Ultimate Mindfulness Online Bundle, 10 Certificate Courses

Manage Stress And Anxiety Through Mindfulness

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Manage Stress And Anxiety Through Mindfulness - 10 Courses in this Bundle

  1.  Mindfulness,

  2. Mindful Mental Health

  3.  Mindful Nutrition

  4.  Mindfulness for Children

  5.  Mindfulness Based CBT

  6.  Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction MBSR

  7.  Meditation

  8.  Yoga

  9.  Kundalini Yoga and Hypnotherapy

  10.  Cognitive Techniques for Stress Management

1. Mindfulness: Manage Stress And Anxiety Through Mindfulness

How to manage stress and anxiety in yourself and others, by adopting a Mindful approach

Mindfulness is a modern concept, which describes the adoption of a new mindset, which can measurably alter ones outlook and mood and is used as an empowering tool in the self-management of anxiety and stress.

Mindfulness is the practice of being aware in every possible moment while keeping a non-judgmental outlook and at the same time observing your own bodily and emotional responses. Many businesses and individuals are introducing powerful Mindfulness techniques into their daily routines to help relieve stress in the workplace and to keep a positive outlook and to help adopt a more productive approach to life.

To do this you should begin to observe the ‘self’ and any reactions to situations and others in a dispassionate way. In other words, not be a slave to our own thoughts and the emotions that they generate, but to step back and assess before the usual reaction takes place.

Mindfulness is about taking a ‘holistic’ approach to mind, body and spirit. So to fully practice Mindfulness, it is important to look at oneself as a spiritual being. Because of this new outlook, practices such as Meditation, Yoga and Tai Chi can also be utilised to bring calm and peace to the mind and body, while employing a more detached and philosophical-spiritual outlook.

This powerful course will teach you everything that you need to know about Mindfulness and how to start using the techniques and principles in your daily life. Whether you are looking to use the Mindfulness techniques to help yourself or others, upon completion of this course you can work as a Mindfulness Practitioner either on a 1-2-1 basis or with groups of people, either in a therapy practice or in the workplace.

Who would benefit from this course?

The practice of mindfulness is something that everyone can benefit from. Being able to consider a situation and your own thoughts before acting is a powerful skill. It can aid you in both your personal and professional life – giving you the ability to make decisions based on fact, rather than emotion.

The course is particularly useful to those with conditions such as depression, stress, and anxiety, as it provides practical techniques to overcome negative thoughts and feelings, in a way that is lasting, sustainable, and holistic.

Upon successful completion of the Mindfulness Certificate Course, you can work as a Mindfulness Practitioner either on a 1-2-1 basis or with groups of people. Counsellors, practitioners, and other mental health professionals will be able to use the knowledge gained in the course to better help their patients, by offering a holistic approach to health care that has proven results.

2. Mindful Mental Health: Practice The State Of Mindfulness

The Mindful Mental Health Course takes a specific look at how the practice of mindfulness can be used alongside other medical treatments and lifestyle changes to help sufferers of various mental health disorders.

The course starts by explaining the physiology of the mind and the definition of mental health and well-being, how and why issues arise, and how they are currently treated. The practice of mindfulness is then introduced; giving the history and theory behind the practical aspects of this type of self-help process, as well as why it is important to treat mental health problems in a holistic way, along with discussing how physical health and mental well-being are linked.

From this solid base, the course moves into teaching the basic first steps to mindfulness for mental health and progresses onwards, to talk about various mental health problems and how mindfulness can be used in each step of treatment: coping, recovery and long term management.

The Mindful Mental Health Course concludes by teaching the importance and methods used to obtain a state of mindful awareness; aiding sufferer’s ability to really know their mind and recognise destructive thoughts and patterns that exacerbate mental health problems and how to overcome these obstacles.

Who would benefit from this course

This course is essential for those with conditions such as depression, stress, and anxiety, who will find the contents within to be of great help in their own plights. Counsellors, practitioners, and other mental health professionals will be able use the knowledge gained in the course to better help their patients, by offering a holistic approach to healthcare that has proven and lasting results.

3. Mindful Nutrition: Learn About Healthy, Clean And Mindful Eating

In the Western world we have lost control. We generally grow up richer, with more possessions than the human race has ever seen, we don’t usually go hungry and we have developed a culture of instant gratification.

No longer do we eat in response to just our real hunger – our emotions, habits and behaviours and the addictive properties that are now added to everyday foods play a huge part in our mindless eating.

Whether you have been yo-yo dieting for most of your life, are interested in learning about clean eating or want to help others to get off the dieting bandwagon, Mindful Nutrition is the course for you!

There is an overwhelming link between our minds, our bodies and the food in which we eat. Yet without education and stillness of thought we barely recognise the connection.

We rush into each day, eat over processed foods and worry about our weight and body image. Every town is filled with fatty foods, temptation and every supermarket aisle filled with foods that are harming our body, mood and mental health.

There are a number of exercises within the course that are entirely personal to you. They are designed to reform your thinking patterns, on a subconscious basis, as we work through the course. This learning style will ensure that you get the very best from the course and the contents within it.

Who would benefit from the course?

This Mindful Nutrition Certificate course would benefit us all and addresses all of the habits that we are raised to embrace, it addresses how you can quieten your own mind and fuel your body properly. We talk of mindfulness, nutrition and how the two are linked. The contents of the course will change your view of food forever, along will preparing you to show others the way back to eating with awareness.

4. Mindfulness for Children: Equip Your Child With The Tools And Benefits Of Mindfulness

Mindfulness is often thought of as something that is used only by adults; in particular, to help with stress, anxiety, and depression. This course aims to help children to benefit from practising mindfulness and arm them with techniques that will help them to handle negative emotions better, and give them tools that they can use throughout their lives.

The Mindfulness for Children Course discusses stress. This includes: the symptoms of stress, the factors that can contribute to a child becoming stressed, why stress exists, and the effects on the brain. We then explain how mindfulness can help counteract these effects and simple ways that it can be brought into the daily routine of a child as easily it can be in an adult’s life, with similar positive effects.

You will learn what mindfulness and mediation are, along with how they are different, how a child can practice both, and what the benefits of each are. We give practical meditation exercises and a list of other simple, one-minute exercises, which are ideal for children to practice.

You will learn about the brain and its ability to create new neural pathways to adapt. This shows that while you may be used to thinking in a certain way, it is possible to change. It is also an interesting study into how our mind takes on new information and develops with us.

It is important to take time out and stop living on autopilot, becoming more mindful of our lives, rather than being swept up in it. We give you techniques to help you and your child do this and advice and tips on how to gain a more fulfilling life through mindfulness.

In a world where we are taught to strive for more and are presented with negative messages of the self and of the world through the various media outlets to which we subscribe, this module brings us back to the beautiful simplicity of appreciating what we have. Children can have great wants and needs, to be taught to appreciate what they have and be grateful for all they receive is a powerful life lesson. We provide you with 2 guided mediations and a 30-day gratitude journal, to help students to practice gratitude.

The course provides exercises designed for children, for practicing mindfulness and helping self-confidence. We also provide 101 affirmations to choose from, for your children to use to quell the negative voice and bring positivity to their subconscious beliefs and inner-most thoughts.

Who would benefit from the course?

The Mindfulness for Children Certificate Course requires no prerequisite knowledge, so is immediately accessible, no matter whether students have studied this subject before or have never heard of it.

The course is designed for parents and others responsible for the care of children, to learn about mindfulness to then aid children in using the practice and gaining the benefits of doing so, all of which are explained in the course materials. As the course gives students a good basic understanding of mindfulness and mediation, care-givers can themselves use the information to begin their own mindfulness practice and to use as a foundation to go onto further study in this area.

5. Mindfulness Based CBT: Learn How Mindfulness Based CBT Can Improve Your Life

MBCT is based on the Mindfulness-based Stress Reduction (MBSR) eight week program, developed by Jon Kabat Zinn in 1979 at the University of Massachusetts Medical Center.

Research shows that MBSR is enormously empowering for patients with chronic pain, hypertension, heart disease, cancer, and gastrointestinal disorders, as well as for psychological problems such as anxiety and panic.

Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy grew from this work. The MBSR program has been adapted so it can be used especially with people who have suffered repeated bouts of depression in their lives.

