A 4 week Live
Healing Estrangement through
the Science of Mindfulness
Having your adult children cut off contact with you is a profoundly wounding event.
Mindfulness, a training in attention and awareness, has recently shown significant promise as a way of healing trauma.
Studies at major academic institutions are documenting the therapeutic benefits of this training for the treatment of stress, depression and anxiety.
In this brief program of 4 weekly live webinars, we will introduce practical skills to help participants reduce the stress and trauma of estrangement.
Through guided meditation, brief lecture, and group discussion, members will learn practical strategies to combat negative thinking, build resilience and enhance happiness.
August 8th,15th, 22nd and 29th
4:00 – 5:15 pm Pacific Standard Time
Cost: $139 for the series of 4 sessions
Early Bird Registration Special: $119 until August 1st
Joshua Coleman, M.D.
Dr. Coleman is a psychologist in private practice in Oakland, Ca. and Senior Fellow with the Council on Contemporary Families.
He wrote one of the first books on parental estrangement, When Parents Hurt, and is a featured guest on television networks and in major news publications.
Over 13,000 estranged parents have registered for his weekly webinar series which teaches strategies for healing the wounds of estrangement.
He has also lectured on family relationships at Harvard University, Cornell, and UC Berkeley and is the author of four books on family relations.
Mark Levine, M.D.
He completed his residency in psychiatry at California Pacific Medical Center in 1981 and received his MBA in 1999 from the University of Michigan.
For more than thirty years, Dr. Levine has worked in both clinical and corporate settings teaching people how to reduce stress and enhance well-being. As a physician consultant to researchers from Harvard University, Dr. Levine is studying the benefits of mindfulness training for reducing stress and enhancing happiness.
Call us for more information 855-500-6463