Principles and Practices of Guided/Depth Meditation
* Origins & purpose of Meditation practice
* The anatomy and chemistry of Meditation
* The psychology of Meditation
* Immediate and extended benefits of Meditation
* Forms and formulas of Meditation
* Meditation, hypnosis, and guided imagery
* Why Meditation DOESN’T work
* Healing, insight, and contraindications
* Bringing meditation to counseling/psychotherapy practice
* A demonstration of guided meditation
DR. CLARENCE TRAUSCH BIO
Dr. Clarence Phillip Trausch, a former Divine Word Missionary monk of eight years, holds a Doctor of Education in counseling psychology, and is a university professor. He has conducted and published his dissertation research in the area of meditation, self-actualization, and intuition. His research demonstrates a statistically significant relationship between extrasensory perception, and self-actualized qualities resulting from long-term meditation practice.
For four decades Dr. Trausch has taught and practiced Gestalt Therapy, Psychosynthesis, Body/Mind Medicine principles, and applied metaphysics. He is the founder of Clarion Consulting and Stillpoint Institute Associates in Integrative Medicine, through which he and his team coaches, mentors, and consults with business executives, government, and other individuals.
A workshop presenter, keynote speaker, Empowerment workshop leader, and Life Coach, Clarence P. Trausch, Ed.D. C.C.H. is co-author of Don't Blame The Game, an inspirational and motivational account chronicling the tragedy-to-triumph life-journey of Michael Schwass, who primarily through the application of Dr. Trausch’s motivational principles and techniques, became the first known quadriplegic ever to stand and walk.
Currently, in addition to his private coaching and mentoring, Dr. Trausch conducts several ongoing groups including Depth Guided Meditation classes for meditators, and various Transformational Self-Study Groups for either practicing mental health professionals, or for lay persons.
Lunch is available ($5 donation is recommended)