Inner Silence & Healthy Separateness Two-Day Conference on Zoom Thursday, October 8 - Friday, October 9, 2020

Exploring Relationships Between Differentiation, Transcendence, & Mindfulness
9am – 3pm EST Each Day

Join us on ZOOM for an inspiring interdisciplinary dialogue between clinicians, researchers, & students from the fields of consciousness studies, meditation, & family systems theory. The conference structure has been carefully designed to offer an inspiring interactive interdisciplinary adventure.  

Center for Mindfulness Science, University of Southern California

Rael Cahn, MD, Ph.D.

Center for Mindfulness Science, University of Southern California
Director, Center for Brain, Consciousness,

Fred Travis, Ph.D.

Director, Center for Brain, Consciousness, & Cognition, Maharishi International University
Erik Thompson is the Executive Director of the Vermont Center for Family Studies and a 40 year meditator.  Along with moderating the conversation, Erik will share his latest thinking about the relationships between inner silence, healthy separateness, and family leadership.  

Erik Thompson, MA

Erik Thompson is the Executive Director of the Vermont Center for Family Studies and a 40 year meditator.  Along with moderating the conversation, Erik will share his latest thinking about the relationships between inner silence, healthy separateness, and family leadership.  
Suzanne Brue will share her research on ancient wisdom about high functioning families, with an emphasis on the role of the mother.

Suzanne Brue, MSW

Suzanne Brue will share her research on ancient wisdom about high functioning families, with an emphasis on the role of the mother.
Leslie Fox is a faculty member with the Center for Family Consultation, Leslie Fox is a Bowen family theory training organization in Chicago, and a new meditator.  She will share her reflections on the relationship between these two paths.

Leslie Fox, MA

Leslie Fox is a faculty member with the Center for Family Consultation, Leslie Fox is a Bowen family theory training organization in Chicago, and a new meditator.  She will share her reflections on the relationship between these two paths.
Mark Roberts is an advanced meditator who will discuss his inspiring experiences of self that are consistent with ancient wisdom traditions.

Mark Roberts

Mark Roberts is an advanced meditator who will discuss his inspiring experiences of self that are consistent with ancient wisdom traditions.
Amie Post is a faculty member of the Bowen Center for the Study of the Family.  She is skilled at bringing the concept of differentiation of self to life using stories.

Amie Post, MA

Amie Post is a faculty member of the Bowen Center for the Study of the Family.  She is skilled at bringing the concept of differentiation of self to life using stories.