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This program has recently started, but it may still be possible to register if only the orientation class has been missed. Please call us at 514-481-0317‬‬ to inquire, and fill out the form below to be added to our waiting list.
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Join our free online support group to help navigate the current COVID-19 crisis. These hour long sessions feature some brief opening comments from a Mindspace therapist or mindfulness teacher, followed by facilitated discussion to explore how to manage the various emotional and psychological difficulties that are arising in response to this event.

No advance registration is necessary. Click the Join the Group button at the time of the event in order to join the video meeting using your web browser. 

These groups use the Google Meet platform. No additional software is necessary to join. You will be asked to share your microphone and webcam (if applicable), and can enter your name and submit a request to join the meeting, which will be approved once the group meeting begins. Participants are free to share their audio and video or not, but we ask that all participants keep their microphones muted when not sharing / speaking.

For those without access to a reliable computer, it is also possible to join this group by phone by calling ‪+1 647-738-7154‬ PIN: ‪652 042 014‬#. (Note this will only work for this particular instance of this group.)

Instructors


Johann Diermann

Johann is an International Coaching Federation (ICF) certified Mindfulness Coach. He specializes in helping leaders gain a non-judgmental meta-perspective on their current behaviour patterns to liberate their unique gifts and talents. Johann is the co-founder of the Bhakti Center in Manhattan, a community and cultural center dedicated to the wellness. As a Hindu monk and community builder for 25 years in New York City and India, he has always been fascinated by the possibility of integrating the best from the East with the best from the West. Johann works in both English and German.