Fri Mar 2, 2018 - Sun Mar 4, 2018
The Mindfulness Toolbox
The Mindfulness Toolbox is a program bringing the tools from MBSR, MBCT, and ACT (Mindfulness Based Acceptance and Commitment Therapy) into a 3-day residential experience with Dr. Erika Horwitz, Registered Psychologist
Do you feel overwhelmed and stressed with life demands? Do you feel worried and anxious all the time? Do you suffer from chronic pain or health problems? Do you feel like you don’t have the tools to manage life? Or simply want more contentment and peace in your life?
THIS THREE DAY RESIDENTIAL PROGRAM IS LIKE NO OTHER.
Spend 3 days in a beautiful setting by a lake, surrounded by nature, in quiet reflection and learning many tools and strategies that will lead to inner confidence, inner growth, and inner calm.You will not only gain insight but will also learn tools and strategies that will help you live life with more presence and contentment. Dr. Erika Horwitz is an experienced psychologist who helped hundreds of people gain more mastery and peace in their lives. She has extensive training in many mindfulness based therapies. This program will include both, mindfulness practice AND learning many strategies to transform your life. For information please go to www.mindfulnessyvr.com
Dr. Erika Horwitz is a registered psychologist practicing in the Vancouver Area. She is a certified Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction Teacher ( Center for Mindfulness at the University of Massachusetts Medical School). She is also extensively trained in several mindfulness based therapies: Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) and Mindfulness Based Self Compassion (MBSC). Dr. Horwitz is the former Director of Counselling Services at Simon Fraser University
where she implemented a series of Mindfulness Based programs. She offered a weekly meditation class and has also ran a private practice for the past 30 years where she has offered Mindfulness based therapies. She is a senior lecturer at Simon Fraser University and the University of British Columbia in Counselling Psychology. She has attended numerous Vipassna silent retreats and practices mindfulness meditation daily. She is a practicing Buddhist.