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Speakers will come from the fields of psychology, health care, clinical research, religious practice and studies, philosophy, arts and culture, communications, global studies, and service-learning.

Psychotherapy & Buddhism: Towards an Integration

Talk Description Healing comes in many forms and comes from many places. Dr. Jeffrey B. Rubin has found a way to blend the psychoanalytic tradition of the West with meditative exercises of the East, creating a well-rounded and enriched therapeutic experience. In this installment of C.A.F.E. 229, we are honored to welcome the esteemed Dr. Rubin, the developer of meditative psychotherapy, which aims to connect practicers to their unconscious, liberate

Cultivating Healthy Relationships: an Interpersonal Psychotherapy (IPT) Approach

https://youtu.be/rDv-llgLeH8 Watch the teaser During the pandemic we have faced many hardships: transitionary periods, isolation, grief, and conflict. Dr. Myrna Weissman has developed an effective treatment that intervenes with depressive disorders that stem from the listed adversities and has applied it to the Covid-19 era. In this the first installment of C.A.F.E. 229 Season 5, we are honored to welcome Dr. Weissman. This season, we’ll examine the cultivation of well-being,

United in Action: Cultivating a Culture of Peace

As war rages on in Ukraine and violent attacks plague the world, now more than ever we find ourselves yearning for peace. Faith and tradition can help us not only process our own emotions in these trying times, but find an internal sense of relief. This May on United in Action: Dialogue at the Tzu Chi Center, we’re exploring inner tranquility, purity, and how these qualities might impact both the individual

Earth Day

Previous Next Talk Description As the climate crisis looms before us, we find ourselves searching for community, care, and ways to make a change towards a more sustainable world. Faith values can help restore the tender balance between the human and natural worlds and develop intricate, healthy community relationships. This April on United in Action: Dialogue at the Tzu Chi Center, we explored the role faith plays in transforming our

United in Action: Earth Day

As the climate crisis looms before us, we find ourselves searching for community, care, and ways to make a change towards a more sustainable world. Faith values can help restore the tender balance between the human and natural worlds and develop intricate, healthy community relationships. This April on United in Action: Dialogue at the Tzu Chi Center, we explored the role faith plays in transforming our world, both on a

NGO CSW 66 Forum Parallel Event: Women at the Center of Sustainable and Resilient Food Systems

Date: Thursday, 24 March, 2022 Time: 8:00 am EST | 5:00 am PST | 8:00 pm GMT+8 LIVESTREAM Women play significant roles in the food system—encompassing food production, preparation, and delivery to their families—whilst their importance is often undervalued. As transforming global food systems is pivotal to ensure sustainability of the people and the planet, women must be recognized as important stakeholders in the process of building sustainable and resilient

Tzu Chi Center for Compassionate Relief

In the spirit of great love, on this Buddha Day, we invite you to join us for prayers of gratitude, and bring blessings to ourselves, our families and friends, our communities, and the world. Date: Saturday, May 7, 2022 Time: 6-8 PM EDT Location: Tzu Chi Center 229 E 60th St., New York, NY 10022

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