7th June 2012

The Cat Lover Speaks
"The Cat Lover Speaks" is an exhibition, curated by Sally Fisher AC '12, of books and prints featuring felines from the Mortimer Rare Book Room. See historical cats, cats in costume, cute cats, cats and rats, and more. For more information: mrbr@smith.edu or 413-585-2906. To check Library hours, see: http://www.smith.edu/libraries/hours

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What Every Clinician Should Know (And What They Donít Usually Teach You in Grad School)
This talk will begin by addressing what we know about effective treatment and challenge some cherished beliefs about who is effective. It will be an invitation for clinicians to investigate for themselves, and will address the role of mindfulness and how it actuates a therapists ability to be helpful to others, and will argue for mindfulness as essential training for clinicians and care givers of all theoretical persuasions. Paul Fulton, Ed.D., is a clinical psychologist, founding member and former president of the Institute for Meditation & Psychotherapy. Co-editor and co-author of Mindfulness & Psychotherapy (Guilford, 2005), he is a lifelong student of the interface between psychotherapy and Buddhist psychology, having received his doctoral degree in comparative human development at Harvardís Laboratory for Human Development. He is former director of mental health at Tufts Health Plan, a forensic psychologist, and in private psychotherapy practice in Newton, MA.

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