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Andrew Blake RP

Participates in 1 Session

Rev. Andrew Blake is a psychotherapist, Buddhist chaplain, and a mindfulness, compassion, and end-of-life educator. Cofounder and Director of Sarana Institute, he provides experiential-based training programs for university, hospital, conference, and residential settings, including University of Toronto in their Applied Mindfulness Meditation program and through the Mindfulness Project at SickKids hospital in Toronto. A graduate of Upaya Institute’s Chaplaincy program (2010) in Santa Fe, NM, his thesis explores research, skills and protocols of “Mindful Listening,” which act as a preventative measure protecting healthcare and palliative care providers from burnout and empathy fatigue. Rev. Blake is well known for his engaging teaching style in bridging mindfulness into work/everyday life and its value in alleviating stress, increasing well being, and enhancing patient care. In addition to training professionals in the skills of mindful awareness, he has co-developed a curriculum for young adults in mediating the distress facing this next generation.

Sessions in which Andrew Blake RP participates

Thursday 24 June, 2021

Time Zone: (GMT-05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada)
1:00 PM
1:00 PM