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Welcome to 360 Degrees of Mindful Living

I am please to welcome Dr. Pavel G. Somov, who joins us as a licensed psychologist in private practice, with a Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from the State University of New York (at Buffalo). He has trained and worked in a variety of clinical settings, which include: psychiatric hospitals, university counseling center, corrections (county jail), community mental health centers, primary care/family medical practice, cancer hospital, veterans’ hospitals, pain clinics, and private practice.

Dr. Somov will be writing here about how to include mindfulness thoughts and techniques throughout your entire life (hence the 360 degree view!).

He is also author of the book, Eating the Moment: 141 Mindful Practices to Overcome Overeating One Meal at a Time.

In this book, psychologist Pavel Somov introduces techniques, exercises, and tools to help you control overeating. These practices can be used at mealtimes to develop a more positive and healthy relationship to food. You’ll learn to develop awareness of the experience of eating and become more centered around your eating. By developing habitual awareness and a playful attitude about the process of eating, you will find that your eating slows down, becoming less compulsive and dictated by external forces such as boredom, emotional pain, or habit.

You can learn more about him and the book here.

Welcome to 360 Degrees of Mindful Living


john m grohol psy.d.


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Last updated: 21 Jan 2014
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