Dr. Curt Lindberg to Address “Complexity and Integrative Health Care Systems” -- School of MBM Videoconference with Curt Lindberg, PhD, on Tuesday, October 22, 2013 at 5:30 PM Pacific09/24/2013
On October 22, Dr. Curt Lindberg will make an online video presentation for the School of Mind-Body Medicine: “Complexity and Integrative Health Care Systems.”
Join MBM Chair Donald Moss and the Health Care Systems Specialization faculty for an interactive conversation with Curt Lindberg. Dr. Lindberg holds a doctorate in complexity and organizational change, and has a long term record of service in healthcare administration and consulting. Currently director of the Billings Clinic Partnership for Complex Systems and Healthcare Innovation, he is recognized for bringing complexity science concepts to healthcare. Both on an organizational scale and at the individual practitioner’s level, he is committed to fostering health care change for by changing healthcare systems.
Judson Brewer Addresses Neurofeedback, Mindfulness, and Neuro-phenomenology: Reports from the International Society for Neurofeedback and Research09/24/2013
School of Mind-Body Medicine Chair Donald Moss has been attending the ISNR meeting in Dallas this week, where he taught (with Dr. Fred Shaffer) a competency course in heart rate variability biofeedback and a workshop on ethics and professional standards in Neurofeedback. Dr. Moss will report in on relevant scientific programs at ISNR.
On Saturday September 21, Dr. Judson Brewer delivered a keynote address: he discussed the human tendency to “get in one’s own way,” mindfulness practices as a tool for eliminating destructive thinking, the application of mindfulness for addictions treatment, and the use of neuroimaging and neurophenomenology to study correlates of mindfulness and wandering thoughts.
Two Saybrook Mind-Body Medicine Faculty Members, Drs. Don Moss and Fredric Shaffer, Teach Heart Rhythms Workshop at 2013 Meeting of International Society for Neurofeedback and Research09/20/2013
Two members of the Saybrook School of Mind-Body Medicine faculty presented a workshop on September 16 and 17, 2013 at the annual meeting of the International Society for Neurofeedback and Research. Dr. Donald Moss is Chair of the School of Mind-Body Medicine, and Dr. Fredric Shaffer is a part time instructor at Saybrook and a Professor at Truman State University in Kirksville, Missouri. Shaffer is also chair of the Biofeedback Certification International Alliance, which certifies health care professionals for completing basic training and skills mastery in biofeedback, Neurofeedback, pelvic floor disorders, and heart rate variability biofeedback. Moss is the chair of the BCIA international certification committee, and serves on the BCIA Board,
Lorenzo Cohen and an Individualized Approach to Cancer Care: Notes from the International Society for Neurofeedback and Research (ISNR)09/19/2013
School of Mind-Body Medicine Chair Donald Moss is attending the ISNR meeting in Dallas this week, where he will be teaching a competency course in heart rate variability biofeedback and a workshop on ethics and professional standards in Neurofeedback. Dr. Moss will report in on relevant scientific programs at ISNR.
Today Lorenzo Cohen, PhD, provided a keynote presentation on the relevance of dietary, exercise, and life style changes for cancer prevention, and a review of current research on mind-body practices for cancer. Dr. Lorenzo Cohen is Professor and Director of the Integrative Medicine Program at The University of Texas/MD Anderson Cancer Center and Distinguished Clinical Professor, Fudan University Cancer Hospital, Shanghai, China. Dr. Cohen is a founding member and past president of the international Society for Integrative Oncology.
Saybrook University Mind-Body Medicine PhD Student, Michelle Lamasa-Schrader, Accepted as Intern for Center for Mind-Body Medicine09/18/2013
Michelle LaMasa-Schrader is a PhD student in the Saybrook University School of Mind-Body Medicine in the Healthcare Practice Specialization, currently in the dissertation research stage. She reports that her doctoral program has been a turning point in her professional and personal growth. During the past three years, she served the Saybrook Mind-Body Medicine Community as a member of the Student Academic Review Board Committee, as a Teaching Fellow, and most recently as a mentor to incoming PhD students to support and guide them in their journey toward the PhD.