Jamyang Tsultrim


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B.A., Western Psychology and English Language, The Evergreen State College, 1992; M.A., Counseling Psychology, Saint Martin’s College, 1997.

Expertise: Indo-Tibetan Buddhist studies, East-West psychology, philosophy of consciousness

Interests: Philosophy of mind, consciousness studies, integrated East-West psychology (mindfulness, and insightful compassion), Buddhist studies (philosophy, psychology, epistemology, logic and ethics), contemplative clinical science (mindfulness and compassion), and contemplative neuroscience studies.

Contact Information

Office
Sem 4122
Phone
(360) 867-6758
Email
tsultrij

Current, Recent, and Upcoming Offerings

Year Offering
2014-15 Psychology and Mindfulness
Fall, Winter and Spring
2014-15 Psychology and Mindfulness (4 credit component of 16 credit program)
Fall, Winter and Spring
2013-14 East-West Psychology: Destructive Thought/Emotion
Fall
2013-14 East-West Psychology: Insightful Thought/Emotion
Winter
2013-14 Mindfulness Psychology: Contemplative Clinical Science
Spring
2013-14 Understanding Mind/Emotion in Eastern Psychology
Summer
2012-13 East-West Psychology: Constructive Mind/Emotion
Spring
2012-13 East-West Psychology: Destructive Mind/Emotion
Fall
2012-13 Integrated East-West Psychology
Summer
2012-13 Mindfulness as a Way of Knowing/Living
Winter
2011-12 Brain and Mind: East-West Insights
Spring
2011-12 East-West Psychology: Destructive/Afflictive Cognition/Emotion
Winter
2011-12 Integrated East-West Psychology
Summer
2011-12 Mindfulness Psychology: Contemplative Clinical Science
Fall