Mindfulness Training through the Brown Global Mindfulness Collaborative
Brown Mindfulness Center's is comprised of many of the world’s leading and well-established MBSR educational institutions. Coming together to realize a shared vision and dedicated to human flourishing, these organizations demonstrate a trustworthy level of commitment to the underpinnings of MBSR training, professional education, and research.
The integrity and fidelity of this collaborative are fully expressed in each of our partners. Through continued collaboration and the sharing of curricula, pedagogy and research methodology, the fields of MBSR and mindfulness-based interventions (MBIs) are strengthened. The Brown Global Mindfulness Collaborativeexemplifies the standards for MBSR and expands the fields of MBSR and MBIs through evidence-based research and experiential training and education.
In this collaborative, partners receive benefits from the Mindfulness Center at Brown University and also enjoy the collaboration with other partners, contributing to strategic initiatives with collective wisdom on a global scale.
Our Global Mindfulness Collaborative
ARGENTINA: Sociedad Mindfulness y Salud is an long-standing institution dedicated to the practice and teaching of mindfulness in Argentina, with a strong emphasis on mindfulness-based interventions and the integration of mindfulness and compassion in psychotherapy.
FINLAND: Center for Mindfulness (CFM), Finland Oy has grown to be the largest establishment providing a unique selection of mindfulness-based trainings, courses and retreats in Finland. Our well rooted international contacts, long experience and high quality standards make us the most competent provider of mindfulness in Finland.
FRANCE: The Association pour le Développement de la Mindfulness (ADM) promotes and disseminates mindfulness as a means toward better health and living, including Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR), MBCT (Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy) and other Mindfulness-Based Programs. Many of these programs, including MBSR, have been scientifically validated. The ADM offers training programs to teach MBSR, MBCT and other MBI, as well as retreats, workshops and conferences, providing mindfulness professionals with the opportunity to exchange ideas, programs, and the latest research. It is also a resource for those interested in mindfulness to find qualified educators in the field and a space for reflection and practice.
GERMANY: Center for Mindfulness (CFM), Germany is a growing provider, offering a unique selection of mindfulness-based trainings, courses and retreats. Our well rooted international contacts, long experience and high quality standards make us one of the most competent provider of mindfulness in Germany.
ITALY: Motus Mundi mission is to create a mindful society, and to promote a deep and authentic well-being. Founded in 2003, Motus Mundi is committed to develop mindfulness in the society in the field of health-care, education and corporate world. Motus Mundi offers international MBSR training programs, workshops and silent retreats for MBSR teachers, trained and in training.
MEXICO Since 2003, Instituto Mexicano de Mindfulness is dedicated to the development and implementation of Mindfulness-Based interventions, professional training and research, including MBSR, with the aim of promoting health and well-being across different sectors of society such as healthcare, institutions and education. The Institute has led and collaborated in research projects and professional training in different countries in Latin America, as well as the United States and Germany.
SPAIN: Nirakara is a Scientific Society dedicated to the Research, Education and Training in Cognitive Sciences. We develop, teach and train in different MBIs (Mindfulness-based Interventions) and in particular MBSR as a means of wholesome impact in clinical, educational, social and professional contexts. The research activities are carried out within Nirakara-Lab, a neuroscience and psychobiology laboratory focused mainly on the development of a physiological model of the embodied mind by studying the interaction between the dynamics of the brain and heart, as well as the respiratory and intestinal functions.
The expansion of Brown Mindfulness Center provides exciting opportunities for collaberation with other educational institutions, research centers, healthcare systems and like-minded organizations.
For information about becoming one of our strategic partners, please contact:
Dianne Horgan, Associate Director, Mindfulness Center
Florence Meleo-Meyer, Program Director, Global Relations and Professional Education