Thomas Jackson is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in private practice in Middlebury, Vermont. A graduate of Trinity College, Dublin and Hunter School of Social Work, he has worked with a wide variety of populations in New York City and Vermont. He completed his training at the Brooklyn Institute for Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy where he went on to become a board member. For thirty years he has studied and practiced many of the techniques championed by the Center for Mind-Body Medicine; hence his delight at encountering this model and its integration of so many powerful practices. He ran many groups at the Fordham Tremont Center for Mental Health in the Bronx in the late 90s including for men convicted of domestic violence. Aware of the power of group work he is extremely grateful to be running groups again and is especially interested in this model’s applicability for students and migrant workers. He loves walking, yoga, cooking and spending time with his family.