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27th Annual Reunion

April 1-3, 2022

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Whether it is time for the WPHP Annual Reunion or next quarter’s Mindfulness for Health Professionals course, we want you to have easy access to all of the wellness resources available to health care professionals.

  • Upcoming Events & Series

A Day Mindfulness for Healthcare Professionals!

October 2, 2021


Mindfulness Northwest is kicking off a day-off retreat with Tim Burnett and Beth Glosten. another 5-week online class series beginning February 8. It also offers 14 CME credits.  

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Pandemic Fatigue Workshop

October 7, 2021


Mindfulness Northwest will host a 2-hour workshop Mindfulness based workshop for those experiencing pandemic fatigue. 

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Mindful Resilience: Managing and Thriving with Stress and Challenges Class Series

January 11 – February 15, 2022

Tuesday’s, 6:30-8:30pm

Location: Center for Child and Family Well Being (Kincaid Hall, University of Washington Campus)

This class draws from the empirically validated approaches of both Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) and Compassion Cultivation Training (CCT) curricula, as well as some of the latest neuroscience and research work around trauma and resilience. Taught by Diane Hetrick, you will learn tools and practices of mindfulness to navigate stressors in life.

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WPHP Annual Reunion

April 1-3, 2022

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Please contact WPHP for the password 

Guest Speakers

Father Tom Weston

Father Thomas Weston has been involved with people in Twelve Step Programs since 1976. A former Director of the Jesuit Volunteer Corps and a teacher at Loyola High School in Los Angeles, he has degrees in counseling, education, and theology. He lectures, counsels, and conducts workshops and seminars internationally. He lives and gardens in Oakland, California.


Tim Burnett

Tim has been teaching Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) since 2010 and practicing meditation since 1986. He is certified to teach MBSR, Mindful Self-Compassion, and to teach Compassion Cultivation Training.   Tim also brings a background in traditional Dharma practice to his mindfulness work. He was ordained as a Soto Zen priest in 2000 and over underwent a 20-year apprenticeship with the well-known Zen teacher Zoketsu Norman Fischer. Tim also has a varied professional background including work as an educator, carpenter, software developer and scientist.

Registration Fees

Scholarship: $25/person

Early Registration (ends 2/4/22): $255/person

Regular Registration (ends 3/11/22): $335/person


Thanks to our generous donors, WPHP has scholarship funds available to fully underwrite first time attendees and to assist returning attendees experiencing financial hardship. If you are interested in scholarship support, please apply when registering. You will be asked to provide additional information to determine eligibility. The deadline for scholarship requests is February 4, 2022. Applicants will be notified on February 25, 2022. Scholarship awards may not cover the entire cost of Reunion participation.

The WPHP Reunion is only able to accommodate participants and their spouses/significant others. Please call WPHP directly if you need support with the cost of childcare to facilitate your attendance.


WPHP has three established donation funds designed to assist program participants:

  1. Thomas Hornbein, M.D. Fund
  2. The Lynn R. Hankes, M.D. Reunion Scholarship Fund
  3. The Daniel O’Neill Family Fund

As is our tradition, last year generous donors stepped forward and underwrote scholarships for 8 participants/SO’s who otherwise would not have been able to attend the reunion. WPHP expresses heartfelt gratitude for this strong show of generosity. As you register this year, we encourage you to perpetuate this tradition by donating an amount that is meaningful to you. Thank you so much!

COVID Safety

While we look forward to seeing everyone, the health and safety of our guests remains our priority.  Proof of vaccination or proof of a negative COVID-19 PCR test within 72 hours of the event will be required for attendees.  Additional precautions may include:

  • Arrival and daily heath screening/attestation for symptoms of COVID-19
  • Masking when social distancing is not possible
  • Limiting number of attendees
  • Other as indicated