Season 2, Episode 4 – Discover U Podcast: Mindfulness as a Tool for Psychological Healing with Lisa Kring, LCSW

Montare Media presents Season 2, episode 4 of the Discover U Podcast: Mindfulness as a Tool for Psychological Healing Think Mindfulness is sitting in the lotus position under a tree? It’s actually a very practical tool that can change your life! Overeating? Addicted? Mindfulness might be our way out. Feeling stuck in negative thought loops? Find out how Mindfulness can help. JD Kalmenson interviews Lisa Kring, LCSW, to understand how Mindfulness practice can rewire the nervous system and support healing from various mental health issues. Learn More about Montare Behavioral Health: Lisa is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and has been a practitioner of Vipassana mediation for over twenty years. She is a graduate of the Advanced Practitioner Program at Spirit Rock and is certified in trauma-sensitive mindfulness. As a Senior Teacher at Insight LA for over fifteen years, Lisa leads classes such as MBSR (Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction) and Mindful Self-Compassion, is co-director of the “Insight Into Action” program, which offers support to non-profit organizations, and does trainings for parents, teachers, and students in schools throughout Los Angeles. She has worked closely with the medical community, especially with cancer patients and their families, and she provides staff training in mindfulness at organizations such as Homeboy Industries, Hulu, ABC News, and Huffington Post to name a few. Host Kalmenson is the CEO/Founder of Renewal Health Group, a family of addiction treatment centers, and Montare Behavioral Health, a comprehensive brand of mental health treatment facilities in Southern California. Kalmenson is a Yale Chabad Scholar, a skilled facilitator, teacher, counselor, and speaker, who has provided chaplain services to prisons, local groups and remote villages throughout the world. His diverse experience as a rabbi, chaplain, and CEO has inspired his passion and deep understanding of the necessity for effective mental health treatment and long-term sobriety.

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