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Dharmachari Ananta

Dharmachari Ananta Dharmachari Ananta, is a certified Mindfulness teacher through Brown University and ordained Buddhist within the Triratna tradition. He has taught meditation and dharma for over fifteen years, is a guide and mentor to people training for ordination in his tradition, and has cumulatively spent three years on retreat. He recently taught mindfulness to under-served communities as part of […]

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Craig Sloane, LSCW, CASAC, CSAT

Craig Sloane, LSCW, CASAC, CSAT Craig is a psychotherapist in private practice in NYC and a qualified MBSR teacher through Brown University. Craig specializes in working with developmental trauma, addiction recovery, harm reduction psychotherapy, sexuality and life transitions. In addition to teaching MBSR Craig has facilitated community based mindfulness programs and corporate workplace mindfulness workshops.

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2023 Course: Mindfulness for Clinician Wellness and Clinical Practice

REGISTER HERE The Psychotherapy and Spirituality Institute welcomes back teachers Craig Sloane and Dh. Ananta for our upcoming workshop- Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) for Clinicians, beginning January 19, 2023. This classic 8-week Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) course is offered for mental health clinicians, as well as clergy, chaplains, and others. The workshop is an opportunity for

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Yoga from Dawn to Dusk: The Practice of Daily Living

June 9, 2022, 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm Weekly on Thursdays in June Trinity Commons The essence of yoga is not just postures on the mat. These sessions will include simple 1-10 minute practices from waking to sleeping including sitting, standing, walking, eating, stretching, sensing, computer time, and yes simple breathing. Learn how to practice

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PSI therapist Kim Schneiderman discusses intersections of writing and Internal Family Systems on “The One Inside” podcast

  On Friday, December 3, you can catch an interview with PSI therapist Kim Schneiderman, L.C.S.W., M.S.W., about the intersection of writing and Internal Family Systems (IFS) “parts work” on The One Inside: An Internal Family Systems Podcast, with Tammy Sollenberger, LCMHC. To read more about this groundbreaking holistic approach to psychotherapy, check out the IFS

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VIDEO: Mary Ragan on Faith and Mental Health: How Do We Create Communities of Care?

This presentation by PSI therapist and educator Mary Ragan, PhD, LCSW, was part of a Jan. 21, 2021 transatlantic Zoom conversation hosted by PSI, the Interfaith Center of New York, and Interfaith Glasgow, envisioning the future of mental health care in diverse faith communities, drawing lessons learned in the COVID pandemic.

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The Self, Lost and Found: How creativity holds up a mirror to your inner world

by Kim Schneiderman L.C.S.W., M.S.W. This blog was originally posted on Psychology Today’s website.  The original article is here. Maria was a 31-year-old artist who sought help to disentangle herself from a dysfunctional relationship with an emotionally abusive man. For the past few weeks, she had been seized by a compulsion to paint self portraits.

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