CBCT® Compassion Training

Cognitively-Based Compassion Training

As a Certified CBCT® Instructor, Andrea is uniquely capable of delivering the CBCT® curriculum per the standards of the Emory Tibet Partnership. She has participated in numerous trainings, empowering individuals with the essential principles of mindfulness and compassion training to reduce stress, promote social competence, support self-regulation and social-regulation.

"CBCT® is a cognitively-based compassion training that deliberately and systematically works to cultivate compassion. Through progressive exercises (beginning with the development of attentional stability and progressing through various analytical meditations), one gains insight into how one's attitudes and behaviors support or hinder compassionate response. The practice of CBCT intensifies the desire to help others, allowing compassion to become more natural and spontaneous in one's everyday life. It also helps increase personal resiliency by grounding one in realistic expectations of self and others." 

- Emory Tibet Partnership


Cultural Competence Training

Cultural Competence in Health and Human Services

This curriculum has been specifically designed for service providers, front line staff and interpreters and covers the following three areas:

  •      Healthcare
  •      Education
  •      Human Services

The curriculum is based on national standards for cultural and linguistic competence from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Minority Health, and also on federal laws, national best practices and cultural competence training standards.