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Conversations: March 2021 - Susan Rudnick

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Topic: Susan Rudnick talks about mindfulness within the broader context of Buddhism and the Zen tradition. See video version of this conversation at

Susan Rudnick LCSW, is a Focusing-oriented therapist in private practice in Westchester NY. She has a long-term practice in Zen Buddhism, and recently has been integrating this consciousness with her roots in Judaism. In her seventies, she wrote and published the memoir Edna’s Gift: How My Broken Sister Taught Me To Be Whole. It is the story of how her differently-abled sister was her life’s greatest teacher. As well she is a published haiku poet, one of which appears in the book New York City Haiku, from the Readers of the New York Times.

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