Engaged and compassionate mind body clinical services to effectively manage stress, relationships, trauma, pain and insomnia
Ed Glauser, M.Ed,
Owner & Clinician
Mind Body Medicine Network, LLC
Webinar Recording - "Mindfulness for Health, Healing, and Mind-Body Integration" with Larry Cammarata, Ph.D. Learn how to apply the skills of mindfulness and mindfulness meditation to enhance personal and professional effectiveness. The benefits of mindfulness meditation include improved cardiovascular health, enhanced concentration, increased self-awareness, anxiety reduction, decreased stress and chronic pain, and improved sleep. Larry Cammarata, Ph.D. is a clinical psychologist practicing in Asheville, North Carolina who specializes in mindfulness-oriented psychotherapy and education. He is a Lead Faculty Area Chair of Psychology for the University of Phoenix. Larry is a regular speaker for FACES Conferences, an organization that brings together leaders and experts in mindfulness and psychology. He is a published author who was designated as an "Author-Expert" by IDEA for his writing, teaching, and practice in the field of mind-body health, fitness, and wellness. Along with Jack Kornfield, Dan Siegel, Marsha Linehan, and other leaders in the field of mindfulness-oriented psychology, Larry co-authored a book entitled, "A Year of Living Mindfully: 52 Quotes & Weekly Mindfulness Practices". Larry is an instructor of the Chinese martial and healing arts of Tai Chi Chuan and Qigong. He has authored a DVD entitled, “Qigong for Health and Vitality: The Eight Pieces of Brocade.” He has presented his work on mindful movement at Investigating and Integrating Mindfulness in Medicine, Health Care, and Society, an annual international scientific conference hosted by the Center for Mindfulness at the University of Massachusetts Medical School. He can be contacted via his website at www.Mind-BodyWellness.org..Cost of webinar recording including 1.5 CE's is $30.
Webinar Recording - "Integral Ethics for Health and Helping Professionals, " with Durwin Foster, M.A., Canadian Certified Counsellor and Researcher. Using Ken Wilber’s integral metatheory, this webinar offers you an innovative and comprehensive set of reflective tools for ethical-decision making. You will come to see how behavior, laws and ethics codes, personal morality and relational ethics all combine into a practical decision-making model with a clear process for navigating common ethical challenges facing health and helping professionals. Application of the model will be demonstrated with case studies. Participants are welcome to share any hypothetical ethics situations with Durwin during the live webinar for feedback and discussion. Durwin Foster is a counsellor, researcher and professional presenter with a strong background in mindfulness-based and integrally-informed approaches. Durwin worked with Ken Wilber, a pioneer of integral theory, in the development of applications of integral theory to counselling and psychotherapy. Durwin studied mindfulness in graduate school, recently being invited to an invitation-only conference with His Holiness the Dalai Lama on the topic of contemplative practices and health. With co-author Tim Black, PhD, Durwin published on integral ethics for counsellors in the American Counselling Association journal, Counselling and Values. Durwin has presented the integral ethical decision-making model at a national conference and to several professional development groups. Cost $30. 1.5 Ethics CE's for Psychologists, Licensed Professional Counselors, Marriage and Family Therapists and Social Workers.
FREE featured webinar recording! "Using Mindfulness and Acceptance-Based Approaches for Insomnia" with Jason Ong, Ph.D.
Mindfulness and acceptance-based approaches are rapidly emerging as ways to help cope with stress and improve sleep. This webinar consists of three components: 1) An overview of the theoretical underpinnings of mindfulness meditation, 2) Discussion of the application of mindfulness-based strategies for individuals with insomnia, and 3) A review of the empirical evidence on the use of mindfulness-based approaches in treating insomnia. Jason Ong, Ph.D. is a licensed clinical psychologist and Certified in Behavioral Sleep Medicine. He is currently an Assistant Professor of Behavioral Sciences and Director of the Behavioral Sleep Medicine Program at Rush University Medical Center. His research and clinical interests involve behavioral and non-drug treatments for insomnia and other sleep disorders. He has led an NIH-funded study to develop and test mindfulness-based therapy for insomnia (MBTI) and has published several papers on mindfulness and health.