El MP3 contiene los conocimientos básicos para adquirir una buena práctica y entendimiento de la meditación con mindfulness.
Smoking is notoriously difficult to stop! Yet many smokers would love to quit, if only they knew how! If this sounds like you, Mindfulness for Smokers is for you. Mindfulness for Smokers is a course to help you stop smoking. We give you important information about smoking. You learn valuable Mindfulness skills to manage reactivity and withdrawal. You’ll have more control over what you do. You’ll learn other important skills, like assertiveness and dealing with difficult situations. It’s often when we are not managing things well that we turn to smoking. At first it ‘relieves’ the stress. But then it becomes the cause of stress and lots of other types of ill health.
You will also learn about relapse prevention so you can keep on target after the course has finished. The valuable resources from the course will help you maintain your gains.
Venue: Catholic Centre, 271 Sandy Bay Rd, Sandy Bay
Dates: August 5th, 12th, 19th, 26th, Sept 2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd
Times: 5.30pm – 8.00pm.
Fee: $540/$490 concession card. Covers 8 sessions, assessments, notes, CDs, refreshments, 3 individual sessions including pre-course interview and GST.
To apply: Enrol online, phone or email and we will send you an information sheet and application form. Dr Pauline M Enright
Phone: 0409 191 342
PO Box 907, Sandy Bay, TAS 7006.
Download information sheet: Mindfulness for Smokers
Due to increasing demand, we are happy to announce further training opportunities with the MiCBT Institute for 2014.
The aim of this workshop is to introduce the integration of mindfulness training with core principles of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy to improve ways of addressing chronic conditions, crisis and prevent relapse in a wide range of psychological disorders. It will describe the important theoretical framework underlying MiCBT and introduce participants to the use of these skills across a wide range of chronic and acute conditions. This workshop will expand your common understanding of operant conditioning and provide a strong neuro-behavioural basis for integrating mindfulness training with traditional CBT.
In order for mental health professionals to implement mindfulness-based therapies, such as Mindfulness-integrated CBT, it is essential that they first develop their own skills in mindfulness practice experientially. The main aim of this 8-week Foundation course is to provide clinicians with the opportunity to personally practise and integrate the mindfulness and CBT skills used in MiCBT while learning the theoretical framework for these practices.
Earlybird rates available now.