Learn how to eliminate patterns of stress, reactivity, and anxiety in your life. In this class, open to all experience levels, we will learn about the theory and practice of mindfulness techniques from a variety of traditions, including Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR), Buddhism, and therapeutic models. This class is for those particularly interested in going beyond themes of soothing, coping, or relaxation, to establish deeper and more authentic change in their lives. The class will be a mix of instruction, discussion, and in-class exercises and practices.
Nick Doolittle has been practicing psychotherapy since 2006. His clients have come from a wide variety of cultural backgrounds, ranging in age from five to over one-hundred years old. In 2006, he began providing meditation instruction to beginners in a therapeutic setting. Since then, he has led retreats, groups, and workshops oriented towards newcomers to meditation and mindfulness practice. In 2010 he published an introductory guide to meditation. He has taught classes on mindfulness and hospice care through the Institute for Mindfulness and Psychotherapy. For more information or to register email Nick at firstname.lastname@example.org.