MINDFULNESS-BASED COGNITIVE THERAPY
Eva Hahler, PhD C. Psych. Profession: Psychologist
Eva Hahler is a clinical psychologist and neuropsychologist and a yoga teacher for children, adolescents and adults. She has diverse experience across different hospital and healthcare settings in the assessment and treatment of psychological, neurodevelopmental and neurological conditions, with specific experience in CBT and mindfulness-based approaches for anxiety and mood disorders. She is currently working at the Toronto District School Board, where she is involved in initiatives for the implementation of mindfulness practices in the school system. She has completed mindfulness training for youth with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and autism spectrum disorder, as well as mindful parenting training with Dr. Susan Bögels, and has trained in MBCT facilitation at the Center for Mindfulness Studies.
(includes handouts and guided meditation download or CD)
Laura Lee Copeland, MD MBA FACEP
Laura Lee Copeland is an emergency physician and Director of Medical Informatics for Humber River Hospital. She has used mindfulness to manage stress in her own life for many years and enjoys sharing the journey with others who may benefit. She has trained in MBCT at the Centre for Mindfulness. She will be expanding her practice at the Centre and Humber River Hospital.
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Sept 11-Nov 6 6pm -8:30pm
Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy
Learn to manage anxiety & prevent the relapse of depression.
Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) is an evidence-based group therapy for preventing depressive relapse. It also reduces acute depression, anxiety and stress.
Mindfulness is a non-judgmental way of paying attention to the present moment. Cognitive Behaviour Therapy is designed to bring awareness to the habitual negative thinking that leads to depressive and anxious spirals. Combined, MBCT interrupts how we habitually react to situations, so we can choose to respond in more skillful ways. Research has demonstrated MBCT is as effective as antidepressants in the prevention of depressive relapse or recurrence. (Kuyken, 2015)
Participants Will Learn
A variety of practices to manage depression, anxiety and prevent relapse. By learning to identify the triggers and symptoms of anxiety and depression, participants can effectively address these issues as they arise in everyday life.
Who Should Attend
Individuals experiencing moderate anxiety or depression and people with a history of depression. See guidelines on whether MBCT or MBSR is right for you.
A commitment to attendance and home practice activities is required. If you are not able to attend the scheduled Session 4, or if you would have to miss more than two sessions in total, we recommend that you register for an MBCT program starting on a different date. And please note that, in order to receive an insurance receipt, you must attend a minimum of six sessions.
Fee: $520 (includes handouts and guided meditation download or CD)
Orientation & Interview: September 4, 2018 | 6pm – 9pm
Sessions 1-8*: September 11, 2018 – November 6, 2018 | 6pm – 8:30pm
* program skips Oct 2nd
NOTE: while it is important for participants to attend all sessions, Session 4 on October 9th is particularly important – if you are unable to attend this session, you should register for a different program offering
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