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Mindfulness and Attachment Workshop

An approach that involves Mindfulness and Attachment, such as the one offered at Counseling on Capitol Hill, offers us an opportunity to develop capacity and integration both internally and externally.
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Putting Mindfulness and Attachment to Work

At Renton Family Therapy, the perspectives of mindfulness and attachment are highlighted. I frequently go back to understandings that come from mindfulness and attachment research for a few [..]

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Practices for Self Healing

If you’ve ever had something like a chronic health challenge, you’ve probably tried all sorts of strange healing modalities. This is my experience of having Rheumatoid Arthritis. For [..]

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Mindfulness and Attachment Class #7

This is one of the central pieces that I hope has emanated from the curriculum and experience of this nine week class: our being is a sensitive and multidimensional receiver. We are receiving feedback from our body, emotions, thoughts, smell, memories, images, sensations, etc. all the time. Generally all frequencies except thought are tuned out, but in the space of mindfulness we allow for less heard voices to speak up. We wait with curiousity to see what arises, and this is one of the best things we can do for ourselves, allowing for the possibility that what is happening in our system is intelligent and suited to who we are and who we would like to be.
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Occupying Here- Mindfulness Based Therapy and Today’s World

Here is an article I wrote for Goodtherapy.com’s Mindfulness Based Approaches Expert section: Occupying Here: How Mindfulness Based Therapy and Practice Perfectly Suits Our Changing Times For a [..]

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Mindfulness and Relationships Class #5 Recap

In attempting to understand family systems, it is often helpful to draw a genogram or family tree and note the important information about different family members and their relationships with each other. Read more »

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Mindfulness and Attachment Class #4 Recap

it was great to get a collective sense that this small group of people was moving closer to the experiential reality of Natural and Mindfulness, something that is very difficult to explain but wonderful to experience. Read more »

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Happiness Initiative Mindfulness and Attachment Class #3

The third class in this series was great, thanks to engaged discussion, open sharing, and a couple new practices. We began the class with the introduction of the [..]

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Mindfulness and Attachment Class #2: Body Awareness

This week we began by reviewing the happiness survey, which is coming online in it’s new form soon. We discussed how the survey was intended to be used, [..]

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Mindfulness and Attachment Class #1

Welcome to the recap and virtual follow along for 9 Weeks Toward Happiness, sponsored by Sustainable Seattle’s Happiness Initiative and Counseling on Capitol Hill.

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