John Foster Elliott | How to Meditate

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How to Meditate

by John Foster Elliott

A Fifteen minute audio CD that will teach you how to really do Nothing extremely well.
Genre: New Age: Meditation
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1. Intro to Meditation
3:08 $0.99
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2. How to Meditate
17:07 $0.99
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BIOGRAPHY

John Foster Elliott began his career in psychology at age twenty-one, founding the first crisis intervention and drug-counseling center at Pennsylvania State University. He worked with Dr Steven Danish and others in utilizing Rogerian techniques for paraprofessionals and presented his first paper for the APA at age 22. John graduated cum laude in 1974, receiving the Eric Walker Award for “the most outstanding character, leadership and citizenship” among the senior graduating class. He went on to Los Angeles and established several other non-profit mental health programs for the poor and disadvantaged. Both the Los Angeles City Council and the California State Assembly officially commended John for his work in the field of substance abuse. He also studied Gestalt and NeoReichian therapy for five years with Eric Marcus, MD, one of the founders of the Gestalt Institute of Los Angeles. His other clinical interests included the study of unconscious imagery, metaphor and Ericsonian hypnotherapy. He has taken a recent interest in collaborative therapy and has written a piece for Barry Duncan in Heroic Clients, Heroic Agencies, a manual for client-directed outcome informed therapy.
John received his Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology in 1981 at International College and was licensed by the State of California as a Marriage and Family Therapist in 1982.
He has been a consultant for government and private agencies across the country, including:
the National Free Clinic Council, Los Angeles County Health Dept, Lutheran Social Services, LEAA, California BBSE Orals Commission, LAPD, LA Drug Abuse Task Force, Impact House, CRI-Help, Pasadena HS Peer Counseling, Old Time Steelworkers Fund, Project Heavy, the California State Assembly and a variety of film production companies in Hollywood.
In his spare time John practices meditation, is a performing singer-songwriter and a writer. He is currently at work with Titan Studios in Sherman Oaks, Ca. John is also managed by Jericho Entertainment for his screenplays. John’s book “Directions in Life for the Occasionally Confused” has been released through PublishAmerica in Nov of 2004. John has also hosted “Shrinking Outside the Box” for 97.1 FM Talk Radio in Los Angeles, as well as appearing on syndicated talk shows.
He has been happily married 24 years to his wife Beth, a classical musician.
And yes, -they make beautiful music together.

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