Title

RELIEVING SUFFERING- APPLYING BUDDHIST PRINCIPLES TO BUILD HOPE IN DESPAIRING YOUTH

First Presenter's Institution

Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania

Second Presenter's Institution

N/A

Third Presenter's Institution

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Fourth Presenter's Institution

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Fifth Presenter's Institution

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Location

Ballroom D

Strand #1

Head: Academic Achievement & Leadership

Strand #2

Head: Academic Achievement & Leadership

Relevance

Presenter will Provide.

Brief Program Description

Looking beyond many Western conventions, Buddhist principles offer innovative means of conceptualizing and designing interventions in classrooms (mindfulness practice), in counseling and psychotherapy (suffering and relief from suffering), and with families (compassion). This presentation will ask participants to consider how Buddhist principles can become complementary if not alternative approaches to working effectively with troubled and troubling youth.

Summary

Looking beyond many Western conventions, Buddhist principles offer innovative means of conceptualizing and designing interventions in classrooms (mindfulness practice), in counseling and psychotherapy (suffering and relief from suffering), and with families (compassion). This presentation will ask participants to consider how Buddhist principles can become complementary if not alternative approaches to working effectively with troubled and troubling youth.

Evidence

Prosenter will Provide.

Learning Objectives

Presenter will Provide.

Format

Individual Presentation

Biographical Sketch

Presenter will Provide.

Presentation Year

2016

Start Date

3-8-2016 10:15 AM

End Date

3-8-2016 11:30 AM

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RELIEVING SUFFERING- APPLYING BUDDHIST PRINCIPLES TO BUILD HOPE IN DESPAIRING YOUTH

Ballroom D

Looking beyond many Western conventions, Buddhist principles offer innovative means of conceptualizing and designing interventions in classrooms (mindfulness practice), in counseling and psychotherapy (suffering and relief from suffering), and with families (compassion). This presentation will ask participants to consider how Buddhist principles can become complementary if not alternative approaches to working effectively with troubled and troubling youth.