The mission of the New York Zen Center for Contemplative Care is to transform suffering into wisdom through counseling and psychotherapy, education and trainings, consulting, end-of-life care, and Zen practice. They believe that in turning toward the suffering of the world, we begin to transform it into possibilities for growth.  Our guiding values are compassion, equanimity, courage, inquiry, and learning.

New York Zen Center for Contemplative Carehttp://www.zencare.org

The mission of the New York Zen Center for Contemplative Care is to transform suffering into wisdom through counseling and psychotherapy, education and trainings, consulting, end-of-life care, and Zen practice. They believe that in turning toward the suffering of the world, we begin to transform it into possibilities for growth.  Our guiding values are compassion, equanimity, courage, inquiry, and learning.

The emphasis of the center will be to provide spiritual care for those facing life challenges, illness and end-of-life. It will be a sanctuary in the middle of New York City, offering a diverse array of services that allow people to engage on a variety of levels. The Center will serve those who wish to come for spiritual practice, to act as caregiver to residents of the guesthouse, to engage in-depth psychotherapy and counseling, to train in contemplative practices, and to find refuge from the fast pace of the city.

Roshi Enkyo O’Hara, PhD, Guiding Spiritual Teacher Robert Chodo Campbell, HHC and Koshin Paley Ellison, MFA, LMSW, Founding Directors Joshua Mitsunen Moses, MA, Research Director
70A Greenwich Ave, No 33
New YorkNY10111-8300us212.666.0249info@zencare.org