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MBSR: Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction Course

Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction Course

Join our Long Island 8-Week MBSR program developed by Jon Kabat-Zinn

Real email from prior student

“I know I told you this before but its worth repeating, your class changed my life.  Even my mindset has changed, to let things just ‘be” and to “allow” life to takes its natural course without stressing about the unknown or things I can’t control.  It really is amazing”

Discover simple and powerful ways to cope with stress and anxiety

You have the capacity to change the way you live your life. You can learn to live in a more liberated way. You can learn to relate to yourself and others in a more compassionate and fulfilling way. You can experience more acceptance and gratitude. You can do all these things by using simple mindfulness practices. The Mindful Place offers a Long Island Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) class designed to help you learn these liberating practices.

Course schedule and info

The next cycle of this course will be taught through Molloy University at their Suffolk County location.  This class will be specifically for mental health professional and will offer CUE credits.  Please click the link below for more details:

www.molloy.edu/mbsr

Interested in becoming a qualified Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) Instructor?

Take the first step in the pathway to becoming a qualified MBSR instructor (recognized by the University of Massachusetts Medical Center, Center for Mindfulness in Medicine, Health Care and Society and the Oasis Institute). This Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction program meets the requirement for the 8-week MBSR course.  For more information on the full pathway to becoming an instructor please visit https://www.umassmed.edu/cfm/training/MBSR-Teacher-Education/

The mission of the MBSR core curriculum

MBSR is a training program developed in 1979 by Jon Kabat-Zinn, Ph.D., at the University of Massachusetts Medical Center, Center for Mindfulness in Medicine, Health Care and Society. At its core, MBSR is based on systematic and intensive training in mindfulness meditation and mindful hatha yoga. The MBSR curriculum is designed to guide program participants in the “how” of learning to practice, integrate, and apply mindfulness in their everyday lives. The primary intention of the MBSR curriculum is to create a structured pathway to relieve suffering and increase wellbeing for people facing a host of challenges arising from a wide range of medical and psychological conditions and the demands and stressors inherent in the everyday lives of human beings (this text was taken directly from MBSR Curriculum, 2017).

 

Space for this course is limited. Register to reserve your spot today!

Join our wait list and secure your spot in the next cycle of the course, fill out the form below!