A 4-Module Online Course with Emma JM. Ates
CONTEMPLATIVE SCIENCE AND ARTS
Tuesdays, May 25th, June 1st, June 8th, June 15th 2021 @ 5 pm - 7 pm ET
A Online Program
COMING SOON IN 2022
Level 1 - CCMT is a 5-modules program designed to train caring professionals and educators. In this program, the knowledge is built-on progressively with theory and experiential contemplative creative practices and techniques.
The Centre for Contemplative Creative Science (CCCS) is offering the Contemplative Creative Mind Training (CCMT) program.
It is conducted in five sequential modules, each module is presented during 4 weeks of investigation, meditation, and contemplative creative practices; the knowledge and experiential creative practices are built progressively across the modules.
The Contemplative Creative Mind Training (CCMT) program is layered with theoretical, dialectical, and experiential learning using a contemplative creative approach, and meditations based on traditional and secular Buddhist psychology.
Participants who complete the entire course will receive high-level training on how to effectively implement CEMT for self-care and in their own professional practice.
Before taking this training it is recommended to take the introductory and foundational course
on Contemplative Creative Science.
Modules draw on Buddhist Psychology, Buddhist Philosophy, Mindfulness, Compassion,
Contemplative Science, Contemplative Arts.
* CCMT modules in construction... coming in 2022
This program is designed for health professionals, therapists, coaches, educators, caregivers, and anyone in a helping profession interested in integrating contemplative creative approaches, practices, and interventions.
Who can participate in this program?
The CCMT program is designed for health professionals, therapists, coaches, educators, caregivers, and anyone in a helping profession interested in integrating contemplative creative practices, approaches, and interventions. It is a comprehensive and holistic embodied mind training for the cultivation of mindfulness, awareness, self-compassion, and compassion for others, to nurture balanced harmonious relationships inward and outward for the well-being of our human community, our planet, and all its inhabitants.
The latest research on mindfulness- and compassion-based interventions has shown that it is effective and benefits diverse populations suffering from stress, depression, and anxiety.. and much more.
*No artistic or meditation experience is needed to attend this course.
A list of art materials will be available for this online course.
**This course is not a substitute for professional training in Buddhist psychology, psychotherapy, contemplative psychotherapy, creative art therapies, and contemplative arts disciplines.
The CEMT program will be offered periodically throughout the year.
If you are interested in the upcoming training, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.