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Mindfulness and Positive Psychology Works In The Workplace
What does mindfulness bring to mind? There are many myths and false beliefs about mindfulness despite the everyday evidence and sound research that documents the far reaching benefits in today’s workplaces. The same is true for positive psychology. We will learn from an expert with deep credentials how mindfulness and positive psychology really work in today’s workplace. Don’t underestimate the power and potential of these two complementary bodies of knowledge and related practices!
Join us on May 11 if you would like to hear some examples and practical suggestions for enhancing leadership, teamwork, and everyday workplace performance using mindfulness and positive psychology.
Speaker: John M. Talmadge, MD, Brain Performance Institute and UT Southwestern Medical Center (see full bio below)
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Schedule for Thursday Evening:
– 6:30 Networking / Food / Intros
– 7:00 Announcements / Program
– 8:45 Closing and evaluation
University of Dallas – SB Hall, Serafy Special Events Room *
Campus: 1845 East Northgate Drive, Irving, TX 75062 (972-721-5000)
Note: SB Hall is on the north side the campus, near Gorman Dr. and Haggar Circle (across the street from the Art History building where we met in 2014).
The SBH Serafy Special Events room is on the first floor (use any door).
Parking: Lot Q, along Dominican Lane (just northeast of the building), or Lot L (to the southwest).
John M. Talmadge, M.D. is Senior Medical Advisor, Brain Performance Institute at The Center for BrainHealth, The University of Texas Dallas. He also holds the position of Clinical Professor, Psychiatry & Addiction Medicine at The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center and is a Diplomate, American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology & American Society of Addiction Medicine.
A native Texan, Dr. Talmadge is has taught and held an active practice of psychiatry for over thirty years. He entered the field of addictions in the 1980’s and was among the first physicians certified by both The American Society of Addiction Medicine as well as The American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology.
Dr. Talmadge has also trained in spiritual direction at The Anglican School of Theology and is a recipient of the Agent of Change Award from the Dallas Council on Alcohol and Drug Abuse. In 2016 he received the Annual Career Service Award for his contributions in mental health, alcoholism and addictions from Solutions Outpatient Services.
We look forward to seeing you there!