Episode #11 - 2018 Year End Review

Episode #10 - It's About Consent

In this episode, we recap the talk by Dr. AnnaLise Trudell titled "Anova and Gender-Based Violence in London." We dive into a discussion about gender-based violence, consent, the Ontario sex education changes, unfounded cases, celebrities in the #MeToo age and relationships in the workplace. We also talk about sex pizza.

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Episode #9 - Our Canadian Life

In this episode, we recap the talk by Tony Martin and jump through various topics on racism and discrimination. Also Mars came up. Apologies in advance for the disjointed conversations.

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Episode #8 - My American Life

Tony Martin is a long-time member of HALA and a lifelong resident of Detroit, Michigan. In his presentation, entitled "My American Life”, he speaks about his experience of growing up in Detroit and living as a person of colour in America, from the period of the civil rights movement in the 1960s to the present Trump era.

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Episode #7 - Mindfulness for Mind Control?

We discuss the talk by Monica Tomlinson titled: Where Eastern Tradition Meets Western Science: Mindfulness and its Application in Psychotherapy.

We discuss how mindfulness is related to stoicism along with mind control, capitalism, and religion. We also have some tips for mindfulness practices and our upcoming events.

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Episode #6 - Mindfulness: Not Just For Hippies

Monica Tomlinson is currently completing her PhD in clinical psychology at Western University. The title of her presentation is: Where Eastern Tradition Meets Western Science: Mindfulness and its Application in Psychotherapy. The “third wave” of psychotherapy has incorporated mindfulness meditation as a psychological approach for putting space between thoughts, emotions, and behaviour. In this talk, she will offer an overview of mindfulness, introduce us to mindfulness meditation, and briefly describe how she has applied mindfulness to non-clinical groups (e.g., those with chronic pain, parents) and clinical groups (e.g., individuals suffering from psychosis).

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