COUNSELOR EDUCATION & FAMILY THERAPY

PROGRAMS

CONTACT INFORMATION

Department Chair
Dr. Connie Tait, Ph.D.
Email: TaitC@ccsu.edu

Department Secretary
Sarah P. Atkinson
Email: AtkinsonS@ccsu.edu
Phone: 860.832.2154
Fax: 860.832.2145

Location:
Barnard Hall, Room 221.000
Central Connecticut State University
1615 Stanley Street
New Britain, CT 06050

PROFESSIONAL LINKS

 

"Your vision will become clear, only when you look into your heart...

Who looks outside, dreams.  Who looks inside, awakens".~ Carl Jung.

 

  

SAVE THE DATE

 

 

CP Forum

Meditation/Reflection
Meetings

 

Sept. 28, 2013

Oct. 26, 2013

Nov. 23, 2013

Jan. 25/14

Feb.22/14

Mar.22/14

Apr.26/14

May.17/14

Jun. 28/14

 

All the above meetings will be in the Marcus White Living Room (2nd Floor) and will run from 9:30 am to 11:00 am.

 

Please click the link below to see campus map

 see: http://www.ccsu.edu/page.cfm?p=4191

 

 

From: The Center for the Contemplative Mind in Society

EVENTS AND PROGRAMS

Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction Course offered to the community at Holy Family Retreat Center in Farmington:

 

The Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Course, founded by Dr. Jon Kabat-Zinn in 1979. The eight-week Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Course teaches individuals how to access their innate resources and abilities to respond more effectively to stress, pain, an illness. The central focus of the Course is intensive training in mindfulness meditation and its integration into the challenges/adventures of everyday life.

 For more information and to register:

http://www.holyfamilyretreat.org/mbsr

 

 

When each of us learns to appreciate the critical
 importance  of ethics and makes inner values like
 compassion and patience an integral part of our basic
 outlook on life, the effects will be far-reaching. At the
 level of the individual, doing so will help bring about
 greater happiness and provide a real sense of purpose
 and meaning in our lives. And at the level of society, as
 more and more of us do the same, there is a real chance
 that we will move decisively in the direction of a culture
 that is less materially focused and instead pays closer
 attention to our inner, spiritual resources. The benefits of
 doing so will be shared by all. 

 

From: Beyond Religion: Ethics for the Whole World, p.185.

 

 

 

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