Experiences of recurrent depression and anxiety can leave one feeling exhausted, uncertain about how to move forward or get unstuck, and like life has lost its color. There are evidence based approaches that are effective and empowering to help you break free from patterns that contribute to repeated and prolonged episodes of depression and anxiety. MBCT (Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy) combines training in mindfulness meditation practices with principles from cognitive therapy. The heart of this work lies in becoming acquainted with the modes of mind that often characterize and contribute to mood states while simultaneously learning to develop a new relationship to them. Cultivating mindfulness offers possibilities and potential for living life in new ways; for learning new skills and wholly new ways of working with and befriending your mind.
Program begins with an Orientation: TBD (Eastern Time)
Orientation Zoom link:
Program Sessions: Day, dates and times TBD (Eastern Time)
NOTE: No program on June 24.
Full-day Retreat: Date TBD, 8:45 am to 4:30 pm (Eastern Time)
Teacher: Patti Holland, MS, CRC
Choose $300 or $565 or $725. Sliding scale “pay what you can” pricing. Please pay more, if you can, to help support those less able to pay.
Refunds are available after orientation, before the first session.
If you have questions about using the Zoom platform here are some instructions for Zoom.