Jefferson County offers call-in meditation program

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LAKEWOOD, Colo. — The Jefferson County Public Library is offering free meditation classes with the convenience of not even having to leave your home.

The library created a guided meditation call-in program for folks who wish to participate.

"We’ve decided to make it really easy and just have people attend by their phones,” explained Cecilia LaFrance, a coordinator with the Jefferson County Public Library.

The program was created to help support the growing interest for meditation in Jefferson County.

The library teamed up with a clinical psychologist with the Jefferson Center for Mental Health to make the program possible.

Each Wednesday at 10 a.m., folks can call in and listen to a guided meditation class from Caitlin Stell, the clinical psychologist who hosts the program.

The session lasts 30 minutes.

People can join by calling 303.502.5189 each Wednesday at 10 a.m.

A schedule of upcoming meditation classes can be found on the JeffCo Library website.

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