Mindfulness is a popular intervention these days, well-supported by clinical research and brain-scan studies. But many well-meaning clinicians use mindfulness to distract clients from unpleasant thoughts and feelings, inadvertently reinforcing the avoidance cycle, which increases struggle in the long term. This workshop will help you avoid the avoidance trap and translate research findings into powerful tools. Learn proven techniques for using mindfulness to help clients move more directly into transforming their relationship with difficult thoughts, emotions, and body sensations. You’ll discover:
Richard Sears, PsyD, ABPP, is a clinical psychologist and director of the Center for Clinical Mindfulness. He’s author of over a dozen books, including Mindfulness: Living through Challenges and Enriching your Life in this Moment.
Note: This is workshop is live.