Lunch & Learn Webinar
Happiness and the Practice of Mindfulness
Wednesday, February 20, 2019 from 12:00-12:45 PM PT
In this webinar, Dr. Fred Luskin, the founder of the Stanford Forgiveness Projects and author of the best-selling book Forgive for Good, will explore the practical implementation of the science of happiness, based on research that shows the central importance of strong relationships, a motivating positive purpose and a capacity to savor the good in one's life. Underlying each is the need for mindful attention to our goals and priorities. These elements when coupled with the decision to pay attention as our life whizzes by allows us to feel both a bit happier and more in control. This webinar is also our launching pad for the Mindfulness @Work 21-Day Challenge and an opportunity for you to be part of this challenge. Join us and discover amazing insights about happiness, mindfulness, and your opportunity to make 2019 a happier and more accomplished year.
About the presenter:
Dr. Luskin is the author of the best-selling books Forgive for Good: A Proven Prescription for Health and Happiness and Forgive for Love: The Missing Ingredient for a Healthy and Happy Relationship. His book Forgive for Good is the best-selling self-help book published on the topic of forgiveness. His research has shown that the Forgive for Good forgiveness methodology leads participants suffering from a wide range of concerns to improved physical and mental health.
Dr. Luskin founded and currently serves as Director of the Stanford University Forgiveness Projects. He is also Senior Consultant in Health Promotion/Wellness at the Stanford University Health Center and Department Chair in Clinical Psychology at Sofia University. At Stanford Dr. Luskin teaches classes on Positive Psychology, The Art and Science of Meditation, Forgiveness, Wellness, Flourishing and The Psychology of Storytelling to undergraduate and graduate students. He also conducts numerous workshops and staff development trainings in relationship enhancement, stress management and positive psychology through the Stanford Be Well program.