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Starting next Wednesday Apr 7

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  • Tsomo
    Meditation as a Therapeutic Approach This class will be designed to offer the new student a means to becoming their own therapist. The student will be
    Message 1 of 1 , Apr 1, 2004

      Meditation

      as a Therapeutic Approach

       

      This class will be designed to offer the new student a means to becoming their own therapist. The student will be introduced to the theory and methodology of Tibetan Buddhist meditation as a psychological intervention to cut through one's own personal struggles.  The class will be instructive and experiential.  In addition, discussion and dialogue will be an integral component of each class.

       

      By Karuna Cayton (LMFT),

      A psychotherapist, who has conducted numerous workshops on integrating

      Buddhist & western psychology.

       

      This course can provide 6 hours of CEU�s

       April 7, 21, 28, May 5, 2004, Wednesday evenings, 7pm

      (Please note:

      Apr 7 -- the first class will be held in the Pine Room 

      Apr 14 -- no class due to His Holiness Dalai Lama teachings in Pasedena)

       

      For registration, please call 831-462 8383.

      $20 � $100 (4 sessions) $5� 25 per session

      Karuna Cayton (LMFT, 1992) has been a student of Buddhist psychology and philosophy for over 25 years.  A long time student of Lama Yeshe and Lama Zopa Rinpoche, he worked for the lamas at Kopan Monastery from 1975-1988.  During that time he created and taught the secular studies program for the resident Tibetan and Nepali monks. He also assisted in running the Buddhist programs for foreign visitors and was the co-founder and director of the city center in Kathmandu, Himalayan Yogic Institute. He has been on the FPMT Board of Directors since 1988.

           After returning to the US in 1988 he received his MA in Clinical Psychology from JFK University in 1992.  He has worked at the Children�s Health Council at Stanford University and trained interns in Narrative Therapy at Mental Research Institute (MRI) in Palo Alto.

            Presently, he is the director of The Karuna Group (www.thekarunagroup.com), a coaching and counseling project.  The Karuna Group works with individuals, couples and families as well as assists business leaders in transforming their organizations into preeminent enterprises based upon the Buddhist principles of wisdom, compassion and ethics.


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