Online: Interpersonal Challenges in a Time of Tumult – A Buddhist & Psychotherapeutic Perspective

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Online: Interpersonal Challenges in a Time of Tumult – A Buddhist & Psychotherapeutic Perspective
 
with Pilar Jennings
 
Saturday, October 17th, 2020 | 2:00pm – 5:00pm ET
 

 
As we continue to grapple with this time of enormous upheaval, many people are experiencing increased stress in their relationships. Whether helping children cope with sudden change, giving care to elderly parents, or managing conflicting expectations with colleagues and supervisors, this time of crisis has underscored our need for reliable roadmaps as we work through conflicts and attempt to build mutually supportive relationships.

In this workshop, psychoanalyst and Dharma teacher Pilar Jennings will explore the early developmental roots of interpersonal challenges, and bring these insights into conversation with Buddhist wisdom teachings. Together we will explore the key dynamics in our wish to nurture and sustain interpersonal relationships that can withstand the difficulties posed during this unique moment in time.

Themes will include cultivating increased compassion for self and other; developing needed tools for conflict resolution; and finding ways to enjoy connection even in the midst of unforeseen change.

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Teacher(s)

Pilar Jennings

Dr. Pilar Jennings is a psychoanalyst based in New York City with a focus on the clinical applications of Buddhist meditation practice. She has been working with patients and their families in private practice and through the Harlem Family Institute since 2000. Dr. Jennings has been a Buddhist practitioner for the past 40 years and is a teacher of Tibetan Buddhism in the Sakya lineage. She is a Visiting Lecturer at Union Theological Seminary; Columbia University; and a faculty member of the Nalanda Institute for Contemplative Science. Her most recent publication is To Heal a Wounded Heart (Shambhala 2017), a psychoanalytic memoir about her entry into clinical work as a Buddhist clinician.