-Assisted Therapy for the treatment of post-traumatic stress disorder study in NYC. At Fluence, David provides guidance to Fluence trainers, leads experiential training and ensures the successful implementation of Fluence’s many offerings as the Director of training operations. As a coach, David teaches mindfulness to clients in private practice and to groups in corporate settings. Find him online at ebcpathways.com

 

 

 

 

Headshot photo of Rozita Alaluf.

Rozita Alaluf is a clinical psychology doctoral candidate at the City College of New York and a Clinical Fellow at The Wellness Center. She provides psychodynamically-oriented therapy to individuals across the lifespan. Rozita has also trained in yoga and mindfulness-based practices and incorporates these practices into her therapeutic approach.