About The Course

Date: July 1st, 2022

Location : Remotely Via Zoom (A Zoom Link will be posted in our curriculum *access to view will be given once enrolled)

Time: 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM PST

Course Description: If you want to further expand your ability to bring mindfulness into your clients’ lives and treatment, this is the training for you!

Continuing from the “You Can Enliven Mindfulness for You and Your Clients!” we will explore additional metaphors for illuminating mindfulness practice, along with additional mindfulness techniques to keep things fresh for both you and those you help

We’ll reach more deeply into both mindfulness traditions and the scientific research, with an emphasis on the importance of decolonizing our mindfulness practice.

This training offers an additional supplement for therapists who work with CBT, ACT, DBT, and somatic psychotherapies.

Participants Will be able to:

  • Learn, use, and teach 3 more mindfulness techniques and approaches that are just plain different.
  • Learn 3 additional metaphors for effective mindfulness instruction.
  • Identify 3 ways to decolonize your understanding and application of mindfulness.

Course is closed

Meet The Presenter

Henry is Australian immigrant and a child of immigrants. They identify as non-binary and are evolving toward a femme identity. Henry fiercely values race, gender, sexual, ability, and class justice; therapy is a political act.

Henry moved to the United States in 2011. Since then, they’ve worked in inpatient substance use treatment, inpatient mental health, partial hospital/intensive outpatient mental health, and multidisciplinary pain treatment. Cherishing the many moments of suffering, exploration, clarity, and empowerment that clients and patients have shared with them.

Henry holds a master’s degree in social work from PSU, a BA (philosophy and psychology double major) from the University of Sydney, and a jumble of post-graduate diplomas in psychotherapy and psychology. Henry is a certified TRE provider and a board member of the Oregon Society of Clinical Hypnosis.