NEW Class for Mindfulness Graduates!
Interpersonal Mindfulness: Cultivating Presence in Relationship
The things that matter the most in our lives are not fantastic or grand. They are the moments when we touch one another. --Jack Kornfield
Mondays, 6:00pm -8:30pm, October 15-November 19, 2012
Location: Room 500, Tate-Turner-Kuralt Bldg (UNC School of Social Work)
Additional Practice: 9:30am-4:00pm, November 10, 2012. Consists of a daylong practice of Insight Dialogue meeting
*Those who participate in the associated research study will receive a $25 discount on registration fee and a $25 gift card upon completion of the study.
This class will focus on cultivating mindfulness in relationships. For the first time at UNC, Dr. Phyllis Hicks* will be offering a class in Interpersonal Mindfulness based on Insight Dialogue.
- To deepen the practice of mindfulness meditation.
- To recognize the habitual ways in which one responds to stress and anxiety in communication situations.
- To learn guidelines for listening to oneself and others more deeply
- To cultivate a wholesome state of mind and to release unwholesome mind states and actions.
For more information, call 919-966-8586 or email to email@example.com.
*Dr. Phyllis Hicks, a licensed psychotherapist, co-directs the Pastoral Care and Counseling Institute in Durham and offers psychotherapy and clinical training, as well as teaches Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction. She is a senior teacher of Insight Dialogue and faculty for the Metta Foundation's Relational Meditation Program. She teaches worldwide. With 25 years of clinical practice, she has a deep understanding of human condition and skillfully invites the arising of wisdom.
All graduate mindfulness courses are offered to those who have completed an 8-week basic or foundation mindfulness course. All graduate courses meet once a week for 4 weeks, and class time ranges from 2-2.5 hours. There is no required orientation session for the graduate courses. Any necessary class materials or handouts will be provided and outside readings may be strongly recommended. Click here to view a list of graduate courses that may be offered in the near future!
Questions? Phone 919-966-8586 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.