Mindfulness is a modern concept, which describes the adoption of a new mindset, which can measurably alter ones outlook and mood and is used as an empowering tool in the self management of anxiety and stress. Many businesses and individuals are introducing powerful Mindfulness techniques into their daily routines to help relieve stress in the work place and to keep a positive outlook and to help adopt a more productive approach in life.

Mindfulness is the practice of being aware in every possible moment, while keeping a non-judgmental outlook and at the same time observing your own bodily and emotional responses.

Who would benefit from this course?

This powerful course will teach you everything that you need to know about Mindfulness based CBT and how to start using the techniques and principles in your daily life.

The UK National Institute of Clinical Excellence (NICE) has endorsed MBCT as an effective treatment for prevention of relapse. This powerful course will teach you everything that you need to know about Mindfulness based CBT and how to start using the techniques and principles in your daily life. Research has shown that people who have been clinically depressed 3 or more times (sometimes for twenty years or more) find that taking the program and learning these skills helps to reduce considerably their chances that depression will return.

6. Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction MBSR: Combat Negative Thoughts Through MBSR

The Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) Course has been created to give those who suffer from stress, whether constantly or occasionally, the tools to combat negative thoughts and turn the mind into a weapon of positivity that will help you to reclaim your life.

The course does this through giving you both the knowledge of how and why certain techniques work along with how to do them and incorporate them easily into your daily routine.

We all suffer from stress and anxiety at times in our lives. For some, this is a fleeting condition that comes and goes with particular life events for others it is a daily struggle whose affects can be debilitating and hard to overcome; building up until even usually insignificant things can seem impossible to get through. No matter how often you feel the affects of stress and how powerfully, stress is a state of mind, which, left unchecked, can quickly turn into a physical condition.

The course gives students an in-depth look into what Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) is. This includes information on its origins and the practice of mindfulness, deep breathing, and meditation and their affects on the mind and body. Students are invited to practice mindfulness following exercises.

The Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Course covers mindfulness-based cognitive therapy and meditation; explaining what they are, the differences between them (and how phrases like ‘mindfulness meditation’ can be confusing), and the benefits to your mind and body of practising each.

Stress and anxiety create a negative chemical change in your brain, in a similar, but opposite, way practising mediation and being mindful can also create a positive chemical change. Students will learn exactly what these changes are, and will be introduced to more techniques that will help them to cultivate the habits of meditation and mindfulness.

For chronic sufferers of stress, the reaction to negative triggers can have damaging affects on the body and mind. The MBSR Course discusses these effects and, conversely, the positive effects of a mindful practice, along with imparting practical techniques that can be employed the moment the feeling of stress comes on.

Students are provided with practical, illustrated yoga techniques that they can practice themselves and combine with mediation techniques, to more affectively de-stress both the mind and the body. Stress can easily manifest itself as a result of miscommunication with the people in your life or because an individual finds it difficult to communication certain things.You will learn how to become a better at communicating so that conflicts can be rectified before they can become lasting problems.

As mindfulness-based cognitive therapy (MBCT) is at the core of this course, students will be guided through the structure of an 8-week programme in MBCT. This imparts not only a theoretical knowledge but a practical one also.

Knowing that there are so many people who have been where you’ve been and want to be, where you are now can inspire you to want to help others. With this in mind this course guides students through setting up their own MBSR practice, should they wish to impart their newly-found knowledge and make it an even bigger part of their lives.

Who would benefit from the course?

The Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) Certificate Course is something that can benefit everyone, though the focus is on those who suffer from stress, anxiety and/or depression, and want to be able to help themselves in a way that is lasting, sustainable, and holistic/medicine-free.

The course will also be beneficial to those who know someone who is going through the aforementioned conditions and may wish to study with them, as a support to them. Likewise, the course proves as an excellent study source for those in caring professions and those who wish to use what they have learned to help in their careers.

7. Meditation: Refocus And Reach Your True Potential Through Meditation

How often do you truly relax and feel a state of calmness - free from wandering thoughts and the stresses of everyday life? Even when you do have some time spare, do you use that time proactively to relax? Spending just 20 minutes a day meditating can have a dramatic effect on your physical, psychological and even spiritual health – enabling you to refocus and reach your true potential. With 13 modules and 10 videos, the Meditation Course shows you how.

Studying the course, you’ll explore what meditation is and is not, and how it can still your inner dialogue, help you to get in touch with your emotions and handle negative thoughts and behaviours with positivity and efficiently. You’ll discover all the ways meditating can benefit you. The course covers the physical benefits such as decreasing muscle tension and reducing anxiety, psychological benefits like building self-confidence and increasing productivity, and even the benefits to spiritual development such as increased awareness and a deeper understanding of the self.

With a focus on helping you to monitor, understand and properly process your thoughts and feelings, meditation crosses over into the practice of mindfulness. The Meditation Course explores this relationship and how you can use both to balance your mind and live a life of positivity. The course also explains the body’s energy system, how meditation affects this and how this helps the mind, body, and spirit.

Of course, you will be guided through the practical aspects of how to meditate, what you can do to prepare to meditate, and how to start the practice and develop it depending on your needs and goals. Along with basic forms of meditation that help you get into the mindset and process of meditating, mindful, transcendental, and concentration meditation types are covered extensively.

In addition to opening you up to the benefits, principles, and practices of a variety of meditation types, the Meditation Course also guides you through setting up, marketing and running your own meditation groups.

Who would benefit from this course?

Meditation benefits everyone who practices it, for numerous reasons. The Meditation Certificate Course has been designed in such a way that it can be taken by anyone, no matter whether you have a lapsed meditation practice that you would like to re-establish or if you have never heard of meditation before. It is also a very beneficial course to take alongside other personal development courses, such as Mindfulness and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy.

In addition to being personally beneficial, the course also gives you the tools you need to become a Meditation Practitioner and set up your own business offering meditation classes to customers.

8. Yoga: Learn Benefits Of Yoga In Your Daily Life

The more you embrace Yoga, the more you will feel its benefits in your daily life. From complete beginner in yoga, guided through movements and postures to energise the body and rejuvenate the spirit.

Postures are designed to develop flexibility, suppleness, inner awareness and controlled relaxation of the mind and body. This course will show you how you can create mental, emotional and physical harmony.

To give students visual demonstrations of the poses discussed, the course is accompanied by video tutorials, which you will gain access to upon enrolling on the course.

The following topics are taught in the videos:

  • Seating Poses
  • Standing Poses Sanskrit
  • Standing Poses
  • Seating Poses Sanskrit

Benefits of Yoga

Yoga means 'union' and it is the calm control of mind and body through breathing and gentle movement.

Its essence is inner harmony, peace and calm – golden gifts in today’s stressful world. This course is simple and straightforward to study – a thorough insight into the joys of Yoga for the absolute beginner.

9. Kundalini Yoga: Heal Grow And Change Through Kundalini Yoga

This powerful Kundalini Yoga Course will start you on the rich, transformative journey of this practice. From the techniques and disciplines you’ll learn throughout this course you will be empowered to heal, grow and change both yourself and the world around you.

The course begins by teaching you what Kundalini yoga is, what it’s philosophies are and where it came from – including a little about how Yogi Bhajan brought it to the West. The numerous benefits of incorporating Kundalini yoga into your life are highlighted and you will broaden your knowledge of the Chakras, which are an integral part of this practice.

Pranayama (breathing techniques) and chanting, lie at the heart of Kundalini yoga. You will be guided through three essential Pranayama – ‘Breath of Fire’, ‘long deep breathing’ and ‘alternate nostril breathing’ and several important Kundalini mantra chants that are used at the start and end of each Kundalini yoga session. You will learn how to chant in unison with breathing and movement, to channel the flow of energy through the mind-body circuit, and employ simple techniques to ready yourself to practice and to regain focus during chanting when the mind goes adrift.

To practice Kundalini yoga, it is essential to understand kriyas, mudras, bandhas, and asanas. To stimulate and direct the flow of energy you will use mudras, bandhas, and asanas, which are various postures of the hands and body. Kriyas uses these in various sets, along with breath and sound, to work towards a specific outcome. Each of these important components is fully described within the course and illustrated examples of those that are most commonly practised are provided.

The purpose of the Kundalini Yoga Course is to increase your understanding of the practice and then to do it. You will be guided through what to expect when you start practising and how to be successful in this. You will take your first steps by considering the type of clothing to wear when practising, the diet you can follow, and safety aspects, such as warming up and preparing the body beforehand, you will also learn how each Kundalini session should begin and end.

