Foundations of Mindfulness
An Introduction to Buddhist Psychology
Presented by Spencer Mc Williams
This workshop addresses the theoretical
roots of mindfulness in Buddhist psychol-
ogy beginning with the middle way theory of
Madhyamika Buddhism, which demonstrates
the interdependence, impermanence, and
emptiness (lack of essence) of phenomena and
proposes viewing phenomena as convention-
ally real but not having inherent reality. 2010.
Evidence-Based Group Treatments for
Survivors of Catastrophic Trauma
Presented by Shirley M. Glynn, et al.
In this workshop on group therapy for survi-
vors of psychological trauma, two manualized
treatments are presented: ( 1) trauma focus
group therapy, a behavioral model incorporat-
ing skills building and trauma exposure; and ( 2)
present-centered group therapy, a supportive
approach informed by schema theory. 2006.
Spiritual Practices in Psychotherapy
Thirteen Tools for Enhancing
Presented by Thomas Plante
This workshop offers spiritual and religious
tools common among the major spiritual and
religious traditions that contemporary psychol-
ogists and other mental health professionals
can use to enhance their professional services.
Examples include meditation, charitable works,
ethical values, and approaching others with
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