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5-Day MBCT Intensive Training & Retreat 16–304–01

Start: Sunday, October 23, 2016
At: Ontario Retreats & TTIs, ON
Fee: $2,350-$2,850 (as a charity, we do not charge HST)
Facilitator(s): Zindel Segal PhD & Patricia Rockman MD CCFP FCFP

Train to facilitate MBCT programs with guidance from Zindel Segal, one of its co-developers. This is the third module of our Core MBCT Facilitation Certificate Program.

Current treatments for depression provide relief for many people, yet they face significant challenges maintaining the benefits of treatment. This innovative 5-day intensive training and retreat will lead you through the program designed to prevent depressive relapse among people with a history of depression.

Based on the research of Zindel Segal, Mark Williams and John Teasdale and documented in their book Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy for Depression, this program combines the tools of cognitive therapy with the practice and clinical application of mindfulness meditation.

The heart of MBCT lies in acquainting patients with the modes of mind that often characterize depression while simultaneously inviting them to develop a new relationship to these modes. Using your personal mindfulness practice to inform your psychotherapy is a crucial part of this process.

Participants Will Learn
This training will combine elements of a clinical training workshop and a meditation retreat. You can expect to spend some periods in silence and others in active discussion and interaction. This program will follow a concentrated schedule, starting at 6:30 am and ending at 8 pm each day.

Who Should Attend
Enrolment is open to healthcare professionals who have a clinical background and a mindfulness meditation practice.

Five-Day Retreat: Sunday afternoon to Friday afternoon
4pm on October 23, 2016 – 2pm on October 28, 2016

Fee: $2,350 (double) – $2,850 (single)
As a registered charity, we do not charge HST. When you support us, you support our charitable initiatives. If you’d like to learn more, please see our Community Program.

This course has been accredited for up to 18 Mainpro-C and 11 Mainpro-M1 credits through the College of Family Physicians of Canada.