You will be introduced to the three kriyas, which although basic and appropriate for beginners, are still considered to be essential for every practitioner and will set the foundation for your Kundalini yoga practice. Fully explained and illustrated, you will learn a ‘Kriya to get your energy moving’, a ‘Kriya for Spinal Energy’ and a ‘Nabhi Kriya to Set the Navel Centre’.

With this strong foundation in place, the course broadens your understanding of the practice even further by guiding you through an additional four kriyas, which are designed to aid inner vitality and stamina, digestion, sleep, and pain relief. You will also learn a basic breath series, a meditation for releasing stress, and a series of Kundalini Yoga postures to clear the Chakras.

Who would benefit from this course?

This fascinating course is for anyone looking to learn just how powerful Kundalini yoga can be. You must be prepared to read and absorb the information contained within and to carry out the exercises illustrated, to really get the most from the course and to gain a positive start to your journey in Kundalini yoga.

Kundalini yoga is described as the ‘yoga of the householder’ as, while it does have a spiritual element at its core, it provides practical, down-to-earth tools that everyone can use to become more able to cope with stress, fatigue, addictive or disserving behaviours, and all the other ills of modern life.

The course is also a great aid for practising yogis who are interested in expanding their knowledge and learning something new.

10. Hypnotherapy and Cognitive Techniques for Stress Management: Learn Hypnotherapy And Cognitive Techniques To Manage Stress

This comprehensive and insightful course will teach you a wide variety of powerful Hypnotherapy and Cognitive techniques aimed at managing stress.

The course is absolutely packed with information about how stress occurs, the science behind its effects, and how the brain can be used to combat it, which is followed by a huge number of practical techniques, from several disciplines, that can be used to manage stress and live a healthier life.

The course opens with a module that aims to help students understand stress in its many guises. It talks of the many ways stress can affect us – both physically and mentally (including its effects on the gut, and ‘the second brain’), why we become stressed, and even how stress can be considered a good thing when managed effectively.

Students learn about the body and its physical reaction to stress, with detailed explanation and exercises that can be performed, to aid understanding. The Hypnotherapy and Cognitive Techniques for Stress Management in Business Certificate Course gives students a comprehensive understanding and insight into the functions and power of the brain. This also includes suggestions on how to improve the health of your brain and discusses various concepts of how the brain functions in business settings.

Students will get a comprehensive understanding of hypnotherapy; covering its history, what it is and isn’t, how it works, the science behind it, and the types of hypnosis available. We provide students with a practical, step-by-step guide to self-hypnosis.

More incredible tools, which are often used in conjunction with CBT (known as Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy or MBCT), mindfulness and meditation. Both practices are introduced, with the benefits of each explained, as well as how they can be incorporated into daily life, to combat or even avoid stress and anxiety.

It is commonly known that taking time to concentrate on breathing can help when dealing with a stressful situation, physically, emotionally, and mentally, but most of us don’t know how to properly apply breathing techniques. You will get a greater understanding of why breathing helps and then continues to provide various breathing techniques, along with when and how to use each.

Neuro-Linguistic Programming (commonly known as NLP) techniques are explained and how these can help in improving your mind-set and reaching personal goals, as well as providing plenty of exercises for students to work through, to concretize understanding.

The course talks more about the mind, how it works, and how to recognise and change negative thoughts using cognitive strategies. It also covers a wide range of advanced techniques that can be used to help manage stress in any situation.

Who would benefit from the course?

This course is perfect for those that are looking to work with businesses to help them reduce stress in the workplace.

Approved and endorsed by ILM – the Institute of Leadership and Management (a division of City & Guilds) this course is ideal for therapists looking to take their Hypnotherapy skill set to the next level by helping others to reduce stress in their lives; whether that is in a therapy setting or by working with businesses to help their employees.

Stress in the work place can lead to employees being off work for large amounts of time on paid leave. This course is ideal for those that are looking to work with businesses to help them reduce the stress in the workplace and therefore reduce staff absenteeism. A must for every therapists tool kit, a powerful combination of Hypnotherapy and Cognitive Reprogramming techniques.

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Ultimate  Mindfulness Bundle, 10 Courses includes the following courses, below is a summary of each course: 

Course 1 - Mindfulness

Module 1: What is Mindfulness?

  • Introduction to Mindfulness
  • Part 1: What is Mindfulness
  • Part 2: Mindfulness – Statistics
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: Ego – The Habit of Thinking

  • Part 1: What is the ego?
  • Part 2: Moving from the head to the heart
  • Part 3: Ego and Fear
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: The Three Key Concepts of Mindfulness

  • Part 1: Introduction to 3 Key Concepts
  • Part 2: Awareness
  • Part 3: Non-judgement
  • Part 4: Living in the Present
  • Part 5: Revisiting the Past – Negative Reinforcement
  • Part 6: Exercise – The Power of Now
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Mindlessness – Anxiety and Stress

  • Part 1: Allowing the Mind to Control Us
  • Part 2: Awareness Leads to Emotional Freedom
  • Part 3: When our Thoughts and Feelings Overwhelm Us
  • Part 4: Mindless Suffering
  • Part 5: Suffering/Grief
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Mindfulness and the Imagination

  • Part 1: The Imagination – a Tool for Development?
  • Part 2: Positive and Negative Imagining
  • Part 3: Exercise – Noticing and Changing Negative Thinking
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: Compassion and Boundaries

  • Part 1: Introduction to Compassion and Boundaries
  • Part 2: Mindful Speech
  • Part 3: Setting Mindful Boundaries
  • Part 4: Cultivating Gratitude
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: Meditation – Being in the Moment

  • Part 1: Introduction to Meditation
  • Part 2: Mindful Meditation – Exercise
  • Part 3: Different Types of Meditation
  • Part 4: Meditation – Summary
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: Mindfulness as a Therapy

  • Part 1: Introduction to Mindfulness as a Therapy (One to One)
  • Part 2: Panic Attacks & OCD
  • Part 3: Depression & Addiction
  • Part 4: Mindfulness Therapies
  • Part 5: Mindfulness as a Therapy – Summary
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: Mindfulness for Others

  • Part 1: Introduction to Mindfulness for Others
  • Part 2: Mindfulness as a Therapist
  • Part 3: Mindfulness as a Business
  • Part 4: Attracting Clients as a Mindfulness Practitioner
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10: Mindfulness in the Workplace

  • Part 1: Benefits of Mindful Workers
  • Part 2: Stress
  • Part 3: Mindfulness – Team Building & Leadership
  • Part 4: Mindfulness in the Workplace – Summary
  • Module 10 Assessment

Module 11: Daily Mindfulness Tips

  • Part 1: Introduction to Managing Stress & Anxiety
  • Part 2: Thinking vs Feeling
  • Part 3: Editing Your Thinking – Refining the Mind
  • Part 4: Mindful Forms of Exercise
  • Part 5: Daily Mindful Moments
  • Part 6: Ten Tips for Daily Mindfulness
  • Part 7: Mindfulness – Summary
  • Module 11 Assessment

Course 2 - Mindful Mental Health

Module 1: Mental Health

  • Part 1: Mental Health
  • Part 2: The Effect of Medication
  • Part 3: Neurotransmitters
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: Mindfulness

  • Part 1: What is Mindfulness
  • Part 2: The History of Mindfulness
  • Part 3: The Physiology of Mindful Living
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Holistic Health – The Link

  • Part 1: What is Holistic Health?
  • Part 2: Environmental Factors
  • Part 3: Thoughts, Feelings and Beliefs
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Physical Health

  • Part 1: Food
  • Part 2: Exercise
  • Part 3: Allergens and Stimulants
  • Part 4: The Thyroid
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Becoming Mindful

  • Part 1: Becoming Mindful
  • Part 2: Meditation
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: Mindfulness and Depression

  • Part 1: Mindfulness and Depression
  • Part 2: How Depression is Diagnosed
  • Part 3: Cognitive Behaviour Therapy for Depression
  • Part 4: Depression and Diet
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7 Stress and Anxiety

  • Part 1: Stress
  • Part 2: Anxiety
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: Mindful Awareness

  • Part 1: Gratitude
  • Part 2: Practising Gratitude
  • Part 3: Examining Thoughts
  • Part 4: RAIN – In The Mind
  • Module 8 Assessment

