Mindful Meditation Mediates Stress


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Course Description

This program was recorded on July 15, 2020

Practicing law is highly stressful. Lawyers have one of the greatest rates of substance abuse, and mental health problems. Now, we are plagued with a lethal COVID-19 pandemic. Stress, anxiety, depression, and other mental/emotional health challenges are at their height. Mindfulness is a powerful antidote to stress as a well-documented means of calming and quieting the mind while increasing concentration and the ability to focus. Mindful Meditation is a formidable antitoxin to the virulent and noxious effect of unprecedented stress. Attorney Constance d’Angelis teaches both skills in this course.

Constance d’AngelisConstance d’Angelis
Constance is a seasoned attorney and mediator. Her practice consists mostly of U.S. District Court Bankruptcy and related State Court matters. She provides legal counsel to small business clients; and engages in guidance with respect to mortgage modification issues. This includes home ownership, and lending associated therewith. She mentors aspiring attorney/mediators.

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2 Specialty Credits

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  1. Mindfulness and Benefits
    1. What is Mindfulness?
    2. What are some of the Benefits?
    3. Regulates emotions and reactive behaviors;
    4. Enhances mental focus, flexibility, and attention;
    5. Reduces anxiety, panic attacks, and chronic pain;
    6. Promotes ease of falling asleep and staying asleep;
    7. Lowers blood pressure, and heart, metabolism and breathing rates;
    8. Increases brain and immune function;
    9. Amplifies relaxation neurotransmitters and other calming chemicals.
  1. Stressors and stress effects on mental, emotional, and physical health.
    1. Mindful Awareness Quiz
    2. Identify specific effects of stressors
  1. How our central, peripheral nervous systems, and cranial nerves including the Vagus nerve are affected by chronic stress.
  1. Mindful Meditation skills and practice.
    1. Mindful Breathing;
    2. Mindful Object Focusing;
    3. Mindful Eating;
    4. Mindful Movement Meditation, Creativity, and Guided Meditation;
    5. Present moment, contemplative, transformational, word, image, sound, walking, sitting, physical sensation, and other forms of mindful and mindful meditation practice.
  1. Path to incorporating mindfulness and mindful meditation into daily life.
    1. Present moment focus during unpleasant or unwelcome task(s);
    2. Noticing emotional reaction or response to a trauma, conflict, or stressor;
    3. Employing mindful focus on mundane or usual activity;
    4. Committing to proper breathing;
    5. Setting aside at least five (5) minutes each day for closed eye Mindful Meditation;
    6. Keeping a Mindful Journal.