Karuna Training Certificate in Contemplative Psychology
Introductions to Karuna Training
San Diego, CA – The Cultivation of Equanimity: an Introduction to Karuna Training with Melissa Moore – Open House Evening: Oct 29, 2019 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM PST Click here to register now
San Luis Obispo, CA – Mindfulness and Compassionate Communication: An Intro to Karuna Training with Melissa Moore – Nov 2, 2019 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM PST Click here to register now
Berkeley, CA – How to Live a Life of Engaged Compassion: An Intro to Karuna Training with Sandra Ladley and Emily Earlenbaugh – Nov 2, 2019 9:30am – 6:00 PM PDT Click here to register now
We will be announcing additional dates for introductory programs soon.
Karuna Training Live! Online
How to Live More Genuinely From a Place of Compassion and Wisdom with Anie Boudreau and Margot Geist – Nov 2, 2019 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM PST Click here to register now
How to Bring Heart-Centered Compassion Practices Into Your Life with Sandra Ladley – Nov 16, 2019 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM PST Click here to register now
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Current Karuna Training Cycles
Upcoming Karuna Training Cycles
Los Angeles 2019-2021 Basic Training – schedule here (NEW!)
Albuquerque 2020 – 2021 Graduate Training – schedule here (NEW!)
Karuna Training at a glance
- Two-year comprehensive training and Certificate in Contemplative Psychology.
- Three Cycles composed of weekends, extended retreats, and ongoing small groups.
- 2016-2018 basic training cycle in Berkeley, CA
- 2017-2019 basic training cycle in Albuquerque, NM
- 2018-2019 Advanced Training cycle in Seattle, WA
- 2019-2020 Advanced Training cycle in Berkeley, CA
- 2019-2021 basic training cycle in Baltimore, MD
- 2019-2021 basic training cycle in Los Angeles, CA
- Weekend Introductions to Contemplative Psychology (new introductions coming soon!)
The core of contemplative psychology is the certainty that within each one of us resides an indestructible and brilliant force. This force, that transcends sickness and health, is called brilliant sanity in the tradition of contemplative psychology.
—Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche