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Certified Mindfulness Diploma Course
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150 hours Mindfulness Diploma Online Course - Upon completion of this course you can work as a Mindfulness Practitioner either on a 1-2-1 basis or with groups of people, either in a therapy practice or in the workplace.

What's Included


  • There is no time limit for completing the course it can be studied in your own time at your own pace.
  • This course will take you up to 150 hours to complete working from home.
  • This course includes full tutor support. Our friendly course advisors are available via email 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to answer any questions that you might have.
  • Completed coursework can be delivered via email.
  • This course is fully certified via the IANLPC, upon completion of the course assessment you will receive your Mindfulness Diploma Certificates from the IANLPC and Centre of Excellence.
  • Upon completion of this course you can work as a Mindfulness Practitioner either on a 1-2-1 basis or with groups of people, either in a therapy practice or in the workplace.
  • The student will receive three certificates - one from the Centre of Excellence online, one from the IAHT and one from the IANLPC
  • Accredited by the CMA (Complementary Medical Association). Upon completion of the course the student will be able to gain membership to the CMA and then receive their professional accreditation.
Course Contents:
1. WHAT IS MINDFULNESS
1.1 The Concept
1.2 Deeper understanding
1.3 Buddhism
1.4 Mindfulness – the statistics
1.5 Reading
2. EGO – THE HABIT OF THINKING
2.1    What is the ‘ego’?
2.2   Don’t do drama!
2.3   Ego and the fear of change
2.4   Moving from the head to the heart
2.5   Ego and fear
2.6   The ego – summary
2.7   Reading
3. THE THREE KEY CONCEPTS OF MINDFULNESS
3.1   Awareness
3.2   Non-Judgment
3.3   Living in the present
3.4   Revisiting the past – negative reinforcement
3.5   Exercise – The power of now
3.6   Reading
4. MINDLESSNESS: ANXIETY & STRESS
4.1   Allowing the mind to control us
4.2   Awareness leads to emotional freedom
4.3   When our thoughts and feelings overwhelm us
4.4   Mindless suffering
4.5   Suffering/Grief
4.6   Reading
5. MINDFULNESS AND THE IMAGINATION (WORRY)
5.1   The imagination – a tool for development?
5.2   How negative thoughts affect the body & emotions
5.3   Positive imagining
5.4   Negative imagining
5.5   Exercise – Noticing and changing negative thinking
5.6   Reading
6. COMPASSION & BOUNDARIES
6.1   Introduction
6.2   Cultivating compassion and kindness
6.3   Mindful speech
6.4   Setting Mindful boundaries
6.5   Cultivating gratitude
6.6   Reading
7. MEDITATION – BEING IN THE MOMENT
7.1   Introduction
7.2   Mindful meditation – exercise
7.3   Transcendental meditation (TM)
7.4   Music & meditation
7.5   Guided meditation
7.6   Meditation classes: group meditation
7.7   Waking meditation
7.8   Meditation – summary
7.9   Reading
8. MINDFULNESS AS A THERAPY
8.1  Panic attacks
8.2   Obsessive compulsive disorder
8.3   Depression
8.4   Addiction
8.5   Mindfulness Therapies
8.6   MBCT
8.7   MBSR
8.8   Mindfulness therapy – summary
8.9   Reading
9. MINDFULNESS FOR OTHERS
9.1  Starting a Mindfulness group
9.2  Being part of a Mindfulness group
9.3  Mindfulness as a therapist
9.4  Teaching Mindfulness
9.5  Mindfulness as a business
9.6  Developing your own Mindfulness business
9.7  Attracting clients as a Mindfulness practitioner
9.8  Reading
10. MINDFULNESS IN THE WORKPLACE
10.1 The benefits of Mindful workers
10.2 Stress – a positive or negative factor
10.3 How to manage stress in the workplace
10.4 Mindfulness – the team builder
10.5 Mindful leadership/management
10.6 Mindfulness in the workplace – summary
10.7 Reading
11. DAILY MINDFULNESS TIPS
11.1 Managing your own stress/anxiety
11.2 Thinking vs feeling
11.3 ‘Editing’ your thinking: refining the mind
11.4 Mindful exercises
11.5 Daily Mindful moments
11.6 10 tips for daily Mindfulness
11.7 Being flexible
11.8 Mindfulness – summary

Description

Mindfulness – the statistics

There has been an explosion of research on what are known as ‘contemplative sciences’; Mindfulness is one of these types of science. All of the research that we have found reinforces the fact that Mindfulness, meditation and other contemplative sciences can significantly reduce symptoms of stress, anxiety and other nervous disorders.

An ICM Survey of GP’s in the UK made the following findings:

  • 72% of GPs think it would be helpful for their patients with mental health problems to learn Mindfulness meditation skills
  • 66% of GPs say they would support a public information campaign to promote the potential health benefits of Mindfulness meditation
  • 64% of GPs think it would be helpful to receive training in Mindfulness skills themselves.

This powerful course will teach you everything that you need to know about Mindfulness and how to start using the techniques and principles in your daily life. 

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