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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.
What you'll get:
- 53 micro-lessons on-demand in high quality video and audio including professional transcripts
- Lectures, discussions and in-class exercises
- 10 mindfulness practices and activities, audio/video + transcripts
- Lifetime access to session replays
- Access to the private course community
- Learning Portal with guided practices, transcripts and course learning materials
- Module 1: Getting to Know Depression and Anxiety
- Module 2: Turning Toward and Disrupting Your State
- Module 3: Kindness and Compassion for building Acceptance
- Module 4: Resourcing Yourself and Keeping it Alive
Guided Practices + Professional Transcripts
- 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)
Who is the course for?
- This course is designed for health providers, health advocates and anyone interested in living a more mindful life.
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.
With any single course enrollments, we have a 30-day refund policy from the day of purchase.