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Upcoming Virtual Mindfulness Workshop for Couples

Upcoming Virtual Mindfulness Workshop for Couples

Join Kimberly Carson, MPH, C-IAYT and Jim Carson, PhD of the Duke Health and Well-Being Programs Team for an eight-week online Mindfulness-Based Relationship Enhancement (MBRE) workshop–the first clinically studied mindfulness program designed for couples. Led by the developers of MBRE, this adaptation of the standard Kabat-Zinn Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) protocol is an instructor-led, virtual program that will help you enhance your relationships. Mindfulness-Based Relationship Enhancement has been shown in research trials to improve relationship satisfaction, autonomy, relatedness, closeness, and acceptance of one another.

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Join Our Team: Research Assistant Professor, Psychology

The Department of Psychology and BHIDC at the University of Utah are seeking a doctoral-level Clinical Psychologist, Counseling Psychologist, Social Worker, Psychiatric/Mental Health Nurse Practitioner, or Psychiatrist who is licensed, or license-eligible, in the state of Utah for a Research Assistant Professor position. This position involves directing the outpatient psychotherapy training program for the Department of Psychiatry and contributing to the clinical and research missions of the BHIDC and the Department of Psychology. The ideal candidate for this position will focus on supervision of and research related to high-quality clinical care and education in a multidisciplinary research and training clinic, the BHIDC, at the University of Utah. Ideal candidates would also be interested in managing or conducting clinical research and joining a vibrant clinical research environment.

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Last Updated: 10/17/22