Mindfulness Certification

10.00 hours
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£ 100.00

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About the Mindfulness Certification

The Mindfulness course provides a comprehensive introduction to the art of mindfulness and the real life physical and emotional benefits that it offers to those who practise it.

From learning about mindfulness history, through to the situations it can help with, and exercises to follow and practise, students will receive a thorough grounding in this simple but highly effective antidote for the stress of modern life.

This online mindfulness course provides students with the opportunity to cover the mindfulness diploma’s curriculum in their own time and at their own pace. Most students are able to complete the course in a reasonable amount of time while continuing to work full time.

As this course is online, this diploma is accessible from any device with an internet connection, and you will have access to online support throughout your study.

Before completing the mindfulness course, you must pass a comprehensive test, covering the curriculum in detail, which will lead to the award of your diploma. You can download and print the diploma yourself at home, or we can post it to you for a small additional cost.

Course Content & Overview

  • 1.1 Definition and History of Mindfulness – 15m 58s
  • 1.2 Introduction
  • 1.3 Lack of Mindfulness in our Daily Lives
  • 1.4 What is Mindfulness and how is it Relevant to our Lives?
  • 1.5 Why do we Need to Silence the Mind and Intentionally Direct our Energies?
  • 1.6 History and Origins of Mindfulness
  • 1.7 Mindfulness in the 21st Century
  • 1.8 Mindfulness Meditation Practices
  • 1.9 Step-by-Step Guide to Performing Mindfulness Meditation
  • 1.10 Meditation Practice 2
  • 1.11 Meditation Practice 3
  • 1.12 Task
  • 1.13 Module Summary
  • 2.1 Meditation Practices, Therapies and Benefits Part I – 15m53s
  • 2.2 Introduction
  • 2.3 Mindfulness Meditation at its Core
  • 2.4 The Physiology of Meditation
  • 2.5 Meditation also Boosts Creativity and Reduces Depression
  • 2.6 Meditation can Help Reverse the Effects of Ageing
  • 2.7 Regular Meditation Promotes Better Sleep
  • 2.8 Meditation helps Reduce Hypertension
  • 2.9 Meditation Improves Breathing
  • 2.10 Meditation Helps Improve Skin Health
  • 2.11 Meditation can Help Chemotherapy Patients
  • 2.12 Assignment
  • 2.13 Module Summary
  • 3.1 Video Meditation Practices, Therapies and Benefits Part 2 – 6m38s
  • 3.2 Introduction
  • 3.3 MBSR Techniques and Therapies
  • 3.4 The Importance of MBSR and MBCT
  • 3.5 Mindful Stretching and Yoga Postures Recommended in the MBSR Programme
  • 3.6 Awareness Exercises Included in MBSR Programmes
  • 3.7 How to Ride Out your Emotions – Part of MBSR Training
  • 3.8 Walking Meditation in MBSR Training
  • 3.9 Mindfulness Training
  • 3.10 Mindfulness-based Stress Reduction for Addiction
  • 3.11 MBSR, MBRP and MBCT
  • 3.12 Assignment
  • 3.13 Module Summary
  • 4.1 Meditation Practices, Therapies and Benefits Part 3 – 6m42s
  • 4.2 Introduction
  • 4.3 Integrating Mindfulness into Psychiatric Treatments
  • 4.4 MBSR as a Healing Modality
  • 4.5 Self-Efficacy and Confidence
  • 4.6 How Emotions Impact Health – Specifically in Relation to Cancer
  • 4.7 Anger and High Blood Pressure
  • 4.8 Seven Foundations of Mindfulness Practices
  • 4.9 Self-blame is One of the Major Causes of Guilt and Shame.
  • 4.10 Assignemnt
  • Module Summary
  • 5.1 Mindfulness-based Interventions – Applications and Benefits – 16m 03s
  • 5.2 Introduction
  • 5.3 How Mindfulness Impacts us in Different Ways
  • 5.4 Comparison and Contrast between MBSR and MBCT
  • 5.5 MBCT is essentially an Adapted Version of MBSR
  • 5.6 The Key Benefit of MBCT
  • 5.7 A Note on Psychoneuroimmunology
  • 5.8 MBCT as a Healing Tool for Depression
  • 5.9 Anxiety and MBSR Training
  • 5.10 MBSR Training Programmes
  • 5.11 Assignment
  • 5.12 Module Summary
  • 6.1 Mindful Parenting; Mindfulness and Meditation Practices; How to become a Mindfulness Instructor – 5m 55s
  • 6.2 Introduction
  • 6.3 Principles of Mindful Parenting
  • 6.4 Important Aspects of Mindful & Engaged Parenting
  • 6.5 Mindful Parenting Tips
  • 6.6 Mindfulness Tips for Beginners
  • 6.7 How to become a Mindfulness Instructor in the UK
  • 6.8 Assignment
  • 6.9 Module Summary
  • 7.1 Experiences of Mindfulness – 6m 28s
  • 7.2 Introduction
  • 7.3 How Mindlessness has Negatively Impacted on the Quality of Our Lives
  • 7.4 The Four Foundations of Mindfulness
  • 7.5 Mindfulness is an Excellent Way to Reconnect with Yourself
  • 7.6 Myths Regarding Meditation
  • 7.7 Benefits of Meditation: Why Should We Meditate?
  • 7.8 Meditation and Stress Reduction
  • 7.9 Assignment
  • 7.10 Module Summary
  • 8.1 Mindfulness and Self-Exploration – 6m 22s
  • 8.2 Introduction
  • 8.3 Mindful Tasks
  • 8.4 Mindful Eating
  • 8.5 Mindfulness and Self-Esteem
  • 8.6 The Mindful Way to Forgive Yourself
  • 8.7 Mindfulness-based Training for Victims of Domestic Abuse
  • 8.8 Mindfulness and Emotional Trauma
  • 8.9 Mindfulness and Emotional Regulation
  • 8.10 Assignment
  • 8.11 Module Summary
  • 9.1 Mindfulness in our Daily Lives and Mindful Leadership – 6m 03s
  • 9.2 introduction
  • 9.3 Mindfulness Applications in our Everyday Lives
  • 9.4 Meditation and Mindfulness Practices
  • 9.5 Exercise 1
  • 9.6 Exercise 2
  • 9.7 Exercise 3
  • 9.8 Exercise 4
  • 9.8 Exercise 5
  • 9.9 Exercise 6
  • 9.10 Exercise 7
  • 9.11 Exercise 8
  • 9.12 Exercise 9
  • 9.13 Exercise 10
  • 9.14 Mindfulness and Leadership
  • 9.15 Ideas on How to Nurture Effective Conversation Skills using Mindfulness Strategies
  • 9.16 Importance of Mindful Leadership
  • 9.17 How to Obtain MBSR Certification
  • 9.18 Assignment
  • 9.19 Module Summary
  • 9.20 End of Course Test
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    There are no entry requirements to taske this course. Anyone who has an interest in learning more about this subject matter is encouraged to take the course. 

    You can begin your course as soon as your payment has been successfully processed.

    You can study the course any time you like. Simply log in and out of the web based course as often as you require. The course is compatible with all computers, tablet devices and smart phones so you can even study while on the move!

    Once you have completed all of the modules there is a multiple choice test. The questions will be on a range of topics found within the modules. The test, like the course, is online and can be taken a time and location of your choosing.

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