Course 3 - Mindful Nutrition

Module 1 Mindfulness

  • Part 1: What is Mindfulness?
  • Part 2: Cognitive Behaviour Therapy
  • Part 3: Meditation
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2 Nutrition

  • Part 1: Nutrition
  • Part 2: Ethical Eating
  • Part 3: Basic Nutrition for Physical Health
  • Part 4: Body Image
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3 Mindful About Food

  • Part 1: The Concept
  • Part 2: Environmental Effects on Eating
  • Part 3: Eating Disorders
  • Part 4: The Benefits of Mindful Eating
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4 Cultivating Mindful Nutrition

  • Part 1: Cultivating Mindful Nutrition
  • Part 2: Mindful Eating in Practice
  • Part 3: The Informed Choice
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5 Food Awareness

  • Part 1: Getting Everything You Need
  • Part 2: Food and Feelings – The Unavoidable Link
  • Part 3: A Shift in Attitude
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6 Mental Wellness

  • Part 1: Body Image
  • Part 2: Eating and Stress
  • Part 3: Depression
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7 Food for Health

  • Part 1: Food for Health
  • Part 2: Targeted Eating
  • Part 3: Thyroid Care
  • Part 4: Food Allergies and Intolerances
  • Part 5: Healthy Options and Replacements
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8 Mindful For Life

  • Part 1: Setting Up For Success
  • Part 2: Meal Planning
  • Part 3: Food Preparation
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: Mindful Nutrition Therapy

  • Part 1: Mindful Nutrition Therapy
  • Part 2: The Art of Listening
  • Part 3: Your Business Plan
  • Part 4: Running a Small Business – The Law
  • Final Assessment

Course 4 - Mindfulness for Children

Module 1: The Devastating Effects of Stress on Children

  • Part 1: Long-lasting Impact of Stress
  • Part 2: Stress and Brain Changes
  • Part 3: Mindfulness Studies With Children
  • Part 4: Juice/Beverage Ceremony Mindfulness Exercise
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: Mindfulness For Children Versus Mindfulness for Adults

  • Part 1: What do you believe?
  • Part 2: Meditation Defined
  • Part 3: Health Benefits of a Regular Meditative Practice
  • Part 4: Adapting the Concept of Mindfulness for Children
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: The Brain and Neuroplasticity

  • Part 1: Stretching Your Creativity
  • Part 2: Neuroplasticity of the Child’s Brain
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Simplifying Your Life

  • Part 1: Why you shouldn’t try to “Do It All”
  • Part 2: Put the Tech Down
  • Part 3: Culture of “Super-Kids”
  • Part 4: The Effects of Rushing Your Child Through Life
  • Part 5: How To Simplify Your Child’s Life
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Using the Imagination

  • Part 1: Creativity and IQ
  • Part 2: Rule Number 1 – Keep it Simple and Give Yourself Permission to Dream
  • Part 3: Simple Breathing Exercises
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: The Magic of Expressing Gratitude

  • Part 1: Teaching Children About the Power of Gratitude
  • Part 2: Mindfulness of Breathing Buddhist Meditation
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: Practicing Mindful Eating

  • Part 1: Paying Attention to Food
  • Part 2: Practicing Mindful Eating
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: Mindfulness Exercises For Children

  • Part 1: Cloud Car Visualisation
  • Part 2: Mindful Breathing
  • Part 3: Gratitude Game
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: Meditation Exercises for Children

  • Part 1: Meditation Exercise for Self-Confidence
  • Part 2: The Secret Garden of the Mind
  • Part 3: Have Fun Meditation Exercise
  • Part 4: The Super Hero Meditation
  • Part 5: The “I AM” Exercise

Module 10: How to Establish a Personal Mindfulness Practice For Your Child

  • Part 1: Suggestions and Tips
  • Part 2: Pleasant Events Calendar
  • Module 10 Assessment

Course 5 - Mindfulness Based CBT

Module 1: Brief Introduction to Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

  • Part 1: What is CBT?
  • Part 2: Principles of CBT
  • Part 3: The Process of CBT
  • Part 4: What Conditions can be Treated with CBT?
  • Part 5: Why CBT is an Effective Treatment
  • Part 6: Summary
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: The Basics of CBT

  • Part 1: Understanding Automatic Thoughts
  • Part 2: Evaluating automatic thought patterns in automatic thoughts
  • Part 3: Identifying distortions in automatic thoughts
  • Part 4: Core beliefs
  • Part 5: Summary
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Approaches to Cognitive Change through CBT

  • Part 1: Understanding Thoughts, Moods and Behaviours
  • Part 2: Evaluating Negative Automatic Thoughts
  • Part 3: Identifying and Correcting Negative Distortions
  • Part 4: Understanding Your Thoughts
  • Part 5: Behavioural Experiments
  • Part 6: Summary
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: CBT Approaches to Behavioural Change

  • Part 1: Self-Monitoring Therapy
  • Part 2: Exposure Therapy
  • Part 3: Behavioural Experiments
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Alternative CBT Approaches

  • Part 1: Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT)
  • Part 2: Why is MBCT an effective approach?
  • Part 3: Acceptance and Commitment Therapy
  • Part 4: Dialectical Behaviour Therapy
  • Part 5: Meta-Cognitive Therapy
  • Part 6: Summary
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: CBT in Practice

  • Part 1: How to Know if CBT is for You
  • Part 2: Finding a Qualified CBT Therapist
  • Part 3: The First Visit
  • Part 4: Understanding a CBT Session
  • Part 5: How Many CBT Sessions to Take?
  • Part 6: How to Prepare for a CBT Session
  • Part 7: CBT for Children
  • Part 8: Common Barriers in CBT
  • Part 9: Practising CBT along with Medication and Other Treatments
  • Part 10: Issues to Consider after CBT
  • Part 11: Summary
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: What is Mindfulness?

  • Part 1: The Concept
  • Part 2: Mindfulness – Statistics

Module 8: Ego – The Habit of Thinking

  • Part 1: What is the Ego?
  • Part 2: Ego and the Fear of Change
  • Part 3: Summary

Module 9: The Three Key Concepts of Mindfulness

  • Part 1: Introduction
  • Part 2: Non-judgement
  • Part 3: Living in the Present

Module 10: MBCT

  • Part 1: What is MBCT?
  • Part 2: Does It Work?
  • Part 3: How will Mindfulness Practice Help Me?
  • Part 4: What is Depression?
  • Part 5: Why do we remain vulnerable to depression?
  • Part 6: How Does Mindfulness Help Reduce Downward Mood Spirals?
  • Part 7: Self-constructed Barriers and Mindfulness
  • Part 8: Summary
  • Module 10 Assessment

Course 6 - Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction MBSR

Module 1 - The Origin of Mindfulness

  • Part 1: Mindfulness Defined
  • Part 2: Founder of Mindfulness
  • Part 3: Mindfulness and Deep Breathing
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2 - Meditation and the Practice of Awareness

  • Part 1: Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy
  • Part 2: Meditation – A Two-Step Process (Samatha and Vipassana or Calming and Wisdom)
  • Part 3: Mindfulness Versus Meditation
  • Part 4: What Does it Mean to be Mindful?
  • Part 5: Coffee or Tea Ceremony Mindfulness Exercise
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3 - Cultivating Mindfulness

  • Part 1: Mindfulness and the Brain
  • Part 2: How the Brain Processes Stress and Anxiety
  • Part 3: Mindful Eating
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4 - Rewiring the Stress Response

  • Part 1: Autonomic Nervous System / Parasympathetic Nervous System
  • Part 2: Diaphragmatic Breathing – The Healing Power of Breathing
  • Part 3: Systematic Relaxation
  • Part 4: Coping with Stress, Responding Versus Reacting
  • Part 5: The Devastating Effects of Stress
  • Part 6: Mindfulness at Google and Other Companies
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5 - Mindful Movement

  • Part 1: What is Mindful Movement?
  • Part 2: Mindful Yoga Exercises
  • Part 3: Alternate Yoga Sequence
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6 - Nonviolent Communication

  • Part 1: The Process of Communication
  • Part 2: Conflict Resolution
  • Part 3: Non-Violent Communication – A Language of Compassion
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7 - Working With Resistance - Dealing with Physical and Emotional Pain

