Creativity through the lens of a Clinical Health Psychologist and former Buddhist Monk
"Creativity has the compassionate alleviating suffering aspect to it. How you organize reality in your own thoughts and then portray that to others.”
Dr. William Jackson is a clinical health psychologist and a former Buddhist Monk with 20 years of experience in mindfulness based meditation. He is the founder of SkillfulMeans LLC and creator of the online meditation program The SkillfulMeans Program.
Inspired by his personal experiences with suffering, deep retreat, insight and growth; William cares about creating and fostering safety, connection, and meaningful change.
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