Level 1: 16 Guidelines- tools for personal and cultural change
Participants will develop tools to change the way they Think, Act, Relate and Create Meaning.
This workshop is for those who are interested in taking mindfulness into the world in order to create a wise, kind society:
• Health and Mental Health practitioners
• Business Leaders
• Community Developers
The 16G have attracted everyone from neuroscientists to school teachers, corporations to social services agencies, parents to community builders - anyone who is in need of motivation to change their outlook and practices.
The 16G are currently being used for personal and cultural change in hospitals, schools, social service agencies, drug rehab, hospices, universities, youth-at-risk programs, youth leadership programs, businesses and prisons as well as in families, communities and neighborhoods.
Registration includes 16G Book and Cards ($35 value)
Early: $225 Register by March 7th
$275 After March 7th,
Please enquire for student low income rate available
Craig Mackie has a MA in philosophy and a MSW. Currently in clinical practice with specializing in Mindfulness, he also teaches at the University of Toronto, Applied Mindfulness Meditation Program and is an international trainer in the 16 Guidelines. Craig has used the 16G to teach youth at-risk, adults in therapeutic settings, in the not-for-profit sector, as a character education curriculum and as the basis of the ethics course at the U of T Applied Mindfulness certificate program.
Shelley Urlando is the International Co-Trainer of Transformative Mindfulness Methods, supporting facilitators in 13 countries. She is the Program Coordinator for Universal Education Programs and faculty at The Centre for Compassion & Wisdom, Burlington. She co-founded Mindfulness Halton/Peel Professional Community, and is a certified practitioner of 16 Guidelines For Life and Mindfulness Without Borders.