An Online Course to Enhance Your Capacity to Work With Challenging Mind and Mood States
Gain the skills to work with challenging mind and mood states with Mindfulness Tools for Anxiety and Depression - the course that equips health providers and individuals interested in living a more mindful life with research-validated practices to manage anxiety and depression.
Living with anxiety and depression can be overwhelming, affecting every aspect of life.
Without the right kind of tools and practices...
Symptoms can endure or worsen
You fall back on on old methods and therapies that aren't as effective
You may feel inadequate working with challenging mind and mood stateseveryday w
Anxiety and depression affects many and working with these challenging states can be difficult without the proper tools and practice. This course offers key insights and practices needed to manage anxiety and depression safely and effectively. Based on Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy, the tools and practices in this course have already helped hundreds of health service providers and individuals interested in mental health improve their skills. These insights and practices can work for you too.
Learn From a Leader in Anxiety, Depression & Mindfulness
Dr. Patricia Rockman is a leading mental health expert specializing in mindfulness with over 15 years of experience as a clinical therapist, educator and mindfulness teacher trainer.
Mindfulness Tools for Anxiety and Depression provides health providers and people interested in living a more mindful life with a comprehensive toolkit of techniques and resources to work with challenging mind and mood states.
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This course will equip you with the ability to:
Approach and handle depressive and anxious states effectively
Bounce back from negative moods and challenging emotions
Cultivate compassion and acceptance towards difficult thoughts and emotional states
About The Course
This online four-module course is designed for health providers and individuals seeking a more mindful life. It offers research-validated practices from Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy to manage anxiety and depression. Through increased awareness, enhanced psychological flexibility, and the ability to direct kind attention to challenging experiences, you will build the skills to work with challenging mind and mood states. Expand your capacity to manage anxiety and depression with this experiential course.
- 6HRs video content spread over 53 lessons in high quality audio and video
- 10 mindfulness practices and exercises
- Access to a private community
- Lifetime access to session replays
- Guided audio practices + professional transcripts
- Resources: PDF downloads, articles and guides
Active practices and professional skill development:
- Turning towards challenging experience (30min)
- Responsive breathing space (10min)
- Mindful movement (15min)
- Self-compassion practice (10min)
- Resourcing, pendulating, titrating practice (20 min)
- Goal setting and intention tasks (20 min)
- Reflective journaling post-practice (30 min)
- Cognitive exercises (30 min)
- Self-Inquiry practices (10min)
- Reflective meditative practices (15 min)
*Research conducted on the Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy program has shown these practices are effective at managing anxiety and depression.
53 Lessons On-demand
Access 6HRS of high quality video and audio including transcripts
10 Guided audio practices, course readings and worksheets
Social Platform + App
Network and connect in a private course community
Learn the research-based methods to manage anxiety and depression…
Week 1: Getting to Know Depression and Anxiety
Week 2: Turning Toward and Disrupting Your State
Week 3: Kindness and Compassion for building Acceptance
Week 4: Resourcing Yourself and Keeping it Alive
Practices in this course are drawn from Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy. Research conducted on the program has found:
What People Are Saying About Dr. Patricia Rockman’s Training:
“This course increased self-awareness and care. It provided me with tools that are accessible and can be used in many settings - while the focus was on anxiety & depression the learning and tools from this course could be used in any setting or self-care practice offering.”
Cliona Molloy - Epilepsy Ireland Community Resource Officer
"The [training] has been life-changing for me personally and professionally in an unexpected but positive way. You will be embraced and taught by a highly compassionate, patient, and experienced teacher. Their sheer presence and your own experience during this time will echo in your being long after the training."
Tatiana Dimov MD
"Just wow! I was fortunate to have experienced Pat as a teacher almost ten years ago when she taught me CBT. Pat is so knowledgeable but also so down to earth. Pat has a way of engaging you in a way that helps you develop / improve."
"This [training] is a top-notch program that has equipped me to confidently facilitate... The process and requirements are well thought out, and the guidance and contact with the facilitator… is far more accessible than I could have imagined. The program is immersive and highly experiential, and unlike other training I’ve completed in this area, it provides invaluable frameworks and rationale that bring clarity and consistency to what might seem to be a purely organic process."
Learners who take this course will:
Identify and track relevant experience components for anxiety and depression.
Learn and use mindfulness practices for managing anxious and depressed states.
Access resources for working with tolerance window and nervous system states.
Get a toolkit of 10 exercises for managing anxiety and depression.
Earn a course certificate of completion
Meet Your Instructor
Dr. Patricia Rockman
Dr. Patricia Rockman is a physician with a focused practice in mental health and mindfulness based programs. She is a curriculum developer, trainer of healthcare providers and author. She is the co-founder of the Centre for Mindfulness Studies and an associate professor at the University of Toronto, Department of Family and Community Medicine, cross appointed to Psychiatry. She has co-authored a number of books and publications, including, Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy, New Harbinger, 2019. Her interests include yoga, meditation, psychedelic assisted therapy and writing.
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