Contemplative Psychotherapy: A Buddhist Approach

Karen Kissel Wegela PhD  September 29  Seattle  WA  

Contemplative Psychotherapy is rooted in core Buddhist teachings, some of which include: Buddha Nature; understanding confusion and suffering as a mistaken understanding of self; the notion of egolessness and the phenomenon of “exchange”; and the Four Foundations of Mindfulness. This workshop will explore the implications of these ideas for working with the suffering of others. Held at Seattle University.

CE: 5 hrs NBCC  American Association of Pastoral Counselors, Northwest Region; School of Theology and Ministry, Seattle University  $100 Professional, $50 Student (lunch included)  Anthony Terndrup  (541) 753-9217  Web:  Email:  

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