Buddhist Psychology

Where University Commons, 211-212, 2nd floor

Duration 1 hour

Russell James Pyle ’03, psychotherapist and PhD student in counselor education at the University of New Mexico, will present on Buddhist psychology.

From Russell: With the rise of the mindfulness movement in psychotherapy, there has been a renewed interest in the wisdom psychology of Buddhism. Buddhist principles can be beneficial to the process of healing for patients with a variety of mental health symptoms. This presentation will identify those principles and subsequent interventions as well how they have been employed in my work with recently released ex-offenders.

Light snacks and hot drinks will be served.

Intended Audience General Public

Tags Center-for-Interfaith-Engagement, ACRS, COUNSELING, CJP, FORUM, Intellectual Life

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Name Center for Interfaith Engagement