Ann Friedman, Ph.D., a psychologist, works fulltime on the Jung Center’s MBSI faculty to provide mindfulness and compassion training to adults, teens and children. She received her certifications through the UCLA Mindful Awareness Research Center, Emory University’s Center for Contemplative Science and Compassion Based Ethics, .b, and A Still Quiet Place.
This class will be delivered through a hybrid of in-person and Zoom, an online meeting tool.
The Jung Center of Houston
5200 Montrose Blvd.
Houston, TX 77006
Other Items to Note:
(Applies to both our Zoom online classes and the in-person classes at our studio)
Come as you are, and be comfortable. Some of our students may be in business attire, and others in workout clothes.
Class is experiential and includes some teaching, as well as practices with discussion. No one is pressured to speak.
We recommend that you arrive 5 minutes before class starts. If you are going to arrive late, that it is fine, but it is best to be on time to be respectful of the group. We understand, however, that things can happen beyond your control and we would rather have you come late than not at all.
If you will miss your class, please inform the instructor. You may make up the class the next time the series is offered; or you may take the entire next series again for free. Alternatively, you can pay for a private make-up session.
You are allowed to bring food and beverages. We do offer water, tea, and coffee at our studio.
There is no need to take notes. Our instructors will provide summaries of each class as handouts (or sent via email).