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Digital Seminar

Meditation Teaching Methodology, Review

Miles Neale, PsyD |  Emily J Wolf, PhD
2 Hours 43 Minutes
Audio and Video
Jan 14, 2016
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This training provides practical considerations and recommendations for professionals desiring to integrate mindfulness meditation into their clinical work. What makes a client suitable, what makes a therapist prepared and competent to teach, and what are some considerations for incorporating a meditation technique within the clinical session?


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Miles Neale, PsyD's Profile

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Miles Neale, PsyD, is among the leading voices of the current generation of Buddhist teachers and a forerunner in the emerging field of contemplative psychotherapy. He is Assistant Director of Nalanda Institute for Contemplative Science where he develops and teaches programs based on Indo-Tibetan Buddhism, meditation, neuroscience, and psychotherapy. Dr. Neale is also Buddhist psychotherapist in private practice where he sees meditators, yogis and those interested in well-being and spiritual development without spiritual bypassing and Instructor of Psychology at Weill Cornell Medical Center where he where he teaches and researches the clinical applications and health benefits of meditation.

Emily J Wolf, PhD's Profile

Emily J Wolf, PhD Related seminars and products

Emily J. Wolf, PhD, is a counseling psychologist in private practice integrating contemplative methods of Indian yoga and meditation into Western psychodynamic therapy, recovery, and health psychology. She also is the Director of Nalanda Institute’s Contemplative Psychotherapy Program, deeply invested in training care providers in the healing modalities of Buddhist traditions. Dr. Wolf received her BA in Eastern Religion from Columbia College, PhD in Counseling Psychology from Fordham University, and has studied under Tibetan Buddhist and Hatha Yoga/Ashtanga yoga masters both in the United States and Asia for over a decade. She is co-editor and contributing author of Advances in Contemplative Psychotherapy: Accelerating Healing and Transformation (2017).

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  1. Summarize the characteristics that make clients appropriate for mindfulness instruction in clinical setting
  2. Summarize the characteristics that make therapists competent to teach meditation in clinical setting
  3. Articulate the clinical indications for how to incorporate mindfulness meditation within a therapeutic setting.


  • Characteristics that define a suitable client and competent therapist for mindfulness instruction
  • How to incorporate mindfulness meditation into a clinical session

Target Audience

Counselors, Social Workers, Psychotherapists, Case Managers Marriage & Family Therapists, Nurses, Addiction Counselors, Mental Health Professionals, Occupational Therapists & Occupational Therapy Assistants


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