Mindfulness is best described as a non-judgmental awareness of sensory and thought experience that can create a deeper sense of understanding and freedom to choose. Research has increasingly shown it to be an effective tool for changing negative behaviors, managing difficult emotions and reducing suffering.
This workshop series introduces evidence-based approaches that incorporate mindfulness, including Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT).
Contemporary Behavioral Principles for Clinicians
Mindfulness-Based Therapies for Depression
Compassion-Focused Therapy for Shyness and Social Anxiety Disorder
Mindfulness-Based Therapies for Children & Adolescents
Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT): An Introduction
ACT for Problematic Anger
Teaching Mindfulness Meditation to Clients
DBT Level II: The Four Skills Modules
Mindfulness for Parenting: Using Mindfulness to Help Parents Enhance Their Children's Emotional Well-Being
Wrestling with a Gooey Monster: A Mindfulness-Based Treatment for OCD & Chronic Worry in Children