Mindfulness–Based Stress Reduction has helped improve the ability of hundreds of participants to live better with daily stress, chronic pain, illness, and stress-related conditions. By learning to actively participate in the management of health and well being, many participants report they are better able to manage stress, fear, anxiety, and depression both at home and in the workplace. Our programs invite people to be active participants in caring for themselves, using their internal resources to cultivate health, happiness and well-being in all kinds of circumstances.
The Mindfulness Stress Reduction programs consist of eight weekly classes and one all-day "retreat". To fully benefit from these programs, you will need to make a strong commitment to attend all classes and to practice daily home assignments.
As they confront the coronavirus pandemic, frontline healthcare workers are at risk for mental health conditions such as depression and anxiety. To protect their mental health during the coronavirus pandemic, healthcare workers should focus now more than ever on their own self-care and wellbeing. Listen to the recent interview on CJAD800 and find out what Dr. Dobkin's advice is for healthcare professionals. patricia_dobkin.mp3
To find out more about our Mindfulness-Based programs, read the interview with Patricia L. Dobkin, PhD, the course instructor, published in the .