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Who is the Institute for Meditation and Psychotherapy?

We are a non-profit organization dedicated to the education, training and support of mental health professionals in integrating mindfulness, meditation and psychotherapy.

The vision of the Institute for Meditation and Psychotherapy (IMP) is practice-based, and all teaching faculty have extensive personal and professional experience in the practice of mindfulness meditation or other mindfulness practices. Most educational programs offer CE credit for healthcare professionals. We also offer psychological consultation for meditation centers, clinical supervision, psychotherapy referrals, and networking opportunities for interested clinicians.

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How Mindfulness and Psychotherapy Can Work Together

on Tue, 02/07/2017 - 17:25

How a Combination of Mindfulness and Psychotherapy Can Help You Heal

 

Thirty years ago, introducing meditation practices during psychotherapy may have raised some eyebrows. But more recently, people are starting to view the integration of mindfulness and psychotherapy in a different way, and are seeing positive results when the two approaches are used in conjunction.

 

These days, meditation is used frequently as a tool in therapy, and there are a growing number of practitioners who are cross-trained in both modalities (including yours truly!)

During a 2007 survey of 2,600 therapists,

Cushion and Couch is IMP's quarterly e-journal, featuring articles, interviews, and book reviews written by and for members of the community.
If you are interested in contributing, or just want to give feedback, please send us an e-mail.

Current issue:

In this issue:
  • 'IMP@20: A Round Table Retrospective' by Timothy Little
  • 'Why We Walk' by Douglas Baker
  • Book Review: 'Untangling Self' by Delia Kostner
  • 'Mindfulness for All: A Personal Reflection' by Meghan Searl
  • 'Andrew Olendzki: Integrating Dharma and Untangling Self' by Brett Dixon
 

Past issues:

2016:

Summer 2016 Fall 2016

 

 

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