This workshop is intended for healthcare providers but is applicable to all people and everyone is welcome as space allows.
Legacy Hospital Salmon Creek
6 February 2015—noon to 6 :pm
How Science, Empathy, and Compassion Converge
Mindfulness, Meditation, and Neural Plasticity:
Happy People with Better Outcomes
(One hour topics, both speaking about each element,
with a pause for questions and comfort)
- Empathy Leads to Understanding
- Heart Warming Love Changes You
- Compassion Without Burn-Out
- Mindfulness Practice
- Meditation Remakes the Brain
Tuition for those desiring continuing education credits is $50.
Donations are optional for others attending.
Checks may be written to The Four Noble Truths Center.
Seating is “space available”, please contact Dr. Carsten if you wish to attend. Lunch is not included.
Dr. Dave Carsten
Geshi la Tashi Gyatso’s activities are supported through:
The Four Noble Truths Tibetan Buddhist Center
PO Box 87423
Vancouver, WA 98687, United States
Phone: +1- 3606244284 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Four Noble Truths Center is a 501(c)3 intended for the benefit of all sentient beings and the preservation of Tibetan culture and language.
“A fascinating balance of current science and the practice of compassion for all.”
a parent at the Village Home workshop, November 2014
Sponsored by Legacy Salmon Creek Hospital and COORS study club.
CDE credit is granted through the Academy of General Dentistry.