Eight-week series. Sundays, May 7th – June 25, 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM EST.
Increase your well-being and self-care in a safe, supportive eight-week online group!
Experiencing and Sharing with others in a structured and small group format Mind-body medicine focuses on the connection and interactions between the mind and the body, and the powerful ways we can use them to participate in our own health and healing. You will learn and practice a new mind-body skill each week and have the opportunity to apply it immediately in your life. We use a variety of techniques including breathing, meditation,movement, drawing, writing, guided imagery, and biofeedback to name a few. This affords a unique space to acknowledge, honor, and express the various aspects of your experience.
Benefits: reduced stress, increased relaxation and focus, and enhanced emotional awareness. Many past participants have had major life changes and report greater self- trust, resiliency, creativity and improved communication with friends, family and co-workers.
Cost: $400 (USD) for 8 weeks group a sliding fee scale with limited scholarships is available. Once you make contact with Gjorgji and register, you will pay through e-transfer or PayPal. No refunds once the group starts. (Limited to 10 participants) If interested contact: Gjorgji (Goce) Nikoloski, at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Group Facilitator: Gjorgji (Goce) Nikoloski, MD, graduated as a medical doctor in Skopje, Macedonia in 1982 and trained in Psychiatry from 1989-1992 in Belgrade, former Yugoslavia. He worked in the psychiatric department of a regional hospital Uzice, in Serbia from 1984-1992. After the civil war in the former Yugoslavia in 1992, he became involved with the International Red Cross and other international organizations in Macedonia
as a mental health professional, where he worked with refugees and internally displaced persons from 1992 – 1999.
Since 1999, Gjorgji has been a faculty member of The Center for Mind-Body Medicine and since then has attended workshops and trainings all over the world, training mental health professionals, teachers and psychologists. From 2002-2019, Goce worked with the Canadian Mental Health Association in Guelph, Ontario as a mental health professional. He has found mind-body approaches and techniques to be very useful in individual and group support among youth and adult populations, those experiencing mental health issues. Gjorgji with his positive and gentle approach and attitude has been a motivational listener, guide and teacher to his patients as well as to his co-workers. In the last few years as a member of the CMBM Faculty, he has led Mind-Body Skills Groups, led Professional Training Programs, and provided ongoing supervision for Certification candidates.
has been leading online Mind Body Skills Groups. As well as, providing
Gjorgji Nikoloski has been registered with OAMHP (Ontario Association of Mental Health Professionals) under Number: 2694 – G.