Event price: $ 180,000 COP

Pay on line: At the time of your registration you can pay online with credit card and PSE.

Payment in banks:
Present the invoice printed in laser, and approach the following banking entities:

  • Bancolombia
  • Itaú
  • Banco de Bogotá and its banking correspondents: Almacenes Éxito, Carulla, Surtimax, Súper inter.

Face-to-face payment:
Go to the University Cashier and pay with a debit or credit card.

Start date: 20-10-2020

End date: 29-10-2020

Duration: 8.00 hours.

Event city: Medellin

Schedules: From October 20 to October 29, Tuesday and Thursday from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm

Modality: Face-to-face program assisted by Technology.
-Theoretical-practical meetings. Each session will have an explanation and practical exercises.
-Breathing exercises
-Exercises to be present
-Guided meditations (online).

To consider:

It is necessary to have a minimum of people to start the program.

No refunds are made once the program has started.

Learn about our discounts for our university community, or if you are an employee or associate of institutions with current agreements with the CES University
Ask about our discounts for prompt payment, referrals or if you have seen several offers with Continuing Education of the Faculty of Psychology.

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Investment

Full Rate: $ 180,000

Prompt payment rate of $ 162,000 until October 10.

If you want to take advantage of the discount, get information with:
Eliana María Zapata cell. 317.801.74.97, Email: ezapata@ces.edu.co

Claudia Obando Torres cel. 317.806.68.67, Email: cobando@ces.edu.co

Event Code: 70090054

To register, you must fill out the form to generate the invoice and make the payment online, banks or in person at the University.

Faculty: Well-being and mental health psychology

Eliana Maria Zapata
Continuing Education Professional
ezapata@ces.edu.co
(57) (4) 317.801.7497

Claudia Obando Torres
Administrative Assistant Continuing Education
cobando@ces.edu.co
(57) (4) 317.806.68.67

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Description

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Modality

The modality of the event is Face-to-face

It is common to hear a significant percentage of people use the word stress to refer to individual, family, economic, work situations that get out of control and affect physical and mental health. However, stress has a broader understanding and should not be classified as "bad", because as the Austrian endocrinologist Hans Seyle puts it, "it is a nonspecific response of the body to any demand"; It is part of an evolutionary or ancestral development of man, who had to activate his alert systems so as not to be eaten by large animals while he went out to hunt or get food.

Stress as a defense and adaptive mechanism is a normal reaction of the organism to face the new, the unknown, the potentially dangerous for the physical and emotional integrity, that is, it has an initial protective function. Stress reactions to a threat should be exhausted in a short time, but this is not always the case and activation processes or psychophysiological responses are maintained that generate dysregulation or imbalances that make the body lose homeostasis, thus reaching exhaustion phases that affect the physical and mental health. This is where we talk about distress or negative stress, when the body does not return to the usual levels of energy expenditure and symptoms such as: fatigue, reactions in the endocrine system (hormonal), immune system (defenses), gastrointestinal system, permanent fatigue, low motivation appear. , sadness, anxiety, among others.

Now, there are different tools that can generate well-being and contribute to the reduction of stress when it generates imbalances that affect overall health. Mindfulness or Mindfulness, is one of these possibilities. Jon Kabat-Zinn, forerunner of the MBSR (Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction) program developed at the University of Massachusetts-United States Medical Center, affirms that mindfulness “consists of being aware of every moment. It is grown by expressly paying attention to things that we usually cannot think of. Its systematic approach serves to develop new types of control and wisdom in our lives based on our ability to relax, pay attention, gain awareness, and have insight. In this learning process we assume from the beginning that, as long as we breathe, there is more good in us than bad, and that no matter how sick or desperate we feel ”.

There are numerous investigations that have realized the benefits of mindfulness. In the educational field, Napoli et al, 2005; Robert and Wall, 2005, found effects in students such as: increased concentration capacity and academic performance, improved interpersonal relationships, better classroom environment. In Colombia, the pedagogical program RESPIRA, takes the practice of mindfulness to different schools to promote learning and socio-emotional well-being of teachers and students; in 2014 they found that "the program generated changes in their way of living and teaching in 90% of the participating teachers".

Likewise, in the treatment of medical and psychiatric illnesses and in the prevention of stress and psychological discomfort, Grossman et al, 2004; Ledesma and Kumano 2009; Bohlmeijer et al, 2010, evidenced effects in the treatment of cardiovascular diseases, chronic pain, depression, anxiety, eating disorders, among others.

We see then the importance of making an approach that allows us to understand in a general way the biopsychosocial implications of poor stress management and the possibility of having some elements of mindfulness as a tool that promotes well-being and health in an integral way, as proposed the World Health Organization-WHO when speaking of it as "a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not only the absence of affections or diseases".

General public.

Technology-assisted classroom program (online).

Financing

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Study plan

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Objective

To understand in a general way the biopsychosocial implications of poor stress management and to have some elements of mindfulness as a tool that promotes well-being and health in an integral way.

Finance the payment of your registration with SUFI, contact the advisor:

Anderson Esneyder Acevedo Benitez
Telephone: (57) (4) 604 91 25
Mobile: 301 254 98 44
Email: anaceved@bancolombia.com.co

Payment with Severance:
Check with your fund and severance management company about the requirements to make the payment *.
* Applies for diplomas and certifications.

  • Topic 1: Brain and Mindfulness, Mindful Breathing Practices 1, Guided Meditation 1
  • Topic 2: Physical and mental stress: understand-detect and act, Conscious breathing practices 2, Guided meditation 2.
  • Topic 3: Thoughts and emotions: stop, breathe and reinterpret, Conscious breathing practices 3, Guided meditation 3.
  • Topic 4: Time Management: Prioritize to Balance, Mindful Breathing Practices 4, Guided Meditation 4.

General Objectives: To understand in a general way the biopsychosocial implications of poor stress management and to have some elements of mindfulness as a tool that promotes well-being and health in an integral way.

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