We teach thousands to heal millions.

The Center for Mind-Body Medicine creates communities of hope and healing. We have the world’s largest, most effective, evidence-based program for healing population-wide psychological trauma and stress. We bring together a variety of techniques drawn from the world’s healing traditions as well as modern medicine to help whole populations learn to heal themselves.

The Center for Mind-Body Medicine is the only organization with a program so comprehensive, effective, and easily translatable across cultures, that is capable of reaching whole populations. Published studies on our work show 80-90% reductions in PTSD after ten weeks of our Mind-Body Skills Groups.

We train a critical mass of health professionals, educators, and community leaders in our unique mind-body medicine model of self-care, self-awareness, and group support; they in turn integrate our model into their communities and use it with the populations they serve, allowing us to benefit millions of people.


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traumatology_coverPress Release: August 17, 2016

APA publication, Traumatology publishes CMBM study on positive results of mind-body skills groups on PTSD in adults in Gaza

A new study of The Center for Mind-Body Medicine’s (CMBM) program for treating psychological trauma reveals a greater than 80% decrease in PTSD symptoms of adults in Gaza, the Palestinian territory devastated by war and conflict. The study, the first of any therapeutic intervention with war traumatized adults in Gaza, was published this week in the American Psychological Association journal, Traumatology. It also demonstrates that those who participated in mind-body skills groups (MBSGs) over a ten-week period had significant improvements in depression, anxiety and overall quality of life improvements, which were maintained at a 10-months follow-up.

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