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Using Mindfulness in Your Practice

...And How to Get Skeptical Clients to Give It a Try

Lorne Ladner • 8/25/2017

By Lorne Ladner - Meditation has been clearly linked to decreased anxiety, improved immune function, better emotional regulation, enhanced empathy, increased feelings of happiness and contentment, decreased stress effects, and relapse prevention for depression. Given the strength of the research, recommending meditation as part of the treatment for anxiety or stress can be done as readily as recommending exercise.

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Copyright:
3/19/2013
Authors:
RICHARD SIMON, PH.D.
 
CHRISTOPHER K GERMER, PH.D
 
JAY LEBOW, PHD
 
LORNE LADNER, PHD
 
MARY SYKES WYLIE, PHD
 
MICHAEL VENTURA, PHD
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Bringing Mindfulness to Your Practice

When meditation helps . . . and when it doesn't

Lorne Ladner • 7/1/2005

Q: I'm interested in integrating meditation into my psychotherapy practice. What's the best way of doing this, and are there situations in which meditation can be


Magazine Article
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Copyright:
3/19/2013
Authors:
RICHARD SIMON, PH.D.
 
CHRISTOPHER K GERMER, PH.D
 
JAY LEBOW, PHD
 
LORNE LADNER, PHD
 
MARY SYKES WYLIE, PHD
 
MICHAEL VENTURA, PHD
Product:
NRC095566
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Using Mindfulness in Your Practice

...And How to Get Skeptical Clients to Give It a Try

Lorne Ladner • 8/25/2017

By Lorne Ladner - Meditation has been clearly linked to decreased anxiety, improved immune function, better emotional regulation, enhanced empathy, increased feelings of happiness and contentment, decreased stress effects, and relapse prevention for depression. Given the strength of the research, recommending meditation as part of the treatment for anxiety or stress can be done as readily as recommending exercise.

Daily Blog
Page 1 of 1

Bringing Mindfulness to Your Practice

When meditation helps . . . and when it doesn't

Lorne Ladner • 7/1/2005

Q: I'm interested in integrating meditation into my psychotherapy practice. What's the best way of doing this, and are there situations in which meditation can be


Magazine Article
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Lorne Ladner, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist in private practice in Northern Virginia. He teaches workshops and lectures on positive emotions and the integration of meditation and psychotherapy. He's the author of The Lost Art of Compassion: Discovering the Practice of Happiness in the Meeting of Buddhism & Psychology.