Upcoming Program
Advanced Training in Mind-Body Medicine

November 5-9, 2020 – Minneapolis, MN

Our Advanced Mind-body Medicine Training Program is the second step in the most complete experiential and didactic training in mind-body medicine available — anywhere. It is also the next step as we continue our commitment to working with you on your professional growth and development.

Please note this training is open only to those who completed the initial Professional Training Program in Mind-Body Medicine. Sorry – no exceptions!

Our Advanced Mind-body Medicine Training Program is the second step in the most complete experiential and didactic training in mind-body medicine available — anywhere. It is also the next step as we continue our commitment to working with you on your professional growth and development. This training teaches participants how to use CMBM’s mind-body medicine techniques with individuals, families, and in classrooms. Participants will also learn CMBM’s signature “Mind-Body Skills Groups,” complete with a detailed manual describing each session and discussing solutions to common issues that arise in groups.

After completing Advanced Mind-Body Medicine, participants can start supervision or the Certification process to further enhance their skills as they integrate our model into their work and their lives.

“The Advanced training helped me to identify the path by which I’ll bring this healing work to my community and to myself. This program has changed my life and given me a means to give that change to others.”

Serena Hasworth, MPH
Portland State University, Portland, OR

What you will learn

  • Organize and give a didactic presentation on one or more mind-body approaches.
  • Demonstrate the ability to lead a mind-body skills group.
  • Describe how to deal with different personalities in a group (i.e. people who are withdrawn or who talk excessively).
  • Outline how to deal with one’s own psychological issues in the context of a mind-body group.
  • Describe ways to regulate the timing of the pace when leading a group.
  • Explain how to integrate mind-body medicine into one’s own practice or institution.
  • Identify possible ways to establish a mind-body program.

Who should attend

Note: participation in this program is available only to persons who completed the Professional Training Program in Mind-Body Medicine fundamentals course.

  • Physicians and Physician Assistants
  • Nurses and Nurse Practitioners
  • Psychologists
  • Social Workers
  • Mental Health and Pastoral Counselors
  • Military & Veteran Providers
  • Coaches
  • Educators
  • Massage Therapists
  • Yoga Therapists

Learning objectives

Note: participation in this program is available only to persons who completed the Mind-Body Medicine Fundamentals course.

  • Physicians and Physician Assistants
  • Nurses and Nurse Practitioners
  • Psychologists
  • Social Workers
  • Mental Health and Pastoral Counselors
  • Military & Veteran Providers
  • Coaches
  • Educators
  • Massage Therapists
  • Yoga Therapists