  • Part 1: Mindfulness and Chronic Pain
  • Part 2: Releasing the Pain Visualization Exercise
  • Part 3: Choosing to Live Well with Pain and Illness
  • Part 4: 22 Ways to Reduce Stress During the Workday
  • Part 5: Laughter
  • Part 6: The Balanced Wheel of Life Exercise
  • Part 7: How to Use Laughter in Your Everyday Life
  • Part 8: Mindfulness Meditation
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8 - Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy

  • Part 1: What is MBCT?
  • Part 2: Outline of an Eight-Week Program
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9 - How to Use MBSR in Your Everyday Life

  • Part 1: Why Worrying is a Waste of Time
  • Part 2: Loving Kindness Meditation
  • Part 3: Setting An Intention For the Day
  • Part 4: Leaving the Stress Behind for the Day
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10 - Setting Up Your Own MBSR Practice

  • Part 1: Setting up your Practice
  • Part 2: Consent Forms
  • Part 3: Conclusion

Course 7 - Meditation

Module 1. Introduction to Meditation Practice

  • Part 1: What is meditation?
  • Part 2: Are we addicted to keeping busy?
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2. The Mind’s Influence on Our Emotions

  • Part 1: The Mind’s Influence on Our Emotions
  • Part 2: Impatience and overthinking
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3. Benefits of Meditation

  • Part 1: Benefits of Meditation
  • Part 2: Summary
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4. Mindfulness and Meditation

  • Part 1: Mindfulness and Meditation
  • Part 2: Summary – how Mindfulness supports meditation
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5. The Body’s Energy System

  • Part 1: The Body’s Energy System
  • Part 2: The aura – our energy body
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6. Preparing to Meditate

  • Part 1: The right place
  • Part 2: The right time
  • Part 3: Sitting comfortably
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7. Types of Meditation

  • Part 1: The right practice for you
  • Part 2: Mindful meditation
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8. Mindful Meditation

  • Part 1: Mindfulness – the foundation of Mindful meditation
  • Part 2: Staying in the present moment
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: Transcendental Meditation

  • Part 1: What is TM?
  • Part 2: Reaching a state of altered consciousness – transcending
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10. Concentration Meditation

  • Part 1: What is Concentration meditation?
  • Part 2: CM and the breath
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 10 Assessment

Module 11. Other Types of Meditation

  • Part 1: Breathing meditation
  • Part 2: Sound meditation
  • Part 3: Guided visualisation
  • Module 11 Assessment

Module 12. Your Meditation Practice

  • Part 1: Your Meditation Practice
  • Part 2: Meditation – summary
  • Module 12 Assessment

Module 13: Starting a Meditation Group

  • Part 1: Starting a meditation group
  • Part 2: Create your network
  • Part 3: Finding a suitable venue
  • Part 4: Meditation Course – Summary
  • Module 13 Assessment

Course 8 - Yoga

Module 1: What is Yoga?

  • What Is Yoga?
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: Where Does Yoga Come From?

  • Where Does Yoga Come From?
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Overview of the Many Schools of Yoga

  • Overview of the Many Schools of Yoga
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Benefits of Breathwork and Bandhas

  • Benefits of Breathwork and Bandhas
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Yoga Movement - Asana and its Benefits

  • Asana and its Benefits
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: Warm Up Postures

  • Warm Up Postures
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: Standing Postures

  • Part 1: Standing Postures
  • Part 2: Standing Postures
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: Forward Folding Postures

  • Part 1: Forward Folding Postures
  • Part 2: Forward Folding Postures
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: Backbending Postures

  • Part 1: Backbending Postures
  • Part 2: Backbending Postures
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10: Side Bend Postures

  • Side Bend Postures
  • Module 10 Assessment

Module 11: Twisting Postures

  • Twisting Postures
  • Module 11 Assessment

Module 12: Closing Postures

  • Closing Postures
  • Module 12 Assessment

Module 13: Hatha Yoga Practice

  • Hatha Yoga Practice
  • Module 13 Assessment

Module 14: Ashtanga Yoga Practice

  • Ashtanga Yoga Practice
  • Module 14 Assessment

Module 15: Iyengar Yoga Practice

  • Iyengar Yoga Practice
  • Module 15 Assessment

Module 16: Beginner Yoga Sequence 1 and 2

  • Beginner Yoga Sequence 1 and 2
  • Module 16 Assessment

Module 17: Intermediate Yoga Sequence

  • Intermediate Yoga Sequence
  • Module 17 Assessment

Module 18: Savasana and Final Meditation Practice and Benefits

  • Savasana and Final Meditation Practice and Benefits
  • Module 18 Assessment

Module 19: Yoga for Stress Relief and Weight Loss

  • Yoga for Stress Relief and Weight Loss
  • Module 19 Assessment

Course 9 - Kundalini Yoga

Module 1 - The Foundations of Kundalini Yoga

  • Introduction
  • Part 1: What is Kundalini Yoga?
  • Part 2: Why practise Kundalini Yoga?
  • Part 3: The Seven Major Chakras & Aura Chakra
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2 - Essentials: Breath and chanting

  • Part 1: Breathing techniques
  • Part 2: Chanting
  • Part 3: Popular Kundalini Chants
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3 - Essentials: Kriyas, Mudras & Bandhas

  • Part 1: What is a Kriya?
  • Part 2: Common meditation poses
  • Part 3: Bandhas (Body Locks)
  • Part 4: Practising them all together (Sat Kriya)
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4 - How to Start a Practice

  • Part 1: What to consider when starting
  • Part 2: How to start and end your Kundalini practice
  • Part 3: Kundalini Yoga Safety
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5 - Kundalini Kriyas for Beginners

  • Part 1: Kriya to get energy moving
  • Part 2: Kriya for Spinal Energy
  • Part 3: Kriya to Set the Navel Centre (Nabhi Kriya)
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6 - Further Kriyas & Exercises

  • Part 1: Kriya for Inner Vitality and Stamina
  • Part 2: Kriya for Conquering Sleep
  • Part 3: Basic Breath Series
  • Part 4: Meditation for Releasing Stress
  • Module 6 Assessment
  • Conclusion

Course 10 - Hypnotherapy and Cognitive Techniques for Stress

Module 1 - The Long-Lasting Effects of Stress

  • Part 1: Effects of Emotional Strain and Anxiety in Your Life
  • Part 2: Anxiety and Fear – The Fight or Flight Response
  • Part 3: The Gut / Brain Connection
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2 - Rewiring the Stress Response

  • Part 1: Autonomic Nervous System / Parasympathetic Nervous System
  • Part 2: Systematic Relaxation
  • Part 3: Pleasant Events Calendar
  • Part 4: Why Worrying is a Waste of Time
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3 - The Power of Your Amazing Brain

  • Part 1: What is it About My Brain?
  • Part 2: What is the Structure and Functioning of the Brain?
  • Part 3: The Divisions of the Brain
  • Part 4: How Can I Get Brain Fit?
  • Part 5: The Brain and Business – What Can We Learn from
  • Part 6: Focus, Concentration, and Alertness
  • Part 7: The Concept of Mindfulness
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4 - A Basic Understanding of Hypnotherapy

  • Part 1: What is Hypnosis / Hypnotherapy?
  • Part 2: What hypnosis is NOT
  • Part 3: Brief History of Hypnosis
  • Part 4: How Does Hypnosis Work?
  • Part 5: Getting the Mind and Body in Sync
  • Part 6: The Science Behind Hypnosis
  • Part 7: Types of Hypnosis
  • Part 8: Managing Stress With Hypnosis
  • Part 9: Step-by-Step Guide To Hypnotizing Yourself
  • Part 10: Ease Away Stress Read Aloud Self-Hypnosis Script
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5 - Cognitive Techniques

  • Part 1: What is Cognitive Behavioural Therapy?
  • Part 2: The vicious cycle of anxiety
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6 - Meditation and Mindfulness to Manage Stress

  • Part 1: Meditation Versus Mindfulness
  • Part 2: Popular Mindfulness Techniques
  • Part 3: Mindfulness to Manage Stress
  • Part 4: Mindfulness to Enhance Personal Well-Being
  • Part 5: What is MBSR?
  • Part 6: Mindfulness and Emotional Intelligence
  • Part 7: Body Scan Meditation
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7 - Building Resilience in the Workplace

