Associate Professor Craig Hassed, shares with listeners some of basics of mindfulness, what it is, how we can do it and what the benefits are. He also shares how we can use it to reduce our own mental clutter while also sharing tips on how to  introduce it in our work.

About Associate Professor Craig Hassed.

Associate Professor Craig Hassed OAM has been working within the Faculty of Medicine at Monash University since 1989. He now also teaches into a number of other faculties and is coordinator of mindfulness programs across Monash. His teaching, research and clinical interests include mindfulness, mind-body medicine, lifestyle medicine, integrative medicine and medical ethics. Craig developed and integrated into the Monash medical curriculum the world-first mindfulness-based healthy lifestyle course called the Health Enhancement Program. He has authored over 100 papers in peer-reviewed journals and is regularly invited to speak and run courses in Australia and overseas in health, educational, government and corporate contexts. Craig has collaborated with a number of Australian and international universities helping them to integrate similar content. Craig was the founding president of Meditation Australia, is a regular media commentator, and has published 13 books and 14 book chapters. Craig featured in the documentaries, The Connection, and My Year of Living Mindfully. He co-authored with Richard Chambers the two free online Mindfulness courses in collaboration with Monash University and FutureLearn, both of which are rated by Class Central among the leading online courses in the world. In 2019 Craig was awarded the Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM) for services to Medicine.

Links to resources mentioned  

Mindfulness based cognitive therapy course

Future learn, mindfulness for peak performance

Craigs book – new edition coming out June 2021 Mindfulness for Life By: Dr. Craig Hassad, Dr. Stephen McKenzie

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