Ties that Bind/Ties that Free: A Cross-Cultural Conversation between Buddhism and Modern Psychotherapy on Attachment, Mindfulness, and Self-Reflection (Mentalizing)
Harvey B. Aronson, Houston
Modern psychotherapy, in the space of my adult life-time, has gone from neither an accurate nor a useful understanding of Buddhist practice to wholesale adoption of “mindfulness” practice in the service of a host of legitimate therapeutic aims. Using Richard Shweder’s frame for crosscultural reflection, I will be looking at traditional Buddhist writings on maternal love and attachment, and contrast these with some modern research-based reflections on the child-mother attachment system—in particular its bidirectionality. Buddhist theory finds "attachment" (clinging/grasping) problematic, traditional Buddhist culture enshrines the loving connection
between a mother and her child and identifies it as love (metta). Western psychotherapy finds this loving connection an essential element of mental health, and calls it "attachment." I will explore and sort out to the extent possible, the diverse uses of "attachment" in both Buddhist translations and psychological literature. I will use these observations as a jumping-off point for briefly considering the traditional individualistic moral/spiritual and soteriological orientation of mindfulness practice, and contrast this with how "mindfulness" practice is currently being integrated into relational psychotherapy as a source for a sense of inner security, and as a basis for significantly enhancing our relational capacity. Overall, I see a remarkable trajectory of cultural importation, with "mindfulness" practice as now embodied in the West being an amazingly telling revelation of our cultural values. Psychotherapeutically, this practice is a behavioral tool with very valuable qualitative outcomes—a practice with roots going back twenty-five hundred years and whose flower, albeit a hybrid, is yet of benefit today.# vimeo.com/75215536 Uploaded 122 Plays 0 Likes 0 Comments
Brainwave Entrainment: The Powers of Delta Activity, hygiene, and likewise applicable consuming practices are typically identified to be essentially the most needed options of healthiness, yet the physique solely serves to relocate blood, oxygen, and in addition power to the mind. When your body is effectively sustained, it stands to rationalization that your mind ought to even be feeling in prime functioning order, however this typically isn’t the situation. The Globe Health Organization understood that health was a full spectrum of variables when it gave its definition of the word in 1948, “Wellness is a state of thorough bodily, mental, and likewise social nicely-being in addition to not solely the absence of sickness or infirmity.”
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Within the very early days we believed anything it took to make an individual wholesome and balanced is likely to be specified throughout the worlds of physics, chemistry, and also the sphere of biology. What we quickly found, nonetheless, was that there were quite a few different realms past the onerous scientific disciplines that served simply as essential an element, if not much more so. How can one be healthy and balanced if not enabled the right mindset demanded to be wholesome? Exactly how can a wholesome and balanced person exist in an undesirable environment? Provided the fundamental emotional pathology of numerous atmospheres, it’s clear to acknowledge why health and wellness is such an element, and likewise why it’s so created by tension. It’s time to take again your wellness. It’s your body, offer it simply what it wants… Brainwave Entrainment! You require the correct angle, and we've merely the present for you!
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Just how sometimes do you end up looking on the clock and also understanding you’re nonetheless not sleeping? Even if you do have close to to relaxation, precisely how do you perceive in case you’re really having the suitable kind of rest? If you happen to’re not having into the Delta frequency, your physique won’t know the distinction between an evening of lousy rest in addition to an evening of remaining up having fun with late night time time television. Our show assurances Delta brainwave patterns, enabling your physique to fix itself and keep healthy.
Is your companion pitching and turning? Do they flail concerning sustaining you each up at evening time? It’s not their fault, their thoughts has truly simply failed to recollect methods to let go! Acquire them a replica of our show and so they’ll thanks, although a reasonable night time’s relaxation is undoubtedly thanks enough! Our present is a incredible resource for good friends, coworkers, also staff members who you want to ensure are in leading shape.# vimeo.com/58347437 Uploaded 16 Plays 0 Likes 0 Comments
Medical School Clinical Psychology Internship Program discuss the role of interdisciplinary training in creating a workforce equipped to provided integrated care within patient centered medical homes.
Barbara Ann Cubic, Ph.D. is an Associate Professor at Eastern Virginia Medical School (EVMS) with joint appointments in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences and the Department of Family and Community Medicine. She serves as the Co-Director of the EVMS Clinical Psychology Internship Program, Director of the EVMS Student Mental Health Program and Director of the EVMS Center for Cognitive Therapy. She is a Certified Cognitive Therapist and Founding Fellow of the Academy of Cognitive Therapy and her clinical and research interests are in cognitive behavioral therapy, eating disorders, psychological aspects of bariatric surgery, and primary care psychology. She has been awarded multiple state and national funding grants. In 2002, she wrote one of the first funded HRSA Graduate Psychology Education grants and in 2007 received her second HRSA Graduate Psychology Education grant focused on training psychologists and primary care physicians to provide integrated care. In the last two years she has also received two substantial grants from the State of Virginia for Workforce Development. She also serves as the editor of the Journal of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings. In 2010 she was awarded the Cummings PSYCHE Prize by the American Psychological Foundations for her work in Integrated Care.# vimeo.com/33185297 Uploaded 475 Plays 0 Likes 0 Comments
This webinar will present an overview of integrative medicine for mental health. A review of current research supporting the relationship between nutritional deficiencies and depression will be presented in addition to clinical cases. The current treatment model in psychiatry relies solely upon symptom-based recommendations for medication with little consideration for the biochemical individuality or the underlying biological mechanisms that may be contributing or causing symptoms. The current practice of medication selection is essentially a sophisticated trial-and-error guessing game. Even more concerning is research supporting the fact that medications are barely more effective than placebos in treating mild to moderate depression. The goal of the webinar is to help clinicians the underlying metabolic imbalances that may be related to the development of mood and anxiety disorders.
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3BLMedia/ Corporate Social Responsibility/ Health - On Friday, June 14, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the GE Foundation, and the University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center will announce a new national institute focused on replicating Project ECHO and the launch of an innovative mental health clinic that could serve as a model for expanding access to behavioral health care across the country.
In addition, a panel of prominent experts will discuss how new care models such as Project ECHO can help meet the growing need for mental health and substance abuse treatment that is integrated and coordinated at the primary care level.
Friday, June 14, 10 am to 11:30 am
Newseum, Knight Conference Center – 8th Floor
555 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Dr. Nancy Snyderman, Chief Medical Editor, NBC News
Dr. John R. Lumpkin, Senior Vice President and Director, Health Care Group, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
Robert Corcoran, President, GE Foundation
Dr. Sanjeev Arora, Founder of Project ECHO, University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center, Albuquerque
Dr. Donald Weaver, Chief Medical Officer, National Association of Community Health Centers
Dr. H. Westley Clark, Director, Center for Substance Abuse Treatment, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
Dr. Coleen Kivlahan, Senior Director, Health Care Affairs, Association of American Medical Colleges
Dr. Michael Hogan, Former New York State Commissioner of Mental Health (2007-2012)
Dr. Richard Larson, Executive Vice Chancellor and Vice Chancellor for Research, University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center
Project ECHO (Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes) is a groundbreaking approach to expanding specialty care access that started in New Mexico for hepatitis C treatment. It has now moved far beyond New Mexico and addresses a number of chronic diseases.
At the June 14 event, participants will address these questions:
How does the ECHO model expand treatment capacity?
What are the benefits to patients?
Why is it important to integrate mental health and substance abuse treatment with primary care?
What is the potential for ECHO to improve access to mental health and substance abuse treatment?
How can ECHO be adapted to expand access to other types of care?# vimeo.com/68215806 Uploaded