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Mind-Body Workshop in South Sudan

Mind-Body Workshop in South Sudan

The Center for Mind-Body Medicine traveled to Juba, South Sudan to lead a Mind-Body Workshop for residents in February 2019.

Mind-Body Medicine Workshop in Kenya

The Center for Mind Body Medicine conducted workshop sponsored by the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society (HIAS).

Happy Holidays

CMBM Founder and Executive Director, James S. Gordon, MD shares a holiday message.

Help Build Resilience in the Aftermath of Natural Disasters

Every month now, natural disasters devastate entire cities and regions. Across the country and around the world, hurricanes and fires, flooding and earthquakes are confronting millions of families with enormous trauma, loss, and hardship.

Teach Youth the Skills they Need to Make a Better World

Help CMBM equip schools to teach children the skills they need to overcome adversity, build resiliency, and thrive.

Bring Hope and Healing to Syrian Refugees on #GivingTuesday

Through our unique model, we are bringing hope and relief to refugees displaced by the civil war in Syria.

James Gordon - Grateful Blog

Grateful

There is so much to be grateful for.

Join Our Global Healing Community

Join Our Global Healing Community

We face a watershed moment. In the United States and around the world, social, economic and ethnic misunderstandings and divisions are widening. Individuals and populations are facing the mounting challenges of chronic illness, stress and trauma, natural disasters, and violence. Our hope, as well as our planet’s climate, are ever more endangered. We, the larger …

Running for the Mind

Everyone knows about the physical benefits of running, such as preventing and managing a range of health problems including heart disease, type 2 diabetes, and high blood pressure. But, as a healthy woman in my 20s, those benefits were hard for me to grasp. Telling myself, “If you go for this run today, you’ll decrease …

Gratitude and Wellbeing

Gratitude defies easy classification. It can serve as an emotion, a moral virtue and even a coping response. It is the overwhelming feeling of appreciation to someone or something outside of ourselves for something in our lives that we find beneficial. Gratitude has been prized as a virtue by most of the world’s religious traditions …