Buddhism and Psychotherapy: An East/West Dialog

The following article is from the Autumn, 1993 issue of the Snow Lion Newsletter and is for historical reference only. You can see this in context of the original newsletter here.

A SYMPOSIUM AT THE UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON, NOVEMBER 1993

Dharma Friendship Foundation (a non-profit organization) and The University of Washington Department of Psychology are pleased to sponsor Buddhism and Psychotherapy: An East/West Dialog on Saturday, November 6, 1993.

Seven panelists who are psychotherapists and/or Buddhist teachers will share their experience, views and ideas on how Buddhist psychology and psychotherapy relate to each other and how we might mutually benefit from both approaches to human well-being. Dialog between audience and panelists is welcome and there will be a reception following the symposium so that panelists and audience have more time to speak with each other.

This year's symposium presenters are: Dr. Lobsang Rapgay, Ph.D., Ryo Imamura, Ed.D., Judith Gordon, Ph.D., Venerable Thubten Chodron, May Lu, Ph.D., Geshe Jamyang Tsultrim, Mark Hart, Ph.D., and Genjo Marinello, Osho-San (Moderator).

The program will be located on the UW main campus, from 9 am to 4 pm. Admission is $25 general, $10 students or senior. There are also low income and scholarship tickets available upon request. Advance registration is advised as seating is limited. Checks should be made payable to Dharma Friendship Foundation; non-refundable after October 25, 1993. Mail registration to: T. Levington, 3423 Evanston Avenue North, Seattle, WA 98103-8618.

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