Mitch Abblett

Mitch Abblett

Mitch Abblett, PhD, is a licensed clinical psychologist and consultant with a private practice. He speaks and trains nationally and internationally on the applications of mindfulness for enhancing professional and personal communication patterns. He has been the executive director of the Institution for Meditation and Psychotherapy and was the clinical director for eleven years at the Manville School at Judge Baker Children’s Center at Harvard University.

Mitch Abblett

Mitch Abblett, PhD, is a licensed clinical psychologist and consultant with a private practice. He speaks and trains nationally and internationally on the applications of mindfulness for enhancing professional and personal communication patterns. He has been the executive director of the Institution for Meditation and Psychotherapy and was the clinical director for eleven years at the Manville School at Judge Baker Children’s Center at Harvard University.

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3 Mindfulness Exercises to Help Parents Manage the Lack of Control

A Light Touch for Setting Goals for Kids An excerpt from Chapter Six of Prizeworthy by Mitch Abblett, PhD With the children in our lives, and as hard as it may be, it is so important to shift our perspective away from trying to control them and...
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Waking the Wilting Mind

Energy and Balance An excerpt from The Five Hurdles to Happiness I was once driving in semi-rural Ohio a few years back. After a state trooper’s flashing lights in my rear-view mirror snapped me out of my inner sagging, I pulled over to the...
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Meditation and the Hindrances | An Excerpt from The Five Hurdles to Happiness

How the Hindrances Have Us over the Barrel of Our Monkey Minds OPENING INQUIRY Are you willing to step onto the path of meditation and its hindrance-laden twists and turns and do so with the right intentions and with the necessary knowledge to guide your...
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