Mindfulness Practice for Law School
Law school creates a competitive environment with significantly more work than most undergraduate programs. The new expectations and environment increases anxiety and stress for many students. This lesson introduces basic skills to help students practice mindfulness and stay in the present despite the numerous stressors.
On completion of the lesson, the student will be able to:
1. Describe the basic practice of mindfulness.
2. Demonstrate basic mindfulness practice.
3. Use The Work of Byron Katie technique.
4. Construct a daily routine to integrate mindfulness practice.
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