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The Four Parts of an Emotional State

Tuesday, October 14, 12 p.m. MST
Brian O’Connor, BA ’77, MA ’79, presenting:
"The Four Parts of an Emotional State"


Through meditation we see that all of experience, including emotional states, is made up of causes and conditions. For the purpose of learning how to work with these states it is helpful to think of emotional energy as consisting of four parts: thoughts, physical experience, breath, and emotional behavior. What intervention would look like, from the perspective of each part, is the subject of this webinar.

Speaker Bio:

From the Naropa Institute, Brian O’Connor was awarded a BA in Buddhist Studies in 1977. He was a member of the first graduating class. He completed a Masters in Buddhist & Western Psychology from Naropa in 1979.

Brian then became employed by the U.C.H.S.C, Dept. of Psychiatry, Addiction Research & Treatment Services, where he worked for eighteen years. He served both as a clinical supervisor and assistant director of residential and outpatient Adolescent Services. In 1997, he joined a private practice with the Family Center for Behavioral Health in Gig Harbor Washington. For twelve years he provided mental health and substance abuse counseling for adults, adolescents, and families.

In April 2009, Brian and two colleagues opened Harbor Wellbeing. The business provides a set of services dedicated to the health and wellbeing of the community at large. Along with continuing to provide mental health counseling, Harbor Wellbeing provides educational evaluations, medical intuitive therapy, Feldenkrais Somatic therapy, and weekly classes in mindfulness meditation.

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