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Compassion-Based Resilience Training: Learning to Thrive with Mindfulness, Compassion & Purpose – Joe Loizzo, M.D., Ph.D. | 7-9PM


7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Want to bounce back quickly from stress, illness, addiction, interpersonal conflict, and trauma? To keep coming back to the presence, engagement, vision and energy that empower us to thrive with others in our interdependent world? Developed and tested for two decades at Columbia and Cornell by Nalanda Institute Director Dr. Joe Loizzo, this training will introduce you to a complete, evidence-based tool-chest for building resilience and well-being of mind, heart, and body through mindful self-compassion, mentoring imagery and yogic breath-work. The curriculum integrates timeless contemplative skills from India and Tibet with the latest breakthroughs in neuroscience, positive psychology, and integrative medicine. It includes a training manual and audio meditations for home study and practice. Requirements: This training is for anyone who wants a full tool-chest for building resilience, living mindfully and compassionately, cultivating well-being, and transforming stress while helping others.

The only requirement is enrollment for all six evenings and Saturday.

Mondays, September 10, 17, 24, October 1, 15, 22; 7-9PM and Saturday, October 27; 10AM-5PM

General$230/Members$207 (there is no single session registration – has to enroll for all six evenings and Saturday)



Tibet House US Gallery
22 West 15th Street
New York, NY 10011 United States
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About the Presenters

Dr. Joe Loizzo

Joseph (Joe) Loizzo, M.D., Ph.D., is a Harvard-trained psychiatrist and Columbia-trained Buddhist scholar with over thirty years' experience studying the beneficial effects of meditation on healing and learning. He is is Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychiatry in Integrative Medicine at Weill Cornell Medical College, where he researches and teaches mind/body health. He has taught science and religion, the scientific study of religious experience, and the Indo-Tibetan mind sciences at Columbia University, where he currently is adjunct Assistant Professor of Religion at the Columbia Center for Buddhist Studies.

The Nalanda Institute for Contemplative Science

The Nalanda Institute for Contemplative Science offers a Four-Year Program in Sustainable Happiness tailored to help you build a contemplative life in our high-stress age. Each course integrates three core disciplines of contemplative learning: knowledge, meditation, and action, and involves weekly two-hour classes, homework practice based on assigned texts and meditations. Courses culminate with a daylong retreat, reinforcing the insights, skills, and life strategies taught in the preceding classes.