Meet Carmen Alonso
Carmen is a licensed clinical psychologist with over 20 years of experience. She is dedicated to serving adults in both individual psychotherapy and group settings. Carmen has taught mindfulness-based interventions to alleviate stress and decrease suffering to a wide variety of groups such as:
- Patients with clinical depression and anxiety
- Veterans with and without PTSD
- Spanish-speaking populations
- Medical residents
- School personnel
- Police officers
- Residents in maximum and medium security facilities (including men in the segregation unit in the most secure correctional facility in Wisconsin)
Some of the mindfulness-based interventions Carmen has offered throughout the years are Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction, Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy, Path of Freedom, and Mindfulness-Based Resilience Training.
She has also combined her mindfulness teachings with Tae Kwon Do, a martial art she has practiced for over 30 years, including nearly 25 years as the head instructor of the Choi Tae Kwon Do School at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
WHY CARMEN SHARES
“I share because I care deeply about finding ways to support others in alleviating stress and suffering. I also feel passionate about discovering creative ways that lead to healing and that nurture a sense of connection and wellbeing. I strongly believe that the best approach to explore those ways of alleviating suffering, healing, and nurturing wellbeing is to come together with a caring community where everybody wants the same—and that is exactly what Share Collaborative has to offer.”