Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) is an 8-week, research-based course that combines cognitive behavior therapy skills with mindfulness attitudes and practices to help participants relate differently to their inner experiences. It is an empirically supported approach to helping to prevent the relapse of chronic depression and it is also proving useful with anxiety.
MBCT is a skill building course meant to complement psychological treatment, and should not be considered a standalone therapy. If you are interested in taking an upcoming MBCT course, you must first register for a free initial consultation with the teacher to make sure the program is right for you. You can register online or call 913-735-5566 to schedule your consultation appointment.
Each participant in the course will receive:
- 20 total hours of instruction in MBCT, which includes carefully sequenced experiential exercises, guided meditations, group discussions, and mindful movement practices;
- A workbook with weekly handouts to reinforce the learning and provide support for home practice;
- Weekly home practice assignments;
- Access to all meditation audio recordings
- A parting gift to help participants sustain a mindfulness practice after the course ends
- Free participation in any future MBCT retreats sponsored by the course teacher
Join Certified MBCT teacher, Tracy Ochester, PsyD, RYT-200, 8 Wednesdays 10/3 – 11/21/2018 from 6 pm – 8 pm + Half Day Retreat Sunday 11/11 from 9 am – 1 pm at the Midwest Alliance for Mindfulness 11100 Ash St. Ste. 103 Leawood, KS 66211. The deadline to enroll is Friday 9/31/2018.
Fees are based on a sliding scale according to after tax household income. MAM members receive a discounted rate. Those who are able to pay more make it possible for providers to serve those with less. Payment in full is due by the course deadline and there are no refunds after this date. In the unlikely event that the course is cancelled, you will receive a full refund of the registration fee, but refunds will not be provided for any pre-arranged transportation, accommodations or other miscellaneous expenses.
|Net Household Income||Fee|
|$75 – 99,999||$650|
|$50 – 74,999||$600|
Continuing Education Credits:
Taking this course as a participant fulfills one of the requirements for becoming a Certified MBCT Teacher. MO & KS licensed mental health professionals can earn up to 20 continuing education units by participating in this course. MBCT is offered in partnership with Ochester Psychological Services, LLC, which manages payment and maintains all documents and records for this course.