Date(s) - 01/03/2018
6:15 pm - 7:45 pm
Hartford Mindfulness Center
Decompress after a long day with Malou Dusyn. Free will donation.
About Malou Dusyn
Mindfulness, Counseling, Energy Therapy, Feng Shui and ONDAMED
Malou’s healing approach helps people transform long-held, negative belief patterns in order to release the cycle of emotional pain and disease. Malou offers a compassionate, kind touch that puts her clients at ease and helps them tap into their full potential. Blending her sense of humor with her deep intuition, Malou guides clients along a path of personal, spiritual growth and self-awareness. A passionate animal lover and environmental advocate, Malou is dedicated to protecting all living beings. Her cat, Plato, thanks her.
Malou is a Psycho-Spiritual Counselor and Energy Therapist with a special emphasis in Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Behavioral Counseling. Her contemplative, holistic approach to counseling and healing is rooted in a personal, lifelong practice of Tibetan Buddhism and mindfulness meditation. A typical appointment with Malou usually combines Mindfulness-based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, energy healing, and life counseling.
Malou also offers ONDAMED — pulsed electromagnetic field therapy that helps to radically transform diseases, illnesses, injuries and emotional trauma.
She is an Ordained Lay Buddhist Minister, a Certified Pastoral Counselor, and Energy Medicine Therapist. A student of Tibetan, Indian and Chinese philosophy for many years, and Buddhist Science of Mind with great masters from Tibet for 30+ years, her work is a synthesis of eastern, western, and contemporary approaches to personal and spiritual development.
In 1998, Malou founded the Menla Holistic Health Center in Avon and Hartford, Connecticut, a wellness healthcare facility affiliated with St. Francis Hospital and Medical Center in Hartford. She is also the co-director and co-founder of Hartford Karma Thegsum Choling Meditation and Study Center, an affiliate of Karma Triyana Dharmachakra Monastery and Retreat Center, and a board chairman of Tara Shedrup Dharma Center. Both centers support people in pursuing the teachings of Tibetan Buddhism and Buddhist meditation. Finally, she is a board member of the Connecticut Center for Interreligious Understanding.