Mindfulness Recovery Counseling - Jason Murphy MA. Marriage Family Therapist Lic# 94486

Addiction Awareness Education Series


     This series takes the topics that have been discussed on a micro level in regards to personal choices with alcohol and drug use and explicates the idea of the cycle of addiction within the nation and even the world, by discussing ideas of addiction to many other aspects of particularly our western culture. We will also be looking at the psychological consequences of addictive compulsive behavior. We will discuss internet use, efficiency, food, sexual behavior, shopping, video games etc. ,  all as ways people can act out addictively. In closing we will discuss alternatives to addictive behavior by talking about mindful consumption and life choices.

           Awakening Still
Relapse Prevention & Stress Reduction
  & Mindfulness

A Mind-Body approach to stress reduction for people who struggle with addiction, work- or family-related stress, or overwhelming life circumstances.

Each session includes guided meditation and discussion of relapse triggers.
During sessions each client will develop an
individualized relapse prevention plan.

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Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction

 This course consists of training in mindful awareness, gentle movement, and group support. The program is designed for people who want less stress and more balance and healthy living in day-to-day life.These qualities of awareness translate into tangible results such as better concentration and focus, more self-knowledge and self-direction, better ability to handle social situations, and less physical symptoms of stress such as stomachaches, tiredness and headaches.

  This course is modeled after the mindfulness-based stress-reduction work of Jon Kabat-Zinn, Ph.D., from the University of Massachusetts Medical Center and featured in Bill Moyer's television series "Healing and the Mind."   

Growing Up Mindful- Mindfulness in Education

     The Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Program is specifically designed for the educational setting. And can be helpful for students and teachers who are experiencing signs of stress that may include:
• Irritability
• Headaches
• Worry or Anxiety
• Fatigue
• Stomach distress
• Difficulty in concentrating
• Substance abuse
• Smoking, eating & sleeping disturbances
• Feeling overwhelmed
• Personal identity issues 
• Restlessness

If you have any of these experiences in your daily life and you want to feel better and
have a healthier life, this program may be helpful for you. 

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