Bonney Gulino Schaub and Richard Schaub have been pioneers in bringing meditation, imagery, and spirituality into the fields of health care and mental health. They have trained hundreds of health professionals internationally and are now opening their work to the general public. They are authors of The End of Fear: A Spiritual Path for Realists, Dante’s Path: A Practical Approach to Achieving Inner Wisdom, and Healing Addictions: The Vulnerability Model of Recovery.
Richard has specialized in helping professionals in recovery since 1978.
They are assisted by Megan McInnis Burt, R.N., M.S., HNC, and Michael Follman, M.A.
Megan is a nationally-certified holistic nurse who specializes in addictions recovery, including leading groups on spiritual development for women in recovery.
Michael is a retired state psychologist who has applied meditative practices to people with chronic emotional illness for over thirty years.
Who attends our groups?
Here are the some of the reasons people give for attending our Huntington Meditation groups:
- I’m in recovery
- I know there’s more to life
- I want to stay healthy
- I want to feel better
- My doctor recommended it
- My therapist recommended it
- I’ve always been interested in meditation
- I’ve always been drawn to studying new things
What is a group like?
You learn and practice the skills of meditation in a warm professional atmosphere with a small group of fellow students. The goal is for you to find the best practices that bring internal relaxation, a calm and focused mind, emotional strength, and an empowered sense of self-care in meeting the challenges of life.
The groups take place in Huntington Village, a community founded in 1653 and known for its many fine cafés and restaurants, offering many pleasant settings for our members to get together after group.
Groups meet twice per month on a Friday evening. We break for Christmas vacation and for the summer.