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CBCT® Compassion Training for Clinicians and Healthcare Providers


  • Atlanta Center for Wellness 6100 Lake Forrest Drive Sandy Springs, GA, 30328 United States (map)
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Compassion Training for Healthcare Providers

CBCT® (Cognitively-Based Compassion Training) for Therapists, Doctors, Nurses, Social Workers, and other Healthcare Providers

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CBCT® has helped many healthcare providers to gain increased resilience to stress and to cultivate a more sustainable sense of compassion for oneself and for others.

CBCT® is a structured sequence of analytical meditation exercises designed to strengthen mental stability, deepen awareness and understanding of thoughts and emotions, and support the growth of our inherent capacity to care for others. The aim of the practices is to generate and sustain a robust, inclusive, and warm-hearted responsiveness, while protecting from the side effects of empathetic distress, burnout, and vicarious or secondary trauma that are common for healthcare professionals. Previous meditation experience is not required to take this training.

Instructor:

Jennifer Finch, M.A., LPC, NCC, CMI, CBCT®, SE Level I

Read Jennifer’s full bio here.

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Jennifer Finch, Founder and Director of Be Here Now Mindfulness, LLC has been a psychotherapist and longtime meditator for 20+ years. I specialize in Somatic Experiencing™ and contemplative sciences to help individuals who are struggling to manage Complex Trauma or Chronic Unpredictable Stress. I also provide educational trainings and lectures on the Treatment of Trauma and supports for those who work in the clinical field, or for those who work collaboratively with clinicians, such as those in Family Law, Social Services or Emergency Services. In addition, I am a public speaker on compassion, mindfulness meditation, and polyvagal theory, and create workshops within these topics for adults, teens and children.

Date:

June 21-23, 2019

Time:

Friday (9:00am to 6:00pm)

Saturday (9:00am to 6:00pm)

Sunday (9:00am to 4:00pm)

**Light snacks, coffee, tea and water will be provided. A one hour lunch off campus will be from 12:00p-1:00p daily.

Location:

Atlanta Center for Wellness

6100 Lake Forrest Dr. Suite 450

Sandy, Springs, GA 30328

Registration Cost:

Early Bird rate through Friday, May 31st: $350

June 1 through course start: $400

20 CE Core Credits

available for Nurses, Social Workers, Psychologist, Doctors and Other Healthcare Providers

for $50 additional cost paid to Emory University

50% of for AC4W and CHOA staff

Contact for details.

Contact:

jencfinch@gmail.com | 678-428-2730

Will You Be Coming From Out of Town?

If you would like to read more about the program and watch a short video message from the Founder of CBCT® Dr. Negi, please click here. 

Full Blog Post and Course Details

If you would like to visit the website for The Center for Contemplative Science and Compassion- Based Ethics to review the history and on-going research with this program, please click here. 

Link to Research 

**More dates for Fall and Winter of 2019 TBD

Earlier Event: May 3
Individual Counseling & Therapy
Later Event: December 1
Meditation Coaching for Clinicians