Dr. Lilli Ruth Rosenberg developed a model of Learned Happiness (a couple of decades ago), which continues to synthesize cutting edge research in the fields of Neuropsychology, Buddhism, Spirituality, and Transformational Learning.
For over thirty years, Lilli’s work includes educating and encouraging students and clients to delve deeper into their well-spring of well-being. Lilli considers herself a Pracademic; adept at bridging the academic with the practical; innovatively translating research into effective approaches for life. Her guiding principle is “Conscious Suffering cultivates Essential Happiness”.
Lilli is as an Adjunct Professor at Gonzaga University and City University. She enjoys a thriving private practice, and is enthusiastic about her role as supervisor for counsellors and practicum students at four agencies in Victoria: Inspire Health, Greater Victoria Citizens’ Counselling Centre, Victoria Sexual Assault Centre, and Victoria Child Abuse Prevention and Counselling.
Events with Lilli Ruth Rosenberg
September 29, 2019
“Grief is love with nowhere to go” Through this deep and intimate immersion, discover the magic of relaxing into the ebb and flow of life’s journey. Grief is an integral, essential and vital aspect of every life. Courageously experiencing grief contributes to our capacity for sustained attention on qualities such as compassion, kindness, equanimity, and joy; these are simultaneously the fruits of the awakened life as well as the path to it. This program is designed for those who cultivate curiosity, are interested in depth of presence, and recognize the value of becoming comfortable with discomfort. Our capacity to meet…