Growing Up and Waking Up: Applied Mindfulness in Psychotherapy and Buddhist Practice
Upon completion of this course participants will be able to:
Describe mindfulness as an engaged practice in psychotherapy.
Discuss Loving Presence as the essential container for relational healing.
Discuss assisted self-study and the Hakomi Way.
Describe multiplicity of mind and the Internal Family Systems model.
Name the Buddha’s Four Noble Truths for the relief of suffering.
Discuss redefinition of symptoms and pathology.
Discuss the distinctions between attachment in human development and in Buddhist practice.
Describe foundations of research on attachment patterns and interpersonal neurobiology.
Discuss Interbeing and Intersubjectivity.
Discuss mutual causality and the unfolding of the Self.
Discuss immediacy in the therapeutic relationship.
Describe the shadow side of mindfulness.
Discuss Growing Up and Waking Up: The Double Helix of Maturity.