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Mindfulness-Based Transpersonal Counseling Capstone Presentations

Nalanda 9248 // 9:00 am–6:00 pm

Zoom Link: https://naropa.zoom.us/j/96817926830

9:00am – Jeremy Mason: Mother Nature: Potentiality Through the Lens of Attachment Theory

9:30am – Tate Ankenbrandt: Bridging Clinical and Transpersonal Education in Psychedelic-Assisted Therapy: Ethically informed Training for Clinicians without Transpersonal Perspectives

10:00am – Kris Horvath: Exploring the Therapeutic Potential of Yoga in the Management of Epilepsy

10:30am – Dean Gestal: Assessing Readiness in Psychedelic Assisted Therapy

11:00am – Carlie Dillon: The Dark Side of Spirituality: Cults and Religious Trauma

11:30am – 12:30pm – BREAK

1:00pm – Camilla Bradley: The Impact of Mental Health Counseling on Autoimmunity

1:30pm – Sarah Pepe: Redefining Borderline: A Fresh Look at BPD and its Stigma

2:00pm –

2:30pm – Efsun Elci: Self-Leadership for Healing-Integration of IFS and EMDR

3:00pm – Carolina Campos: Empowering Stepfamilies: A Transpersonal Approach to Supporting Stepmothers in Mental Health Counseling

3:30pm – Michael Wood: Diamond Inquiry: Psychospiritual Practice for Self-Discovery and Healing

4:00pm – Nick Walker: The Dangers of Spiritual Materialism in Transpersonal Therapy

4:30pm – Allison Gonyar: The difference between Neurodivergence and CPTSD: Inferences on How to Diagnose and Use Somatic Techniques


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  • May 10, 2024 @ 9:00 am



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