Wellness and Mindfulness-Based Consultation and Program Development for Organizations, Businesses, Health Care Agencies, Universities, and Schools
Dr. John Chambers Christopher consults throughout the US and internationally to help organizations, businesses and executives/CEO'S implement programs for stress reduction, mindfulness training, wellness, disease prevention, burnout, resilience, and effective self-care practices. John is the founder of Mindful Self-Care and co-founder of the Bozeman Center for Mindfulness. John's consultation focus helps organizations, institutions, and businesses assess their health care needs and design programs to improve the well-being, performance, and morale of employees. Dr. John Christopher also lectures and provides customized workshops and retreats. View his Lecture, a Grand Rounds given for the Department of Medicine at Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth on Youtube.
John Christopher, Ph.D provides professional supervision to psychologists and counselors helping them integrate mind-body practices into their work with clients. He provides Doctoral and Master's level supervision for students who are accruing hours towards becoming a psychologist or licensed professional counselor (LPC or LCPC) in the state of Montana. As an expert in mind-body medicine and stress management and a practitioner and teacher of Mindfulness and yoga for over 30 years, John is able to help newly licensed counselors integrate mind-body or somatic therapies into their counseling work. He has been supervising students since 1991 and creates a safe space for them to learn how to work with their emotional reactions and internal experience. In his 20+ years as a professor, he pioneered the application of mindfulness to counselor training in his graduate counseling class “Mind-Body Medicine and the Art of Self-Care” and was featured in the American Counseling Association’s Counseling Today magazine. Before going into private practice full-time, Dr. Christopher was a Professor for 23 years at Dartmouth, the University of Washington, Montana State University, and the University of Guam. He has a PhD in Counseling Psychology from the University of Texas, a Masters in Counseling and Consulting Psychology from Harvard, and an honors independent major at the University of Michigan. Please contact him for information about supervision needs.