CBCT®: Cognitively-Based Compassion Training Foundational course
An Emory University diploma will be awarded. Continuing Education Credits (CEU) available per request.
Chandra Chiara Ehm
Anthropologist & Tibetologist Meditation teacher
Dr. Samuel Fernandez-Carriba
Clinical Psychologist. CBCT Senior Instructor. Adjunct Assistant Professor, Emory University
MARCH 7th TO APRIL 13th, 2021
INTENSIVE SUNDAY, MARCH 7th, and
SIX CONSECUTIVE TUESDAYS FROM 18:00 TO 20:00 (CET) - 12:00 TO 2:00PM (US EST)
Go here for simple Zoom instructions.
250 € (US $ 300 or equivalent). Limited availability. Scholarships for students available.
Three free slots for former students of Dr. SFC.
PAYMENT through PayPal and other secured methods online. More information about payment here.
CBCT® (Cognitively Based Compassion Training) is a mindfulness and compassion meditation training developed by Dr. Lobsang Tenzin Negi. He drew from a centuries- old Indo-Tibetan Buddhist approach called lojong, or 'thought transformation.' The fundamental premise is simple: that compassion is a skill that can be developed and expanded. Contemporary science supports this view, as do most religions and philosophical systems. CBCT® is therefore both independent from - and supportive of - any faith or belief tradition that values compassion.
Summary of the course program here.
More information here about the Senior Instructor, Dr. Samuel Fernandez-Carriba here, including recordings of classes and scientific presentations. More information about Chandra C. Ehm here.
Go here for a sample of meditation classes and practice sessions with SFC.