Meet the Amida Mosaic Team
Prajna Teresa Bryant, R.P., M.A., O.A.B.
Founder and Teacher, Amida Mosaic
Teresa Bryant, R.P., is a psychotherapist specializing in therapy for those who are dealing with a chronic or life-limiting illness, grieving, or coping with aspects of the aging process. She is also a supervisor for qualifying psychotherapists. Teresa works part-time in hospice and university settings, and privately in person, and remotely- using the Zoom plateform.
She is also a Buddhist minister, offering spiritual retreats and buddhist psychology training programs. She is the founder of Amida Mosaic, serving as the principal teacher. She works as a teacher and psychotherapist with the International Zen Therapy Institute. Her professional experience has been in a hospital, university, hospice, and private practice settings.
Teresa is a registered psychotherapist with the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario.
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James teaches courses and leads retreats in the area of the significance or dreams, pilgrimage. and the importance of spiritual awareness in the second half of life.
James is a retreat leader, spiritual director, and Professor Emeritus at King's University College at Western University. He is a Christian theologian and a lay member of the Order of Amida Buddha.
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James Schmeiser, Ph.D., O.A.B.
Dayavati Jennifer Adam, M.A., O.A.B
Dayavati Jennifer Adam is retired after having worked for many years in the Children's Mental Health field.
Dayavati is a yoga teacher offering weekly classes in her home studio. She volunteers her time in a variety of ways including the facilitation of Meditation and Mindfulness groups and Chair Yoga classes, as well as providing companionship to those receiving hospice care at home.
She sits on several committees including the Affordable Housing, and the Respect and Social Inclusion Committees of Sarnia.
Dayavati is a long-standing member of the Amida Mosaic sangha in London, Ontario. As a newly ordained Buddhist Minister with the Order of Amida Buddha, she offers Zen and Chanting programs and is planning to introduce Pureland Services into her local community - Sarnia.
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