William Jackson is a Clinical Health Psychologist and former fully ordained Buddhist monk. He obtained is doctorate in health psychology from William James college in 2016 and completed a postdoctoral fellowship with Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School. He received his meditation training with Thich Naht Hanh’s Sangha Internationally and PA Auk Forest Monastery in Mayanmar. William sees patients at The Tufts Craniofacial Pain Center in Boston and lectures on quality outcomes for chronic pain, research design, psycho-social assessment and wellness models of healthcare. William has also partnered with the Boston Center for Contemplative Practices in Newton where he sees patients in his private practice. In addition, William has founded Skillful Means, a referral network of Integrative Health Practices Providers and co-founded Authentic Self, a Life Design and comprehensive coaching platform.
William specializes in mindfulness based therapies, non-pharmacological treatments and opioid risk management for prescribers. He runs mindfulness trainings for clients and providers, in medical, corporate, school and other settings and leads meditation classes in the Boston area.
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