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Buddhist Psychology Case Consultation for Licensed Therapists

I am starting 2 Buddhist Psychology case consultation groups for licensed therapists.  The purpose of the groups will be to bring a Buddhist Psychology lens to your work with clients.  Buddhist Psychology concepts including emptiness, karma, selflessness, the 3 poisons (ignorance, attachment and aversion) and the cycle of dependent origination will be explored where appropriate in relation to your clinical work.

Each group will meet six times, with the potential to continue the groups if there is enough interest.  The maximum number in each group is 6 participants.  One group will meet in-person, the other via Zoom video conference.

Group 1 will meet Fridays 1:30 – 3:30pm PST in-person at my office in Noe Valley (January 26th, February 9th, February 23rd, Match 9th, March 23rd, April 6th).

Group 2 will meet Mondays 10:30 – 12:30pm PST by Zoom video conference (January 22, February 5th, February 19th, March 5th, March 19th, April 9th).

The consultation groups will have the following structure:

  • Opening meditation (The mediations will vary each week covering both mindfulness-based and compassion-based meditations.)
  • Brief participant check-ins
  • Two participants will each present a case for 45 minutes

The cost is $450 for six group meetings ($75 per group meeting).

If you are interested in joining one of the groups, please email me at fiona@fionabrandon.com.

Fiona Brandon, LMFT has been a student of Tibetan Buddhism, Buddhist Psychology and an active meditator for over a decade.  She completed the four year program in Buddhist Psychology from the Nalanda Institute for Contemplative Science, as well as their two year Certificate Program in Contemplative Psychotherapy.  In 2016 she became the San Francisco Program Director for the Nalanda Institute’s Certificate Program in Contemplative Psychotherapy.  To learn more about the Nalanda Institute for Contemplative Science visit www.nalandainstitute.org.