Mindfulness Interventions for Treating Anxiety and Depression

Event Date: August 9, 2016
Time: noon to 2 pm
Cost: $25
CEU's Available: This workshop is approved for two CEU/CPE credit hours for LPC, LMFT, Social Workers, School Counselors, Clergy

The Ecumenical Center for Religion and Health is an approved provider of continuing education by the State of Texas for the following: LPC, LMFT, LSW, LCSW, LMSW, and LCDC. The Center is also of CPE by the Texas Education Agency, TEA CPE Number 902304.


This workshop will explore evidence for using mindfulness techniques to treat anxiety and depression. Participants will explore three mindfulness techniques to apply to work with clients experiencing depression and anxiety.

This is a bring-your-own brown bag lunch. The Center will provide drinks.


Participants will be better able to

  1. Identify the definition of mindfulness and what practices develop mindfulness
  2.  Discuss use of mindfulness practices in the treatment of anxiety and depression
  3. Describe and apply at least 3 mindfulness practices to help clients experiencing with anxiety and depression

About the Speaker

Salina Shelton, LPC, MA specializes in individual and group therapy. Among her areas of expertise are chronic pain, grief, depression, anxiety, and career counseling. She presents workshops on the topics of Art Therapy, Grief, and Innovation.

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