• Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Corvallis (map)
  • 2945 NW Circle Blvd
  • Corvallis, OR 97330
  • United States

Strategies for ADHD, Anxiety, Depression, and PTSD

Meditation works! Research clearly shows that meditation is beneficial for a range of mental health concerns and can significantly change the structure and function of the brain. In this workshop, you will learn the science behind meditation and understand that all meditations are not created equal. Different styles of meditation require different types of attention, intention and brain activation patterns. Based on this understanding we have identified 4 styles of meditation (Focus, Mindfulness, Open Heart, Quiet Mind) that can be matched with specific mental health concerns. In this workshop, we will explore these styles in depth with an emphasis on individualizing meditation interventions to fit the goals and needs of our clients.

Learn how and why certain meditative techniques are more effective than others at addressing symptoms of mood, anxiety, attention and “disorders of the self.” This seminar will go beyond traditional meditation practices to include mind-body strategies that intersect with other therapeutic approaches, such as biofeedback, mindfulness-in-motion, and nature-based strategies. You will leave with an expanded meditation-based toolbox to share with your clients or students, strategies to help you begin or sustain your own personal meditation practice and the ability to synthesize and prioritize these tools to enhance their effectiveness.

Cost: $90 Evergreen members; $150 non-members*

*It is still possible to become a member of EBHA and register at the reduced fee.  Please go to www.ebhaipa.org to find membership information.

6.25 CEU's available: $10 additional fee


Dr. Jeff Tarrant is a licensed psychologist in Oregon, Colorado and Missouri.  He is board certified in neurofeedback and a Global Neurotherapy Initiative (GNI) Instructor, conducting certification workshops for both neurofeedback and heart rate variability biofeedback. 

Dr. Tarrant is the founder and CEO of the NeuroMeditation Institute (NMI), LLC and provides certification training for NMI therapist and instructors. His first book, Meditation Strategies to Rewire the Brain will be published in May, 2017. Other recent works include a series of virtual reality meditations published by StoryUp VR and the book chapter, "Neuromeditation: An Overview and Introduction" in The Handbook of Clinical Qeeg and Neurotherapy.