Mar 28, 2021 - Apr 2, 2021
The Whidbey Institute at Chinook
Mark A. Lau PhD, R Psych and Andrea Grabovac, MD, FRCP(C)
Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT), is an innovative, empirically validated treatment program designed to prevent relapse in people who have recovered from unipolar depression and has shown promise in the treatment of mood disorders more generally. Self-knowledge grounded in sustained meditative awareness is its central tenet. Based on the research of Drs. Zindel Segal, Mark Williams, and John Teasdale and documented in their bookMindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy for Depression, the program integrates 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 mood disorders while simultaneously inviting them to develop a new relationship to these modes. Patients learn to view thoughts as events in the mind, independent of their content and emotional charge. They need not be disputed, fixed or changed but are held in a more spacious awareness, large enough to contain aspects of the self deemed both broken and whole. Learn More.
|March 28-April 2, 2021 • Whidbey Institute, Clinton, WA|
|$200 “Early-Bird Discount” if you register and pay in full on or before January 28, 2021.||Early-Bird Rate
On or Before January 28, 2021
|On or After
January 29, 2021
|UC San Diego Faculty/ Staff||$1250||$1450|
|Room and Board Single Occupancy||$1000||$1000|
|Room and Board Double Occupancy||$750||$750|