October 11 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm CDTFree – $5.00
How Mindfulness Can Bring Peace to Your Anxious Mind With Alice Lottes, Ph.D.
Are you anxious about the upcoming election? Is the state of our country or world keeping you up at night? Or are you dealing with a personal challenge that is overwhelming you?
Mindfulness meditation can help. Even the most upbeat person can find these to be trying times personally and collectively. Let the gift of mindfulness meditation bring you peace and perhaps open you to possibilities for the future you couldn’t sense before.
Drawing upon her training, experience facilitating five mindfulness programs for Eremos, and using mindfulness meditation in her therapy practice, Alice Lottes will help us bring calm and peace to our anxious minds.
Whether you’re new to mindfulness or an experienced practitioner, come be in community as we engage the gift of mindfulness meditation to find peace in these troubled times.
Tuesday evening, October 11th
6:30pm to 8:00pm Central
Suggested donation of $10
(Donate from $5 to $25 or more).
Virtually: (via Zoom)
Alice Lottes, PhD
ABOUT OUR FACILITATOR
Alice Lottes PhD
Alice is a born and raised Austinite. She worked in the corporate world for 15 years before returning to school to get her PhD in Psychology and has been in private practice for the past 20 years. Her specialties include working with families and individuals.
Alice began to explore meditation in 2013 as an additional skill to add to her psychology tool kit. Once she began her study of meditation, she realized the spiritual depth this practice brought to her life. Alice completed a two-year Mindfulness Meditation Teacher Training Program lead by Tara Brach PhD and Jack Kornfield PhD and enjoys sharing the benefits of this practice with others.
- The University of Texas 1982, BS Education
- The University of Texas 1998, MS Psychology
- The University of Texas 1999, PhD Psychology
How Mindfulness Can Bring Peace to Your Anxious Mind with Alice Lottes, Ph.D. Tuesday Evening, October 11th, 6:30pm to 8:00pm Central Via Zoom, Recorded Suggested donation of $10 (Donate from $5 to $25 or more).