A Propos de

Depuis une dizaine d'année, la fondatrice du Centre des Sciences Contemplatives Créatives (CSCC),

Emma JM. Ates a étudié et rechercher comment intégrer l'art Dharma et la méditation dans l'art thérapie et la psychothérapie.

 

Ce fut une longue exploration, qui se poursuit toujours, avec beaucoup de pratiques pour que cela prenne forme de manière bénéfique. Elle a réalisé que d'utiliser des méthodes contemplatives créatives et multimodales aident à clarifier différents aspects de l'esprit - cognitifs, affectifs, spirituels, et comportementaux - pour réguler les pensées et émotions, puis renforcer les capacités existantes des individus qui font ces pratiques.   

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Mission

The Centre for Contemplative Creative Science (CCCS) was created to offer Buddhist-based holistic courses and programs for continuing education of mental health professionals, as well as training open to the public on contemplative creative and bio (nature)-based practices. 

 

The development of contemplative creative workshops and professional training programs are designed for health professionals, therapists, coaches, educators, caregivers, and anyone in a helping profession interested in integrating contemplative creative approaches, practices, and interventions.

Vision

To guide and empower people to cultivate self-awareness and confidence, learn to regulate thoughts and emotions, and connect with their inner wisdom and compassion to become their authentic selves, live in harmony in their relationships with others, and cultivate gratitude for the planet and all beings.

At CCCS, the embodied mind training uses the contemplative creative approach based on both traditional and modern Buddhist psychology, contemplative science, and psychotherapy.  

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