Tag Archives: Mindfulness conferences

Shauna Shapiro (Professor of Counseling Psychology, Santa Clara University. Co-author, The Art & Science of Mindfulness, 2009. Previously Adjunct Professor, Andrew Weil’s Integrated Medicine Program, University of Arizona) talks about the Art and Science of Mindfulness, and how to integrate mindfulness and meditation into psychotherapy and the helping professions.

John Briere (Professor of Psychiatry & Psychology, Keck School of Medicine, University of Southern California) discusses the development of mindful attention & awareness in work with those in psychological pain, regardless of how “good” or “lovable” the client may appear to be.

Sylvia Boorstein (co-founder, teacher, Spirit Rock Meditation Center. Senior Teacher, Insight Meditation Society in Barre, MA. Etc.) describes wisdom as an antidote to mental suffering. Loving kindness and compassion as guarantors of an effective therapeutic presence.

More videos and information about Mindfulness conferences are available on http://facesconferences.com/

Jack Kornfield talks about mindfulness. Jack Kornfield video from the Mindfulness conference.

More videos and information about Mindfulness conferences are available on http://facesconferences.com/

Sharon Salzberg gives an inspiring lecture about our right to live happily, and what happens when our actions are not based on proper understanding of happiness.

Sharon Salzberg teaches vipassanā (insight), mettā (loving-kindness) and other meditation methods having their origins in the Theravada Buddhist tradition. Her approaches also touch on the Brahmavihara meditations. Together with Jack Kornfield and Joseph Goldstein, she founded the Insight Meditation Society in 1974. She also co-founded (with Goldstein) the Barre Center for Buddhist Studies in 1989. In 1998 they co-founded The Forest Refuge as a long-term meditation retreat center.