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CMBT’s Regina Flanigan Accepted into 2-year Mindfulness Meditation Teaching Program

CMBT’s Regina Flanigan Accepted into 2-year Mindfulness Meditation Teaching Program Regina Flanigan, therapist at the Center for Mind-Body Therapies, has been accepted into The Mindfulness Meditation Teacher Certification Program offered by Tara Brach and Jack Kornfield. Regina began the program in May 2017 and is headed to Santa Cruz, California for another in-person retreat at 1440 Multiversity [...]

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Bringing Awareness, Compassion and Wisdom to Everyday Life: This Fall 2017

Bringing Awareness, Compassion and Wisdom to Everyday Life: This Fall 2017 Join therapist and co-founder of the Center for Mind-Body Therapies, Regina Flanigan, LCPC, for this 10-week contemplative group that blends mindfulness practices and contemporary psychology Read below for details and contact information. (Click the flyer to zoom in.)  

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Bringing Awareness, Compassion and Wisdom to Everyday Life: This February 2017

Bringing Awareness, Compassion and Wisdom to Everyday Life: This February 2017 Join therapist and co-founder of the Center for Mind Body Therapies, Regina Flanigan, LCPC, for this 9-week therapy and deepening practice group. Limited to 8 people, this confidential, closed group allows you to work with others who are drawn to living more fully from [...]

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Transforming Your Life Through Awareness, Compassion and Connection: This Fall 2016

Transforming Your Life Through Awareness, Compassion and Connection: This Fall 2016 Join therapist and co-founder of the Center for Mind Body Therapies, Regina Flanigan, LCPC for this 8-week therapy and deepening practice group. Limited to 9 people, this confidential, closed group allows you to work with others who are drawn to living more fully from awareness, [...]

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Wednesday Evening Mindfulness Meditation Classes with Adam Silcott

Join meditation coach and mentor Adam Silcott, as he continues to hold ongoing Mindfulness Meditation Classes.  Adam guides the class through Vipassana style meditation – a practice that improves concentration levels and helps to calm and steady the mind. Read below for details and contact information. (Click the flyer to zoom in.)  

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Transforming Your Life Through Awareness & Compassion: A 9-week Group

Join Regina Flanigan, LCPC, this February 2016 (start date flexible) as she leads a 9-week therapy and practice group that combines psychology, mindful awareness, contemplate wisdom, and new brain science. Read below for details and contact information. (Click the flyer to zoom in.)

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CMBT’s Naturopathic Doctor Suggests Nanny Meal: A Low-Allergenic, Nutritious Goat’s Milk for Kids

CMBT’s Naturopathic Doctor Suggests Nanny Meal: Low-Allergenic, Nutritious Goat’s Milk for Kids by Donna Acree, N.D. I grew up in the 70’s, pre-computer days. Also, the days of milk and bread. At the age of 12, I started having stomach pains and bloating. Mornings were always better, but at night, I often had what appeared [...]

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Couples Therapy: An Emotionally Focused Approach

Couples Therapy: An Emotionally Focused Approach by Laurie McNeil, LCSW-C   Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) for Couples  All loving couples begin their relationships with the intention of creating a happy and fulfilling life together. It’s disheartening, to say the least, when they get caught in unsatisfying, repetitive attempts at connection that become destructive to the relationship, making it [...]

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Delving into Winter’s Earth Element: Water

Delving into Winter’s Earth Element: Water by Courtney Luck, M.Ac, L.Ac Winter has arrived.  You can tell by the change in the air.  Not only has the temperature dropped, but there is a heavy, quiet stillness that can be sensed.  In Chinese medicine, the winter season is associated with the element of Water.  Observing nature is such [...]

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Being Gentle with Yourself through the Holidays (and Always)

Being Gentle with Yourself through the Holidays (and Always) by Sarah Wirth, LCPC “Be gentle with yourself.” This is a phrase I use with my clients so often, and around the holidays it seems to be a necessary reminder for all of us. Perhaps it’s being gentle with the expectations you place on yourself to get it all [...]

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