with Nick Steffen, LMHC, Pastoral & Clinical Counselor

One of our staff members recently wrote a piece exploring self compassion, the first principle of which is mindfulness: a practice emphasizing self-awareness absent set-judgment. Since this term emerged as a traditional form of Buddhist meditation and has found its way into secular discourse, we thought it could be helpful to offer a space to describe and discuss using mindfulness with integrity both as Christians and clinicians. This webinar will offer multiple examples of mindfulness, describe both the clinical value and limitations of these practices, and consider how we can understand and practice mindfulness from a Christian perspective.

If you’d like some resources on where to begin, start here:



  • Aware: The Science and Practice of Presence by Daniel J Siegel
  • Into the Silent Land: The Practice of Contemplation by Martin Laird
  • Right Here Right Now: The Practice of Christian Mindfulness by Amy Oden
  • Mindfulness Skills Workbook for Clinicians by Debra Burdick
  • Christian Meditation in Clinical Practice: A Four-Step Model and Workbook for Therapists and Clients by Joshua Knabb
  • Silence: A User’s Manual by Maggie Ross

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