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Cognitively Based Comapassion Training

Classes & Lectures#Wellness#Meditation
Lisa Dupont MS

About Cognitively Based Comapassion Training

Want to learn a method that can help melt barriers
to connecting deeper with yourself and others?
CBCT® is a secular ethics training developed at Emory University by Geshe Lobsang Tenzin Negi, PhD with input from multiple disciplines and taught in medical & educational institutions­—anyone can learn this practice.
CBCT®, with roots in buddhism, has interfaced eastern meditation with neuroscience and psychology. It first couples self-nurturance with focused attention meditations, and then adds progressive contemplative exercises that help one gain insight/awareness of how one’s attitudes and behaviors either support or hinder a compassionate response toward life’s ups and downs.
Research shows multiple biomarker and social benefits including increased personal resilience, improved satisfaction, plus a greater capacity for tenderness toward self and others.

Pre-Registration Required
Information: email [email protected]
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CEUs Available
20 Contact/Credit hours or 2.0 ($50 processing fee)
Location: Wisdom Center, 740 Front St. #155. Santa Cruz (behind Mobo Sushi)
For more information, contact [email protected]
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