Habit Change
October 19

Habit Change


ONLINE

6-week course



Program Description

Anxiety? Procrastination? Stress Eating?
Do you feel stuck in patterns that keep you from living your life?

In the chaos of our everyday lives, we often run on auto-pilot, finding ourselves caught in unhealthy habit patterns such as overeating, spending endless time online, getting angry, or stuck in worrying thoughts.

This 6-session course is based on the work of psychiatrist and neuroscience researcher Judson Brewer, MD, PhD., and integrates both ancient wisdom and new learnings from neuroscience.  Learn more about Dr. Jud and his innovative program.

Mindfulness-Based Habit Change introduces you to a step-by-step approach:

  1. Become aware of habit loops
  2. Bring mindfulness to your experience to explore the results of your actions
  3. Tune-in to the effects of healthy, life-sustaining habits

Our time together will be interactive, with discussion and breakout groups, journaling, meditations, readings, goal setting, and reflections. Participants will receive materials for daily home practice including guided meditations, articles, reflections, journal prompts, and links to other videos. We will also ask that participants access the free version of one of three of Dr. Brewer’s Habit Change apps. Purchase of the apps is welcome, but is not required. Participants can learn more about the apps here.

Recommended Reading: Unwinding Anxiety: Train Your Brain to Heal Your Mind

 

 

SCHEDULE

Tuesdays, October 19 – November 23
4pm – 6pm PST

TEACHER

Robin Boudette & Lish Dorosin

LOCATION

Offered Live Online. Zoom link will be sent to you by email once you register.

COST

Tuition is offered on a sliding scale ($325-$550). We also offer payment plans and a limited number of scholarships for each program. No need to apply; simply choose the amount that’s right for your budget.

 

 

Register for this program

Choose Your Registration Type:

Stress Reduction & Wellness
Learning Meditation
Using Mindfulness in my Work
Becoming a Mindfulness Teacher
Referring my clients/patients
Living with chronic illness
Recovery from trauma




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