NICABM - Mindfulness Series 2013

NICABM – Mindfulness Series 2013 digital course
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NICABM – Mindfulness Series 2013

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NICABM – Mindfulness Series 2013


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More than Healing . . . Mindfulness Can Transform the Lives of Your Clients, and Change the Way You Practice

Now You Can Reduce Symptoms, Shorten Treatment,

and See a Powerful Difference in Your Patients’ Lives

Register Here for Only $397

and get the video, audio, transcript, TalkBack, Next Week

in Your Practice, and QuickStart Guide


12 CE/CME Credits or Clock Hours are available for purchase at checkout.

Click HERE to get information about CE/CME credits and clock hours as well as speaker disclosures

6 Part Webinar Series

The Neurobiology of Mindfulness: How Being Present Can Change the Brain

Dan Siegel, MD

Executive Director of the Mindsight Institute, Co-Director of UCLA’s Mindful Awareness Research Center, Author of The Whole-Brain Child

  • How Mindfulness Affects the Brain
  • Mindfulness and DNA: How Mindfulness Can Raise Telomerase Levels and Change Chromosomes
  • What it Means to be Present
  • Learning to Become Mindful: Turning a Mindful State Into a Mindful Trait
  • Why What You Do With Your Mind Changes the Structure of Your Brain
  • The Power of Presence to Create Health and Happiness
  • How Mindfulness Improves the Integrative Capacity of the Brain
  • Meditation and Mind-Wandering

Shifting Focus Through Mindfulness: How to Grow Love and Compassion out of the Seeds of Suffering

Jack Kornfield, PhD

Leading Buddhist teacher in the US, Founding Teacher of Insight Meditation Society and Spirit Rock, Author of Bringing Home the Dharma and The Wise Heart

  • How Mindfulness Training Changes Healing
  • Why Over-Identifying With a Role Can Cause Tremendous Suffering
  • How to Use Mindfulness and Loving Awareness to Become Free of the Past
  • Thinking “Skillfully”: How to Apply Mindfulness to Solve Conflict
  • Mindfulness Strategies for Overcoming Feelings of Unworthiness, Shame and Guilt
  • Why We Must Bring a Quality of Beginner’s Mind to Our Work

Mindfulness and the Gateways to Refuge: Finding the True Self

Tara Brach, PhD

Psychotherapist, Founder of Insight Meditation Community of Washington, DC, Author of Radical Acceptance and True Refuge: Finding Peace & Freedom in Your Own Awakened Heart

  • The One Key Thing a Practitioner Must Do to Help Clients Return to Their True Self
  • How Mindfulness Can Help Us Minimize Reactivity in Our Lives
  • Why False Refuges Look So Enticing
  • Four Subtle False Refuges That Are Difficult to Recognize
  • How to Find the Aliveness and Tenderness That is in the Present Moment
  • The Sacred Art of Pausing
  • The Importance of Recognizing That Beliefs Are Real but Not True
  • Why Mindfulness is the Best Strategy for Coming Back to Wholeness

How to Help People Connect to Loving Awareness: Expanding Our Capacity to Give and Receive Unconditional Love

Ram Dass, PhD

Author of Still Here and beloved spiritual teacher

  • Why it is So Difficult to Give and Receive Unconditional Love
  • Using Mindfulness to Disassociate From “Roles” and Improve Healing
  • Why Health Problems Can Sharpen Attunement
  • How to Love Even the People You Dislike
  • How to Help Patients Overcome the Fear of Growing Old
  • Why Mindful Living is Preparation for Dying

Dialectical Behavior Therapy – A New Approach to Treating Distressing Emotions

Marsha Linehan, PhD

Pioneer in somatic psychology, Author of Skills Training Manual for Treating Borderline Personality Disorder

  • Why Focusing on Change Can Be Ineffective in Treating Borderline Personality Disorder
  • Mindfulness Practices for Tolerating Distress and Difficult Moments
  • The Three Essential Skills of Dialectical Behavior Therapy
  • Why Dialectical Behavior Therapy is So Effective in Combating Thoughts of Suicide
  • Dialectical Behavior Therapy and Obesity – Treating the Behavior, Not the Biology

Deconstructing Death: Using Mindfulness to Manage Life’s Ultimate Transition

Joan Halifax, PhD

Author of Being with Dying: Cultivating Compassion and Fearlessness in the Presence of Death

  • GRACE – How Practitioners Can Cultivate Compassion
  • Why Practitioners Need to Regulate Their Own Response to Suffering in Order to Help Their Patients
  • An Exercise in Becoming Grounded: How to Prime Attention, Equanimity, and Strength
  • Why a “Perfect Death” is Unrealistic
  • Healing Fictions: What They Are and How They Structure Lives and Affect Treatment
  • The Art of Sitting With Not Knowing
  • Looking Past Our Biases to Serve With Openness

TalkBack segment

Ruth Buczynski, PhD, Ronald Siegel, PsyD, and Ruth Lanius MD, PhD

At the end of each of the six sessions, I’ll be talking with Joan Borysenko, PhD, and Ronald Siegel, PsyD, in what has become known as the TalkBack Segment.

For many participants this has become a favorite segment in the webinar.

The entire goal of this section is to focus your attention on how to apply what you’ve just heard to your clinical setting.

This is where you’ll get even more ways to use ideas from this comprehensive training program in your work.

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