Mindful Health & Resilience Lab Accepted to the ACBS (Association for Contextual Behavioral Science) World Conference 17
The Mindful Health & Resilience Lab at Pacific University was accepted to the ACBS (Association for Contextual Behavioral Science) World Conference 17 from June 27 through 30, 2019 in Dublin, Ireland.
A specific training program for law enforcement officers is being evaluated for its effectiveness at helping them cope with the rigors of the job.
Aaron Bergman PhD ‘18, a Pacific University doctoral student in clinical psychology, believes smarthphones also have the potential to help people struggling to find lasting recovery from drug and alcohol addiction.
In the News: Professional Psychology's Police Training Mindfulness Study Highlighted by Huffington Post and CNN
Mindfulness Reduces Stress and Anger in Police describes the recent work of professors Michael Christopher and Sarah Bowen, and graduate student Aaron Bergman.
An NIH-funded collaborative led in part by the School of Professional Psychology and Hillsboro Police provides officers throughout the region with training to improve their resiliency to job-related stress.
Join Pacific University in a unique training & research collaboration that translates the science of resiliency into an 8 week, skill-building training for police officers using principles of mindfulness.
Police Officer Training Collaborative Awarded a Two-Year Federal Grant to Further Develop their Mindfulness-Based Resilience Training
School of Professional Psychology faculty members awarded nearly $380,000 to build on their initial research.