Eight Week MBSR Online Course

with Angie Corogin, Mindfulness Educator

Stress isn’t just a feeling or a mental state; if you don’t address it, it seeps into every aspect of our life. One way to cope with stress is through the practices learned in Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction, or MBSR, an eight-week course that teaches how to use mindfulness in daily life.

Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction is proven to assist in changing habitual reactivity patterns in our mind and allows us to identify early signs of stress. This course hones in on our own stress reactivity and how to become more resilient and capable of responding to stressors in our life including; anxiety, chronic pain, stress, or illness. Other outcomes are; a deeper self-awareness allowing for better self-regulation, new healthy responses to use when encountering stress, improved confidence, a greater sense of wellbeing, and a deeper appreciation for life.

Mark Your Calendar

Orientation is February 22, 2021 5:30-8pm EST

All classes are the same time each week, 5:30pm-8pm EST

March 8, 15, 22, 29

April 5, 12, 19, 26

Including an all day online class, Saturday | April 10th | 8:30-4pm EST

Angie Corogin Mindfulness Educator

What others are saying about MBSR...

A. Snyder

NP-C, MSN; Nurse Practitioner

"One thing I definitely gained is increased patience. With interpersonal interactions, I find myself really stopping to think about my reaction and what prompted the emotion. I am giving people more of the benefit of the doubt. The wedge of awareness has had a huge impact on my ability to cope with stressors."

L. Menante

LMT

"This course was so beneficial that I am taking it again. MBSR has facilitated opening my mind up more to the possibility of more self observation through consistency and non judgment. Also learning the power of the practice when being in relationship with others. It has helped slow my reactivity time way down."

Stone S.

CAPM

"A greater sense of calm definitely was one of the results from practices. I felt really peaceful right after every meeting, even for an extended couple of days."

Kristie F.

College Professor

"This course has been a model of "good practices" in on-line teaching. I was at first apprehensive about a 2.5 hour evening class (major potential for falling asleep!), but the variation in activities, switching between personal practice, micro-teaching, small group and large group sharing, always keep me engaged."

Anne M.

Social Work, MSW, LISW

"I would highly recommend this course. I loved practicing these skills in the group setting. It was powerful to hear each others stories and how they were using these practices in their lives."

R. Montague

Reflexologist

"As you have stated many times I'm learning just as much from my peers in the class as from the curriculum; I love that aspect. I can't think of any other situation where I communicate at a deep level with almost strangers, and they do the same. I wonder what the world would be like if we all could start relationships that way."

Heath D.

Teaching Professor, Honors College, Ph.D.

“Thanks to this course, I find myself taking more time to respond to situations in which normally I would catastrophize.”

If you are a K-12 educator or staff, we have two options to help you earn credit to maintain your licensure:

1. You can apply to Ashland University for 2 or 3 graduate level credits. After registering here for the course, you will receive a link to pay Ashland for the credits.

2. If you are on a track to complete CEU's to maintain licensure, many LPDC will approve MBSR for CEU's. We suggest getting pre-approval for 60 hours.

3. Click here to register with Ashland University.

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