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Mindfulness and Compassion Lecture Series

  • Harvard Smith Campus 75 Mount Auburn Street Cambridge, MA, 02138 United States (map)

Compassion Meditation: How It Changes The Brain and Improves Stress Resilience
Gaelle Desbordes, PhD
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Location: Harvard: Bock Room, 6th floor, Smith Campus Center, Harvard University, 75 Mt Auburn St, Cambridge, MA 02138

This monthly continuing education (CE) program is for psychotherapists, health professionals, and other members of the community interested in clinical applications of meditation or mindfulness. Each lecture will address theoretical and clinical issues at the interface of these rich healing traditions, with topics ranging from self-care to trauma to work in schools.

These community evenings offer an opportunity to gather with colleagues in an informal setting to explore the intersection between mindfulness, compassion, and clinical practice. The presenters are notable leaders and speakers in the field who bring with them a wide variety of research and clinical experience.

Each presentation will be followed by Q&A and discussion, moderated by Christopher Willard, PsyD, or Meghan Searl, PhD.

2 CE’s are offered each evening to psychologists, licensed mental health counselors, social workers, marriage and family therapists, and nurses. Please see details at the end of this notice.

Fees: Suggested donation for general attendance is $15.
Continuing Education credits are available for a fee of $30.
Please purchase your tickets with this distinction in mind.

These lectures are suitable for all levels of healthcare professionals and any level of meditation experience. Everyone is invited to attend. Click here for more information about the lecture series and click here to register for the December 4 talk with Gaelle Desbordes.

Earlier Event: November 6
Mindfulness and Compassion Lecture Series