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SWK 395 Selected Topics in Social Work Practice Mindfulness and Social Work Practice

This course will be taught by way of a secular approach with an opportunity for students to incorporate the practice to suit their own religious pursuits. At its essence, Mindfulness is a method or tool that offers a practical way to develop the ability to observe ourselves, our thoughts, actions, and behaviours. Students will learn that with increased awareness, by way of Mindfulness methods, we can live lives that are more balanced, stable and peaceful.

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Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisite: Registered in level 3 or above
Instructor: Susan Mair Profile
Class Times: Wednesday 5:30 - 8:30 pm
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