January 2019 | Starts week of Jan. 7 | Register now through Jan. 4
MBSR can help people who are coping with medical problems, job or family-related stress, and anxiety and depression. The majority of participants report lasting decreases in both physical and psychological symptoms. Pain levels improve and people learn to better cope with pain that may not go away. Most people also report an increased ability to relax, greater enthusiasm for life, improved self-esteem, and increased ability to cope more effectively with stressful situations.
Starts Jan. 9 | Register now through Jan. 7
Learn mindfulness practices to bring close attention to your mind, body, behaviors and patterns related to eating. The group support and skills offered in this program can provide a way to achieve a healthy weight that can be maintained for a lifetime.
Starts Jan. 16 | Register now through Jan. 11
Learn to step out of the fray and into the present moment with joy that can help you cope with a stress-inducing environment. Bring meditation practices teaching kindness, compassion, joy and balance into your busy life, helping to cultivate happiness and promote well-being.
January 2019 | Starts Jan. 15 | Register now through Jan. 11
Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) is a method of using meditation and yoga to cultivate awareness and reduce stress. It is based on the ancient practice of mindfulness, which is about waking up, being fully alive, and being present for the richness of each moment of our lives. Within this awakening, we gain access to our deepest inner resources for living, healing, and coping with stress.
In the MBSR Distance Learning course participants “meet” with their instructor and classmates once a week via telephone conference, from wherever they may be. This program is designed to deliver the same teachings and opportunity for group learning as our on-site MBSR program to those who are unable to visit our facility on a weekly basis, for reasons of scheduling difficulties, distance, or physical limitations.
Foundation Course – In-Person: Starts Jan. 14, 2019 | Register now through Jan. 11, 2019
Foundation Course – Online: Starts Feb. 11, 2019 | Register now through Feb. 8, 2019
Certification Course: Starts Jan. 28, 2019 | Register now through Jan. 18, 2019
CEUs available: ACCME, ACPE, ANCC, IACET, ICF
Become an Integrative Health Coach! Acquire the core coaching skills and competencies as you learn to incorporate them into professional practice. Duke’s IHCPT Program includes the Foundation Course and the Certification Course.
Starts Feb. 21 | Register now through Feb. 19
EFT is a mind-body-spirit self-care approach which involves tapping on acupuncture points while repeating emotionally-charged statements that relate to specific health issues. This workshop will be an intensive four-week experiential program featuring group tapping exercises and individual tapping demonstrations for a variety of topics.
March 2019 | Starts Mar 2 | Register now through Feb 28
Join with those currently enrolled in an MBSR or MBSR Distance Learning course for a full-day meditation intensive. Renew or deepen your mindfulness practice in a supportive retreat environment.
Pre-requisite: Completion of an MBSR course is required to register for this course.
Starts March 10 | Register now through March 7
Join Licensed Acupuncturist Janet Shaffer and Licensed Massage Therapist Kim Turk for a 3-hour workshop to learn about and experience many of these methods to determine if they work for you. People living with conditions such as chronic pain, slow-healing injuries, fibromyalgia, neuropathy, sciatica, muscle pain, joint pain, tendinitis, and bursitis may benefit from participating in this program.
Starts May 2 | Register now through April 26
CEUs available: ACCME, ANCC, IACET
This 2-day workshop is a comprehensive, experiential training based on James Pennebaker’s 30 years of research in writing to heal. The curriculum will provide easily adaptable lessons, activities, and guideposts for anyone working in the healthcare field — physicians, nurses, mental health professionals, hospice workers, health coaches, and others — to use with their clients and patients.
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