Mindfulness Meditation Explained
Merry Armstrong Fougere, RN, APRN BC; Jungian Analyst IAAP; Professor Emerita at Washington State University; Spokane, Washington
Identify origin or mindfulness meditation.
Identify appropriate uses of mindfulness meditation in addiction settings.
Dr. Merry Armstrong Fougere is a Professor Emerita with the Washington State University College of Nursing in Spokane, Washington and is a certified Jungian Analyst. She taught in graduate and undergraduate programs, and maintains a private practice as an ANCC certified Psych Mental Health Nurse Practitioner and Analyst. She is Past President of the Association of Advanced Practice Psych Nurses of Washington State. She is a reviewer for the Journal of Addictions Nursing, and has written a standing column for that publication. She has taught in Spokane, Washington at Eastern Washington University, Komagane, Japan and guest-lectured on neurological phenomena of addictions in Chaing-Mai, Thailand. She worked with Native American and non-Native American teens at a treatment program in Spokane, WA.
This presentation is not eligible for Nursing CE.