(WEBINAR) What is Mindfulness?

CE Type:*Cert of Attendance Only

Certificate of Attendance Only


About This Course

Overwhelmed by stress? The behavioral health profession is stressful and can lead to burning out and leaving this work. Don’t let this happen to you!

Mindfulness can help. Studies have shown thousands of mindfulness participants decrease their symptoms of burnout and feel better. Join this training to learn how mindfulness mediates these effects, leading to greater health and enhanced quality of life. In this workshop you will be offered a guided mindfulness meditation, with an opportunity for questions such as dealing with the racing mind, feeling plagued by thoughts, etc. You will also have options to build your mindfulness skill. An ongoing mindfulness can help handle stress, prevent or alleviate burnout, and increase enjoyment of life.

Learning Objectives: 

  1. Understand the stress response cycle and how mindfulness can mediate stress
  2. Define mindfulness
  3. Identify options to establish continued mindfulness practice


Intended Audience: 

Behavioral health system staff, educators, and school staff


Instructional Level: 



Completion Requirements: 

Participants must attend the entire session, participate in all activities, and submit an evaluation within the 7 days of training to receive credits and a certificate. All CEU certificates and certificates of attendance will be received through the DBHIDS Learning Hub. Once you have completed your evaluation you will have access to your CEU or Certificate of Attendance through your DBHIDS Learning Hub Account.


Credit Statements:

Certificate of Attendance Only

Course Instructors

May 25, 2023

Jenna Fenstermacher


Jenna Fenstermacher, MPA, is a dedicated mindfulness professional maintaining daily meditation practice since 2018. Fenstermacher trained by Brown University, she is a qualified Level-One Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction teacher. She is currently completing a certificate of Applied Mindfulness at West Chester University and is studying to teach another mindfulness-based, embodied practice, Inner Relationship Focusing. She is passionate about participatory health and teaching practices to support healthy lives. She is a current student in the Graduate Social Work program at West Chester University. Fenstermacher has received Masters of Public Administration from Villanova University and Bachelors from University of Delaware.