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Training Update – 2014

Bruno Cayoun Alice Shires Due to increasing demand, we are happy to announce further training opportunities with the MiCBT Institute for 2014. 13-Sep-2014: Melbourne –  MiCBT for Chronic Conditions, Crisis Intervention & Relapse Prevention (2 days), with Bruno Cayoun The aim of this workshop is to introduce the integration of mindfulness training with core principles of …

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MiCBT Applied Course – Registration open!

We are pleased to announce that a 2nd Applied Course is scheduled for Canadian practitioners from January 2014. Given that this is an applied course during which you will be assisted in delivering the MiCBT programme to one or more persons, you will need a client base with which to practice.  This course will run …

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MiCBT Residential Retreat 22-27 November: 3 places remaining

Deepen your personal practice and understanding of mindfulness meditation and clinical implementation of MiCBT with most complex cases via a residential 5-day retreat.  Pre-requisites: participants must have completed an 8-week Foundation Course. Venue: This peaceful, private, waterfront retreat is surrounded by native garden and natural bushland with breathtaking views of Cygnet Bay, Tasmania. Delicious vegetarian meals …

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When It Comes to Workshops, it is All Too Easy to Get Complacent

By Daniel Jordan, published in Jack Hirose & Associates Summer Newsletter. If you’re reading this article chances are you’ve been to one or two Jack Hirose workshops. Over the years, Jack has brought in some of the big names in both Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (e.g. David Burns and Donald Meichenbaum) and mindfulness (e.g. Zindel Segal …

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Quit for Good – Hobart Counselling

A Hobart Counselling Wellbeing Course to help you stop smoking Do you want to quit smoking?  Then this is for you! We are running a smoking cessation group – 2-hours per week for 8-weeks that could change your life! Why don’t you come along and learn about quitting in a supportive and friendly group environment?Smoking …

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