What you'll learn
- Identify the three main components of meditation—concentration, mindfulness, and acceptance—and know when to apply each in clinical settings
- Discuss the mechanisms of action in meditation that appear to underlie positive therapeutic change, such as metacognitive awareness, emotion regulation, and self-compassion
- Articulate the empirical support for mindfulness, acceptance, and compassion-based treatments
- Evaluate new research findings on the neurobiological effects of meditation
- See course registration page for additional learning objectives
This is accredited, livestreamed course offered by Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center is part of the 32nd Annual Summer Seminar series.
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