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The Art and Science of Mindfulness and Counseling: A Revolution of the Heart

March 21-24, 2012
The Hilton Torrey Pines Resort in La Jolla, CA

Join the mindfulness movement and learn how to incorporate what you learn into your personal and professional life from mindfulness experts Dan Siegel, M.D., Rick Hanson, Ph.D., Shauna Shapiro, Ph.D, Dacher Keltner, Ph.D., and many others while earning up to 24 hours of CEs.

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Note: This is not a Greater Good Science event.

This event allows attendees to connect with a community of mindfulness experts, thought leaders and health professionals as they experience why this conference is called “A Revolution of the Heart”. Attendees can choose from a variety of keynote presentations and workshops, including:

-Mindfulness & Neural Integration in Psychotherapeutic Practice: The Power of Presence, Attunement & Resonance in the Healing Process
-Pairing Positive and Negative to Fill the Hole in the Heart
-There’s Nothing More Difficult than Another Person: Being Fully Present in Romantic Relationships
-Finding Freedom from Difficult Emotions: The Twelve Insights of the Four Noble Truths
-Born To Be Good: The New Science of Compassion & Happiness
and many more.

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