Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction—An Eight-Week Online Program

with Cynthia Morin

May 23rd—July 18th

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  • $125 Program Price
  • $150 Patron Price
Room: Meditation Hall

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Mindfulness-based stress reduction is an eight-week program that offers secular, intensive mindfulness training to assist people with stress, anxiety, depression and pain. It is a practical approach which trains attention, allowing people to cultivate awareness and therefore enabling them to have more choice to take wise action in their lives.

Developed at the University of Massachusetts Medical Center in the 1970s by Professor Jon Kabat-Zinn, MBSR uses a combination of mindfulness meditation, body awareness, yoga, and exploration of patterns of behavior, thinking, feeling and action.

CEU credit is available for healthcare professionals.

Cynthia MorinAbout the Instructor
Cynthia Morin RN, MPH, MSN completed the University of Massachusetts Center for Mindfulness' Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) Teacher Development Intensive September 2016. As a Palliative Care Nurse Practitioner (NP), she incorporated the practice of mindfulness in her work with seriously ill and dying patients and in her staff and patient education programs at the VA in Martinez, CA. Ms. Morin has extensive experience in health care including certifications as an Adult NP, Psychiatric Mental Health NP and Palliative Care NP. 

Program Price: $125

For more information contact Robert Fox, education [at] berkeleyshambhala [dot] org

Please register and pay online in advance to receive the link for the class as well as all pertinent information. 

About Zoom
This program will be presented on the Zoom platform. It is available for computers, smart phones, and tablets. You will need to download the free app on your device before joining the session. Once it is loaded, click the link and follow the prompts to join the session.

It is best to join 5 minutes in advance so that you are set up when the session begins.

And, make certain that your mic is muted when you join to avoid background noises which are multiplied with many participants.

Learn more about Zoom here: https://zoom.us

You can find is a list of Zoom FAQs at this link