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Mindfulness and Compassion for Clients and Clinicians
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2/1/2017
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RONALD D SIEGEL, PSY.D.
 
CHRISTOPHER WILLARD, PSY.D.
 
MITCH R ABBLETT, PH.D.
 
CHRISTOPHER K GERMER, PH.D
 
SUSAN M. POLLAK, MTS, ED.D.
 
SUSAN MORGAN
 
TOM PEDULLA
 
JANET SURREY, PH.D.
 
BILL MORGAN
 
PAUL R. FULTON
 
CHARLES W. STYRON, PSY.D.
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Mindfulness Practices for the Skeptical Client

Four Strategies for Helping Therapy Clients Embrace Mindfulness

Susan Pollak • 5/8/2015

Clinicians often make a variety of mistakes while trying to introduce mindfulness, and in my 30 years of trying to figure it out, I’ve made all of them. So let me share some of my bloopers with you in the hopes that you can avoid them. After all, meditation teachers often say, “This practice is simple, but it isn’t easy.” Perhaps the best piece of advice for helping people stay with mindfulness is to have them find something enjoyable in the practice. And above all, do your best to make sure that the practice fits the patient.

Daily Blog

In Consultation

Seven Myths about Meditation: A one-size approach doesn’t fit all

Susan Pollak • 3/1/2015

Seven myths about meditation for clinicians to ponder.

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Mindfulness and Compassion for Clients and Clinicians
Copyright:
2/1/2017
Authors:
RONALD D SIEGEL, PSY.D.
 
CHRISTOPHER WILLARD, PSY.D.
 
MITCH R ABBLETT, PH.D.
 
CHRISTOPHER K GERMER, PH.D
 
SUSAN M. POLLAK, MTS, ED.D.
 
SUSAN MORGAN
 
TOM PEDULLA
 
JANET SURREY, PH.D.
 
BILL MORGAN
 
PAUL R. FULTON
 
CHARLES W. STYRON, PSY.D.
Product:
CRS001154
Type:
$599.99 USD     $399.99
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Mindfulness Practices for the Skeptical Client

Four Strategies for Helping Therapy Clients Embrace Mindfulness

Susan Pollak • 5/8/2015

Clinicians often make a variety of mistakes while trying to introduce mindfulness, and in my 30 years of trying to figure it out, I’ve made all of them. So let me share some of my bloopers with you in the hopes that you can avoid them. After all, meditation teachers often say, “This practice is simple, but it isn’t easy.” Perhaps the best piece of advice for helping people stay with mindfulness is to have them find something enjoyable in the practice. And above all, do your best to make sure that the practice fits the patient.

Daily Blog
Page 1 of 1

In Consultation

Seven Myths about Meditation: A one-size approach doesn’t fit all

Susan Pollak • 3/1/2015

Seven myths about meditation for clinicians to ponder.

Magazine Article
Page 1 of 1
Susan M. Pollak, MTS, Ed.D, is a faculty member in psychology at Harvard Medical School, Cambridge Health Alliance, where she has taught and supervised since the mid 1990s. She is the president of the Institute of Meditation and Psychotherapy, a founding member and senior advisor of Center for Mindfulness and Compassion, a psychologist in private clinical practice in Cambridge, Massachusetts and a Certified Teacher of the MSC program. Dr. Pollak co-taught Mindful Self-Compassion during its early development and she is co-author of Sitting Together: Essential Skills for Mindfulness-Based Psychotherapy www.sittingtogether.com/authors.php, a contributing editor of Mindfulness and Psychotherapy, 2nd edition. Her blog about Mindfulness and Compassion at Psychology Today is called “The Art of Now”.