Current speaker is Sona Dimidjian, who is one of the first people I met in this community. In 2005 when I decided to go back to school I started my reentry into academics by volunteering in the lab of G. Alan Marlatt at the U of Washington, and Sona was there as a brand new postdoc. She has always been one of the sweetest people around. She is speaking today on clinical mindfulness-based interventions, particularly MBCT.
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