Mike ZittelTherapist

    Michael Zittel is a Therapist at Refuge Recovery Center and a Master’s Degree Candidate at Antioch University’s Clinical Psychology Program.  With three decades of study and practice in a range of Buddhist meditation schools, and fifteen years of experience as a meditation facilitator, Michael now brings his expertise in meditation to the field of mental health.  Michael has comprehensive experience cultivating individualized meditation-based strategies for individuals and couples. He has previously taught meditation in clinical settings to both psychiatric outpatients and clinical staff.  For the past eight years, Michael has trained with Noah Levine, Founder and Executive Director of Refuge Recovery Center, teaching meditation classes and leading intensive workshops under Noah’s supervision.  At Refuge Recovery Center, Michael facilitates mindfulness groups and provides individual counseling