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TRAUMA, SUFFERING & MINDFULNESS - John Briere, Ph.D.

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Uploaded on Dec 14, 2009

*Footage from Awakening To Mindfulness - Seattle, Oct 2009 presented by FACES Conferences.

This presentation provides an overview of the Buddhist notion of pain versus suffering as it applies to trauma and trauma therapy. Mindfulness as a "third way" for trauma resolution will be introduced, along with existential awareness regarding attachment & impermanence. The parallels between mindfulness-based and cognitive-behavioral therapies will be briefly discussed.

For more information about Mindfulness Conferences or DVDs visit http://www.facesconferences.com.

Speaker: John Briere, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Psychiatry & Psychology, Keck School of Medicine, University of Southern California
Director, The Psychological Trauma Program at LAC-USC Medical Center
Author or Co-author 10 books, including Principles of Trauma Therapy

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