  • Part 1: Resilience and Link to Wellness and Well-Being
  • Part 2: Mindfulness and Management Styles
  • Part 3: Identifying Behaviours That Would Benefit From Mindfulness Techniques
  • Part 4: 10 Ways to Build Resilience
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8 - The Power of Breathing

  • Part 1: Benefits of breathing
  • Part 2: How should you breathe?
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9 - NLP Techniques

  • Part 1: NLP Overview
  • Part 2: NLP Pre-Suppositions
  • Part 3: NLP Anchors
  • Part 4: NLP in the Workplace
  • Part 5: Technique Number 1 – NLP Behavioural Modeling
  • Part 6: Technique Number 2 – The Meta Model
  • Part 7: Technique Number 3 – Rapport Building Technique
  • Part 8: Technique Number 4 – NLP Reframing
  • Part 9: Technique Number 5 – NLP Sub-modalities
  • Part 10: Technique Number 6 – Timeline Therapy
  • Part 11: Technique Number 7 – Self-Hypnosis Exercise
  • Part 12: NLP Cheat Sheet
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10 - The Power of Communication

  • Part 1: The Process of Communication
  • Part 2: Non-Violent Communication – A Language of Compassion
  • Part 3: Four Components of the Non-Violent Communication Model
  • Module 10 Assessment

Module 11 - Cognitive Techniques for Stress Management

  • Part 1: Why Your Thinking May be Flawed
  • Part 2: Tools for Change
  • Part 3: Stress Questionnaire
  • Part 4: Effective Stress Management
  • Module 11 Assessment

Entry requirements

Students must have basic literacy and numeracy skills.

Minimum education

Open entry. Previous schooling and academic achievements are not required for entry into this course.

Computer requirements

Students will need access to a computer and the internet. 

Minimum specifications for the computer are:

Windows:

  • Microsoft Windows XP, or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Internet Explorer 8 or later, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

MAC/iOS

  • OSX/iOS 6 or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

All systems

  • Internet bandwidth of 1Mb or faster
  • Flash player or a browser with HTML5 video capabilities(Currently Internet Explorer 9, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

Students will also need access the following applications:

Adobe Acrobat Reader

About this Course

Manage Stress And Anxiety Through Mindfulness - 10 Courses in this Bundle

  1.  Mindfulness,

  2. Mindful Mental Health

  3.  Mindful Nutrition

  4.  Mindfulness for Children

  5.  Mindfulness Based CBT

  6.  Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction MBSR

  7.  Meditation

  8.  Yoga

  9.  Kundalini Yoga and Hypnotherapy

  10.  Cognitive Techniques for Stress Management

1. Mindfulness: Manage Stress And Anxiety Through Mindfulness

How to manage stress and anxiety in yourself and others, by adopting a Mindful approach

Mindfulness is a modern concept, which describes the adoption of a new mindset, which can measurably alter ones outlook and mood and is used as an empowering tool in the self-management of anxiety and stress.

Mindfulness is the practice of being aware in every possible moment while keeping a non-judgmental outlook and at the same time observing your own bodily and emotional responses. Many businesses and individuals are introducing powerful Mindfulness techniques into their daily routines to help relieve stress in the workplace and to keep a positive outlook and to help adopt a more productive approach to life.

To do this you should begin to observe the ‘self’ and any reactions to situations and others in a dispassionate way. In other words, not be a slave to our own thoughts and the emotions that they generate, but to step back and assess before the usual reaction takes place.

Mindfulness is about taking a ‘holistic’ approach to mind, body and spirit. So to fully practice Mindfulness, it is important to look at oneself as a spiritual being. Because of this new outlook, practices such as Meditation, Yoga and Tai Chi can also be utilised to bring calm and peace to the mind and body, while employing a more detached and philosophical-spiritual outlook.

This powerful course will teach you everything that you need to know about Mindfulness and how to start using the techniques and principles in your daily life. Whether you are looking to use the Mindfulness techniques to help yourself or others, upon completion of this course you can work as a Mindfulness Practitioner either on a 1-2-1 basis or with groups of people, either in a therapy practice or in the workplace.

Who would benefit from this course?

The practice of mindfulness is something that everyone can benefit from. Being able to consider a situation and your own thoughts before acting is a powerful skill. It can aid you in both your personal and professional life – giving you the ability to make decisions based on fact, rather than emotion.

The course is particularly useful to those with conditions such as depression, stress, and anxiety, as it provides practical techniques to overcome negative thoughts and feelings, in a way that is lasting, sustainable, and holistic.

Upon successful completion of the Mindfulness Certificate Course, you can work as a Mindfulness Practitioner either on a 1-2-1 basis or with groups of people. Counsellors, practitioners, and other mental health professionals will be able to use the knowledge gained in the course to better help their patients, by offering a holistic approach to health care that has proven results.

2. Mindful Mental Health: Practice The State Of Mindfulness

The Mindful Mental Health Course takes a specific look at how the practice of mindfulness can be used alongside other medical treatments and lifestyle changes to help sufferers of various mental health disorders.

The course starts by explaining the physiology of the mind and the definition of mental health and well-being, how and why issues arise, and how they are currently treated. The practice of mindfulness is then introduced; giving the history and theory behind the practical aspects of this type of self-help process, as well as why it is important to treat mental health problems in a holistic way, along with discussing how physical health and mental well-being are linked.

From this solid base, the course moves into teaching the basic first steps to mindfulness for mental health and progresses onwards, to talk about various mental health problems and how mindfulness can be used in each step of treatment: coping, recovery and long term management.

The Mindful Mental Health Course concludes by teaching the importance and methods used to obtain a state of mindful awareness; aiding sufferer’s ability to really know their mind and recognise destructive thoughts and patterns that exacerbate mental health problems and how to overcome these obstacles.

Who would benefit from this course

This course is essential for those with conditions such as depression, stress, and anxiety, who will find the contents within to be of great help in their own plights. Counsellors, practitioners, and other mental health professionals will be able use the knowledge gained in the course to better help their patients, by offering a holistic approach to healthcare that has proven and lasting results.

3. Mindful Nutrition: Learn About Healthy, Clean And Mindful Eating

In the Western world we have lost control. We generally grow up richer, with more possessions than the human race has ever seen, we don’t usually go hungry and we have developed a culture of instant gratification.

No longer do we eat in response to just our real hunger – our emotions, habits and behaviours and the addictive properties that are now added to everyday foods play a huge part in our mindless eating.

Whether you have been yo-yo dieting for most of your life, are interested in learning about clean eating or want to help others to get off the dieting bandwagon, Mindful Nutrition is the course for you!

There is an overwhelming link between our minds, our bodies and the food in which we eat. Yet without education and stillness of thought we barely recognise the connection.

We rush into each day, eat over processed foods and worry about our weight and body image. Every town is filled with fatty foods, temptation and every supermarket aisle filled with foods that are harming our body, mood and mental health.

There are a number of exercises within the course that are entirely personal to you. They are designed to reform your thinking patterns, on a subconscious basis, as we work through the course. This learning style will ensure that you get the very best from the course and the contents within it.

Who would benefit from the course?

This Mindful Nutrition Certificate course would benefit us all and addresses all of the habits that we are raised to embrace, it addresses how you can quieten your own mind and fuel your body properly. We talk of mindfulness, nutrition and how the two are linked. The contents of the course will change your view of food forever, along will preparing you to show others the way back to eating with awareness.

4. Mindfulness for Children: Equip Your Child With The Tools And Benefits Of Mindfulness

Mindfulness is often thought of as something that is used only by adults; in particular, to help with stress, anxiety, and depression. This course aims to help children to benefit from practising mindfulness and arm them with techniques that will help them to handle negative emotions better, and give them tools that they can use throughout their lives.

The Mindfulness for Children Course discusses stress. This includes: the symptoms of stress, the factors that can contribute to a child becoming stressed, why stress exists, and the effects on the brain. We then explain how mindfulness can help counteract these effects and simple ways that it can be brought into the daily routine of a child as easily it can be in an adult’s life, with similar positive effects.

You will learn what mindfulness and mediation are, along with how they are different, how a child can practice both, and what the benefits of each are. We give practical meditation exercises and a list of other simple, one-minute exercises, which are ideal for children to practice.

You will learn about the brain and its ability to create new neural pathways to adapt. This shows that while you may be used to thinking in a certain way, it is possible to change. It is also an interesting study into how our mind takes on new information and develops with us.

