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The Science of a Meaningful Life: Building Compassion and Happiness is a day-long seminar offered by Dacher Keltner on May 20, 2011 at the Sacramento Convention Center (Sacramento, CA).

For instance, simply counting one’s blessings on a regular basis can lead to measurable improvements in one’s immune system and psychological well-being, and improve their relationships. Dr. Keltner’s overview of this research will show how leading a meaningful life isn’t just good, but good for you.

Building on this science, Dr. Keltner will present research-based tips for fostering empathy, compassion, happiness and other positive skills in yourself, in children, and in colleagues and clients. He will also shed light on those who have trouble forming compassionate relationships, such as those who suffer from social disorders like autism.

For more information and to register, please visit: http://greatergood.berkeley.edu/news_events/event/the_science_of_a_meaningful_life_building_compassion_and_happiness/