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BT08 Short Course 37 - Meditation for Brief Therapy: Research, Theory and Practice - C. Alexander Simpkins, PhD, Annellen Simpkins, PhD


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Short Course
Category:
Brief Therapy Conference |  Brief Therapy Conference 2008
Faculty:
Alexander Simpkins, PhD |  Annellen M. Simpkins, PhD
Duration:
1:25:19
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Audio Only
Original Program Date :
Dec 11, 2008
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Meditation offers useful and varied methods for brief therapy. Important scientific studies on meditation's neuroscience and clinical applications show many meditation methods are effective. Yoga, Buddhism, Daoism and Zen are described, each with its key concepts and unique approaches to mental development. Attendees learn research, theory and useful meditation methods step-by-step, including concentration, breathing, mindfulness, wu-wei, qi gong and zazen. Case examples form links to practice. Therapists will fine lasting solutions to enhance therapeutic work.

Educational Objectives:

  1. To describe four foundational meditation theories: Yoga, Buddhism, Daoism and Zen.
  2. To list four key meditation methods that have been researched and shown to be effective for therapy.

*Sessions may be edited for content and to preserve confidentiality*

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Alexander Simpkins, PhD's Profile

Alexander Simpkins, PhD Related seminars and products: 5


Alexander Simpkins, Ph.D, is a psychologist specializing in meditation, hypnotherapy, and neuroscience. He has been practicing psychotherapy for more than three decades and have taught meditative and hypnotic methods to facilitate mind-brain change in people of all ages. 


Annellen M. Simpkins, PhD's Profile

Annellen M. Simpkins, PhD Related seminars and products: 5


Annellen Simpkins, Ph.D, is a psychologist specializing in meditation, hypnotherapy, and neuroscience. She has been practicing psychotherapy for more than three decades and have taught meditative and hypnotic methods to facilitate mind-brain change in people of all ages.


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