It is important to take time out and stop living on autopilot, becoming more mindful of our lives, rather than being swept up in it. We give you techniques to help you and your child do this and advice and tips on how to gain a more fulfilling life through mindfulness.

In a world where we are taught to strive for more and are presented with negative messages of the self and of the world through the various media outlets to which we subscribe, this module brings us back to the beautiful simplicity of appreciating what we have. Children can have great wants and needs, to be taught to appreciate what they have and be grateful for all they receive is a powerful life lesson. We provide you with 2 guided mediations and a 30-day gratitude journal, to help students to practice gratitude.

The course provides exercises designed for children, for practicing mindfulness and helping self-confidence. We also provide 101 affirmations to choose from, for your children to use to quell the negative voice and bring positivity to their subconscious beliefs and inner-most thoughts.

Who would benefit from the course?

The Mindfulness for Children Certificate Course requires no prerequisite knowledge, so is immediately accessible, no matter whether students have studied this subject before or have never heard of it.

The course is designed for parents and others responsible for the care of children, to learn about mindfulness to then aid children in using the practice and gaining the benefits of doing so, all of which are explained in the course materials. As the course gives students a good basic understanding of mindfulness and mediation, care-givers can themselves use the information to begin their own mindfulness practice and to use as a foundation to go onto further study in this area.

5. Mindfulness Based CBT: Learn How Mindfulness Based CBT Can Improve Your Life

MBCT is based on the Mindfulness-based Stress Reduction (MBSR) eight week program, developed by Jon Kabat Zinn in 1979 at the University of Massachusetts Medical Center.

Research shows that MBSR is enormously empowering for patients with chronic pain, hypertension, heart disease, cancer, and gastrointestinal disorders, as well as for psychological problems such as anxiety and panic.

Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy grew from this work. The MBSR program has been adapted so it can be used especially with people who have suffered repeated bouts of depression in their lives.

Mindfulness is a modern concept, which describes the adoption of a new mindset, which can measurably alter ones outlook and mood and is used as an empowering tool in the self management of anxiety and stress. Many businesses and individuals are introducing powerful Mindfulness techniques into their daily routines to help relieve stress in the work place and to keep a positive outlook and to help adopt a more productive approach in life.

Mindfulness is the practice of being aware in every possible moment, while keeping a non-judgmental outlook and at the same time observing your own bodily and emotional responses.

Who would benefit from this course?

This powerful course will teach you everything that you need to know about Mindfulness based CBT and how to start using the techniques and principles in your daily life.

The UK National Institute of Clinical Excellence (NICE) has endorsed MBCT as an effective treatment for prevention of relapse. This powerful course will teach you everything that you need to know about Mindfulness based CBT and how to start using the techniques and principles in your daily life. Research has shown that people who have been clinically depressed 3 or more times (sometimes for twenty years or more) find that taking the program and learning these skills helps to reduce considerably their chances that depression will return.

6. Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction MBSR: Combat Negative Thoughts Through MBSR

The Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) Course has been created to give those who suffer from stress, whether constantly or occasionally, the tools to combat negative thoughts and turn the mind into a weapon of positivity that will help you to reclaim your life.

The course does this through giving you both the knowledge of how and why certain techniques work along with how to do them and incorporate them easily into your daily routine.

We all suffer from stress and anxiety at times in our lives. For some, this is a fleeting condition that comes and goes with particular life events for others it is a daily struggle whose affects can be debilitating and hard to overcome; building up until even usually insignificant things can seem impossible to get through. No matter how often you feel the affects of stress and how powerfully, stress is a state of mind, which, left unchecked, can quickly turn into a physical condition.

The course gives students an in-depth look into what Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) is. This includes information on its origins and the practice of mindfulness, deep breathing, and meditation and their affects on the mind and body. Students are invited to practice mindfulness following exercises.

The Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Course covers mindfulness-based cognitive therapy and meditation; explaining what they are, the differences between them (and how phrases like ‘mindfulness meditation’ can be confusing), and the benefits to your mind and body of practising each.

Stress and anxiety create a negative chemical change in your brain, in a similar, but opposite, way practising mediation and being mindful can also create a positive chemical change. Students will learn exactly what these changes are, and will be introduced to more techniques that will help them to cultivate the habits of meditation and mindfulness.

For chronic sufferers of stress, the reaction to negative triggers can have damaging affects on the body and mind. The MBSR Course discusses these effects and, conversely, the positive effects of a mindful practice, along with imparting practical techniques that can be employed the moment the feeling of stress comes on.

Students are provided with practical, illustrated yoga techniques that they can practice themselves and combine with mediation techniques, to more affectively de-stress both the mind and the body. Stress can easily manifest itself as a result of miscommunication with the people in your life or because an individual finds it difficult to communication certain things.You will learn how to become a better at communicating so that conflicts can be rectified before they can become lasting problems.

As mindfulness-based cognitive therapy (MBCT) is at the core of this course, students will be guided through the structure of an 8-week programme in MBCT. This imparts not only a theoretical knowledge but a practical one also.

Knowing that there are so many people who have been where you’ve been and want to be, where you are now can inspire you to want to help others. With this in mind this course guides students through setting up their own MBSR practice, should they wish to impart their newly-found knowledge and make it an even bigger part of their lives.

Who would benefit from the course?

The Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) Certificate Course is something that can benefit everyone, though the focus is on those who suffer from stress, anxiety and/or depression, and want to be able to help themselves in a way that is lasting, sustainable, and holistic/medicine-free.

The course will also be beneficial to those who know someone who is going through the aforementioned conditions and may wish to study with them, as a support to them. Likewise, the course proves as an excellent study source for those in caring professions and those who wish to use what they have learned to help in their careers.

7. Meditation: Refocus And Reach Your True Potential Through Meditation

How often do you truly relax and feel a state of calmness - free from wandering thoughts and the stresses of everyday life? Even when you do have some time spare, do you use that time proactively to relax? Spending just 20 minutes a day meditating can have a dramatic effect on your physical, psychological and even spiritual health – enabling you to refocus and reach your true potential. With 13 modules and 10 videos, the Meditation Course shows you how.

Studying the course, you’ll explore what meditation is and is not, and how it can still your inner dialogue, help you to get in touch with your emotions and handle negative thoughts and behaviours with positivity and efficiently. You’ll discover all the ways meditating can benefit you. The course covers the physical benefits such as decreasing muscle tension and reducing anxiety, psychological benefits like building self-confidence and increasing productivity, and even the benefits to spiritual development such as increased awareness and a deeper understanding of the self.

With a focus on helping you to monitor, understand and properly process your thoughts and feelings, meditation crosses over into the practice of mindfulness. The Meditation Course explores this relationship and how you can use both to balance your mind and live a life of positivity. The course also explains the body’s energy system, how meditation affects this and how this helps the mind, body, and spirit.

Of course, you will be guided through the practical aspects of how to meditate, what you can do to prepare to meditate, and how to start the practice and develop it depending on your needs and goals. Along with basic forms of meditation that help you get into the mindset and process of meditating, mindful, transcendental, and concentration meditation types are covered extensively.

In addition to opening you up to the benefits, principles, and practices of a variety of meditation types, the Meditation Course also guides you through setting up, marketing and running your own meditation groups.

Who would benefit from this course?

Meditation benefits everyone who practices it, for numerous reasons. The Meditation Certificate Course has been designed in such a way that it can be taken by anyone, no matter whether you have a lapsed meditation practice that you would like to re-establish or if you have never heard of meditation before. It is also a very beneficial course to take alongside other personal development courses, such as Mindfulness and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy.

In addition to being personally beneficial, the course also gives you the tools you need to become a Meditation Practitioner and set up your own business offering meditation classes to customers.

8. Yoga: Learn Benefits Of Yoga In Your Daily Life

The more you embrace Yoga, the more you will feel its benefits in your daily life. From complete beginner in yoga, guided through movements and postures to energise the body and rejuvenate the spirit.

Postures are designed to develop flexibility, suppleness, inner awareness and controlled relaxation of the mind and body. This course will show you how you can create mental, emotional and physical harmony.

To give students visual demonstrations of the poses discussed, the course is accompanied by video tutorials, which you will gain access to upon enrolling on the course.

The following topics are taught in the videos:

  • Seating Poses
  • Standing Poses Sanskrit
  • Standing Poses
  • Seating Poses Sanskrit

Benefits of Yoga

Yoga means 'union' and it is the calm control of mind and body through breathing and gentle movement.

