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CBCT® for Emory Students

In collaboration with Emory Counseling and Psychological Services, the Center for Contemplative Science and Compassion-Based Ethics sponsors at least one CBCT® course each semester for registered Emory students.  Hosted by the Candler School of Theology in Cannon Chapel, a certified CBCT® teacher facilitates these courses.  Open to both graduate and undergraduate students, the course is free and preference is given to students who have not previously taken a CBCT course.  Proof of current enrollment at Emory is required—please register with your Emory email address.  

Non-credit courses anticipated for Fall 2020.  All courses will be online.  Registration link will be posted once times are confirmed.

1. CBCT® Course for Emory Students

Mondays, 10 weeks, 3:00-4:30pm

Taught by CBCT® Certified Instructor

2. CBCT® Course for Emory Students

Tuesdays, 10 weeks, 5:00-6:30pm

Taught by CBCT® Certified Instructor

 

New Course Option

 

Fall Semester 2020 CBCT® Course for Emory Students in the Department of Health, Physical Education & Dance

For credit course.  Register for course as you would any academic course.

CBCT® Course for Emory Students in the Department of Health, Physical Education & Dance

Taught by Michelle Heker, Program Coordinator, CCSCBE

PE 285: Special Topics in PE: Cognitively-Based Compassion

  • Undergraduates Only
  • One Credit Hour

Get Involved/Contact

The CBCT® program includes a growing number of certified instructors and is regularly expanding its programming and research areas. We welcome offers of support and ideas for new applications or populations who may benefit from learning the core CBCT® concepts and skills. Please contact Zipporah Slaughter for all inquiries, zipporah.slaughter@emory.edu / 404.727.8166.