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Meditation & Mindfulness: Mindful Goal Setting
Meditation & Mindfulness: Mindful Goal Setting

Wed, Apr 10



Meditation & Mindfulness: Mindful Goal Setting

Explore goal-setting challenges and mindfulness techniques, including a guided meditation, to navigate and embrace life changes.

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Time & Location

Apr 10, 2024, 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM EDT


About the discussion

Join us for an interactive discussion with our facilitator, Dr. Christy DaBreo-Otero. In this 4 part series, we'll practice mindfulness together, discuss strategies for incorporating mindfulness, and meditate with a licensed coach.

In Session 3: 

  • Group members will identify goals that they might be struggling with meeting and barriers to setting achievable goals.
  • Group members will discuss how to use mindfulness to make their goals more achievable.  
  • Group facilitator will lead members through guided meditation to help them accept where they are in the present moment while considering changes they want to make in their lives.

Meet your facilitator: Dr. Christy DaBreo-Otero (she/her) is a licensed clinical psychologist in New York and Connecticut. She earned her Ph.D. from St. John’s University and completed her predoctoral training at Kings County Hospital and her postdoctoral fellowship at Barnard College. She has extensive experience working with adults across the developmental lifespan in hospital, higher education, community mental health centers, and private practice settings. Additionally, she works as an executive functioning coach helping young adults with organization and time management concerns.

Dr. DaBreo-Otero is trained in mindfulness and cognitive behavioral therapy. Her clinical lens coupled with her culturally sensitive approach helps in understanding the contexts of different identities and life transitions. She works collaboratively with clients in individual and group settings to help them increase their emotional awareness and live more fulfilling lives.

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