|Manual - 2-Day Intensive Mindfulness Training Course (3.31 MB)||107 Pages||Available after Purchase|
Terry Fralich, LCPC, is a co-founder of the Mindfulness Retreat Center of Maine and former Adjunct Faculty Member of the University of Southern Maine Graduate School. He has led more than 400 seminars, trainings and retreats at the Center, at Omega Institute, Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health, both nationally and internationally. His expertise consists of mindfulness, neuroscience, CBT, brain change, emotional intelligence, stress reduction, meditation and the treatment of anxiety and depression. He has been teaching transformative mindfulness skills and practices for 20 years and has pursued his own practice of mindfulness and meditation for 40 years.
Terry studied extensively with His Holiness the Dalai Lama for 25 years and with some of the American pioneers of mindfulness, including Jon Kabat-Zinn and John Welwood. His first book, Cultivating Lasting Happiness: A 7-Step Guide to Mindfulness, was cited as one of “the 12 essential books on mindfulness.” His second book, The Five Core Skills of Mindfulness: A Direct Path to More Confidence, Joy and Love, presents his clear and unique approach to mindfulness practice as a powerful force for healthy change in our everyday lives. Prior to becoming a mindfulness therapist, academic and author, Terry was an attorney who practiced law in New York City, Los Angeles and Portland, Maine.
Financial: Terry Fralich is in private practice. He receives a speaking honorarium from PESI, Inc.
Non-financial: Terry Fralich has no relevant non-financial relationship to disclose.
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MASTER THE CORE SKILLS OF MINDFULNESS
Experiential exercise: self-regulation techniques
Strengthening Therapeutic Presence
Five Core Skills of Mindfulness
Experiential exercise: stability of attention and awareness
Neuroscience and Mindfulness
Experiential exercise: cultivate an inner refuge
TRAUMA, ANXIETY, DEPRESSION, RELATIONSHIPS, ANGER, STRESS AND SEX
Mindfulness for Trauma
Experiential exercise: positive visualization
Mindfulness for Anxiety
Experiential exercise: self-regulation practices for anxiety
Mindfulness for Depression
Experiential exercise: develop behavioural plans with the client
Mindfulness for Relationships
Experiential exercise: cultivate positive experiences/exchanges
Mindfulness for Anger
Experiential exercise: rehearsal of the Stop-Breathe-Reflect-Choose practice
Mindfulness for Stress
Experiential exercise: strengthen awareness of stress response, shifting to relaxation response
Mindfulness for Sex
Experiential exercise: path to enjoying our work more meditation practice
Research, Limitations and the Potential Risks of Mindfulness in Treatment
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