Using Forgiveness and Mindfulness to Foster Resilience and Flexibility
Join Dr. Fred Luskin, best-selling author and director of Stanford University's Forgiveness
Projects, for workshop focusing on positive psychology as a prescription for better
health and happiness in life and business.
You will learn how choosing emotional wellness and positive coping can reduce anger,
depression, stress – and even blood pressure — and lead to greater feelings of optimism,
hope, compassion, and self-confidence. Mindfulness, forgiveness and positive psychology
practices will be highlighted.
The workshop is offered in either an online or face-to-face format. There will be discussion and guided practice on:
What is positive psychology and why are mindfulness and forgiveness so important for
our well being
Why forgiveness is good for people’s emotional and physical well-being
Why happiness predicts success more than success predicts happiness
What is mindfulness and how can one embed simple practices in a busy life
For an introduction to the topic of Forgiveness, watch this video of Dr. Luskin speaking
at the LifeTalks conference.
Date: March 14, 2022 Time: 9 am
—12:30 pm Location: In-person at Stony Brook University Price: $95*
*Stony Brook University students, alumni and veterans are eligible for a 10% discount.
Contact us for details.
About the Facilitator
Fred Luskin, PhD
Dr. Frederic Luskin is a Senior Consultant in Health Promotion and Wellness at Stanford
University and Director of the Stanford University Forgiveness Projects.
His highly-regarded work has led to presentations at Facebook, Apple, Google, Boston
Consulting, Cisco and LinkedIn. Formerly Research Associate in Preventive Cardiology
at Stanford University School of Medicine, Dr. Luskin is also the author of best-selling
Forgive for Good and
Stress Free for Good. In addition, Dr. Luskin is co-founder of the executive consulting firm
Maximize Your Talent.
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