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Dr. Biedermann Shares Mindfulness Tips in Authority Magazine

In the Media | 05.15.20

Christina Biedermann, Psy.D., Associate Professor in the Doctor of Psychology (Psy.D.) in Clinical Psychology program in Chicago, was recently interviewed about mindfulness, leadership, and social justice for a series in Medium’s Authority Magazine.

In the series, titled “How to Develop Mindfulness and Serenity During Stressful or Uncertain Times,” Biedermann defined mindfulness and discussed its implications for self-care and social justice.

“Mindfulness means not only attending to your internal experience but also to the environment around you,” Biedermann said. “Fully recognizing our impact on others and on our physical surroundings is complicated, particularly when doing so means we become aware of how we participate in social systems and ways of living that disadvantage others or damage the natural world.”

Read the Authority Magazine article, “Dr. Christina Biedermann of Adler University: ‘How To Develop Mindfulness And Serenity During Stressful Or Uncertain Times.

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