Our trainings teach evidence-based techniques for emotional well-being and nutritional health. The Center for Mind-Body Medicine (CMBM) is the world’s largest, most effective program for healing population-wide psychological trauma. The CMBM model trains local service providers and community leaders to teach simple stress-relief and resilience-building skills in the context of small, supportive groups. When chronic or overwhelming, stress disrupts every physiological function and contributes in significant ways to every major psychological and physical disorder (including heart disease, immune disorders and pain syndromes, as well as depression, posttraumatic stress disorder, alcoholism and drug addiction).
Learn more about our professional development programs below.
Our trainings focus on practical techniques for self-care and mutual support. Learn the science and skills of meditation, guided imagery, biofeedback, and self-expression in words, drawings, and movement in classroom sessions and supportive, small group experiences.
Food As Medicine
Our Food As Medicine training is the nation’s leading introductory program in medical nutrition, providing a semester’s worth of nutrition care practices in just four days. We provide a curriculum for physicians, registered dietitians, and educators to bring back to their communities.
Mind, Mood, and Food
Our Mind, Mood, and Food seminar, a Food As Medicine Professional Training Program, explores the science of nourishing foods, gut health, epigenetics and mind-body practices that support healthy brains, and is taught by leading practitioners in this exciting and emerging field.
Partner with CMBM to bring a mind-body medicine program to your organization. Your team, hospital, school or community will experience the positive wellness of mind-body skills, movement, nutrition and culinary practices in a program customized just for you.