Its essence is inner harmony, peace and calm – golden gifts in today’s stressful world. This course is simple and straightforward to study – a thorough insight into the joys of Yoga for the absolute beginner.

9. Kundalini Yoga: Heal Grow And Change Through Kundalini Yoga

This powerful Kundalini Yoga Course will start you on the rich, transformative journey of this practice. From the techniques and disciplines you’ll learn throughout this course you will be empowered to heal, grow and change both yourself and the world around you.

The course begins by teaching you what Kundalini yoga is, what it’s philosophies are and where it came from – including a little about how Yogi Bhajan brought it to the West. The numerous benefits of incorporating Kundalini yoga into your life are highlighted and you will broaden your knowledge of the Chakras, which are an integral part of this practice.

Pranayama (breathing techniques) and chanting, lie at the heart of Kundalini yoga. You will be guided through three essential Pranayama – ‘Breath of Fire’, ‘long deep breathing’ and ‘alternate nostril breathing’ and several important Kundalini mantra chants that are used at the start and end of each Kundalini yoga session. You will learn how to chant in unison with breathing and movement, to channel the flow of energy through the mind-body circuit, and employ simple techniques to ready yourself to practice and to regain focus during chanting when the mind goes adrift.

To practice Kundalini yoga, it is essential to understand kriyas, mudras, bandhas, and asanas. To stimulate and direct the flow of energy you will use mudras, bandhas, and asanas, which are various postures of the hands and body. Kriyas uses these in various sets, along with breath and sound, to work towards a specific outcome. Each of these important components is fully described within the course and illustrated examples of those that are most commonly practised are provided.

The purpose of the Kundalini Yoga Course is to increase your understanding of the practice and then to do it. You will be guided through what to expect when you start practising and how to be successful in this. You will take your first steps by considering the type of clothing to wear when practising, the diet you can follow, and safety aspects, such as warming up and preparing the body beforehand, you will also learn how each Kundalini session should begin and end.

You will be introduced to the three kriyas, which although basic and appropriate for beginners, are still considered to be essential for every practitioner and will set the foundation for your Kundalini yoga practice. Fully explained and illustrated, you will learn a ‘Kriya to get your energy moving’, a ‘Kriya for Spinal Energy’ and a ‘Nabhi Kriya to Set the Navel Centre’.

With this strong foundation in place, the course broadens your understanding of the practice even further by guiding you through an additional four kriyas, which are designed to aid inner vitality and stamina, digestion, sleep, and pain relief. You will also learn a basic breath series, a meditation for releasing stress, and a series of Kundalini Yoga postures to clear the Chakras.

Who would benefit from this course?

This fascinating course is for anyone looking to learn just how powerful Kundalini yoga can be. You must be prepared to read and absorb the information contained within and to carry out the exercises illustrated, to really get the most from the course and to gain a positive start to your journey in Kundalini yoga.

Kundalini yoga is described as the ‘yoga of the householder’ as, while it does have a spiritual element at its core, it provides practical, down-to-earth tools that everyone can use to become more able to cope with stress, fatigue, addictive or disserving behaviours, and all the other ills of modern life.

The course is also a great aid for practising yogis who are interested in expanding their knowledge and learning something new.

10. Hypnotherapy and Cognitive Techniques for Stress Management: Learn Hypnotherapy And Cognitive Techniques To Manage Stress

This comprehensive and insightful course will teach you a wide variety of powerful Hypnotherapy and Cognitive techniques aimed at managing stress.

The course is absolutely packed with information about how stress occurs, the science behind its effects, and how the brain can be used to combat it, which is followed by a huge number of practical techniques, from several disciplines, that can be used to manage stress and live a healthier life.

The course opens with a module that aims to help students understand stress in its many guises. It talks of the many ways stress can affect us – both physically and mentally (including its effects on the gut, and ‘the second brain’), why we become stressed, and even how stress can be considered a good thing when managed effectively.

Students learn about the body and its physical reaction to stress, with detailed explanation and exercises that can be performed, to aid understanding. The Hypnotherapy and Cognitive Techniques for Stress Management in Business Certificate Course gives students a comprehensive understanding and insight into the functions and power of the brain. This also includes suggestions on how to improve the health of your brain and discusses various concepts of how the brain functions in business settings.

Students will get a comprehensive understanding of hypnotherapy; covering its history, what it is and isn’t, how it works, the science behind it, and the types of hypnosis available. We provide students with a practical, step-by-step guide to self-hypnosis.

More incredible tools, which are often used in conjunction with CBT (known as Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy or MBCT), mindfulness and meditation. Both practices are introduced, with the benefits of each explained, as well as how they can be incorporated into daily life, to combat or even avoid stress and anxiety.

It is commonly known that taking time to concentrate on breathing can help when dealing with a stressful situation, physically, emotionally, and mentally, but most of us don’t know how to properly apply breathing techniques. You will get a greater understanding of why breathing helps and then continues to provide various breathing techniques, along with when and how to use each.

Neuro-Linguistic Programming (commonly known as NLP) techniques are explained and how these can help in improving your mind-set and reaching personal goals, as well as providing plenty of exercises for students to work through, to concretize understanding.

The course talks more about the mind, how it works, and how to recognise and change negative thoughts using cognitive strategies. It also covers a wide range of advanced techniques that can be used to help manage stress in any situation.

Who would benefit from the course?

This course is perfect for those that are looking to work with businesses to help them reduce stress in the workplace.

Approved and endorsed by ILM – the Institute of Leadership and Management (a division of City & Guilds) this course is ideal for therapists looking to take their Hypnotherapy skill set to the next level by helping others to reduce stress in their lives; whether that is in a therapy setting or by working with businesses to help their employees.

Stress in the work place can lead to employees being off work for large amounts of time on paid leave. This course is ideal for those that are looking to work with businesses to help them reduce the stress in the workplace and therefore reduce staff absenteeism. A must for every therapists tool kit, a powerful combination of Hypnotherapy and Cognitive Reprogramming techniques.

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Ultimate  Mindfulness Bundle, 10 Courses includes the following courses, below is a summary of each course: 

Course 1 - Mindfulness

Module 1: What is Mindfulness?

  • Introduction to Mindfulness
  • Part 1: What is Mindfulness
  • Part 2: Mindfulness – Statistics
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: Ego – The Habit of Thinking

  • Part 1: What is the ego?
  • Part 2: Moving from the head to the heart
  • Part 3: Ego and Fear
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: The Three Key Concepts of Mindfulness

  • Part 1: Introduction to 3 Key Concepts
  • Part 2: Awareness
  • Part 3: Non-judgement
  • Part 4: Living in the Present
  • Part 5: Revisiting the Past – Negative Reinforcement
  • Part 6: Exercise – The Power of Now
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Mindlessness – Anxiety and Stress

  • Part 1: Allowing the Mind to Control Us
  • Part 2: Awareness Leads to Emotional Freedom
  • Part 3: When our Thoughts and Feelings Overwhelm Us
  • Part 4: Mindless Suffering
  • Part 5: Suffering/Grief
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Mindfulness and the Imagination

  • Part 1: The Imagination – a Tool for Development?
  • Part 2: Positive and Negative Imagining
  • Part 3: Exercise – Noticing and Changing Negative Thinking
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: Compassion and Boundaries

  • Part 1: Introduction to Compassion and Boundaries
  • Part 2: Mindful Speech
  • Part 3: Setting Mindful Boundaries
  • Part 4: Cultivating Gratitude
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: Meditation – Being in the Moment

  • Part 1: Introduction to Meditation
  • Part 2: Mindful Meditation – Exercise
  • Part 3: Different Types of Meditation
  • Part 4: Meditation – Summary
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: Mindfulness as a Therapy

  • Part 1: Introduction to Mindfulness as a Therapy (One to One)
  • Part 2: Panic Attacks & OCD
  • Part 3: Depression & Addiction
  • Part 4: Mindfulness Therapies
  • Part 5: Mindfulness as a Therapy – Summary
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: Mindfulness for Others

  • Part 1: Introduction to Mindfulness for Others
  • Part 2: Mindfulness as a Therapist
  • Part 3: Mindfulness as a Business
  • Part 4: Attracting Clients as a Mindfulness Practitioner
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10: Mindfulness in the Workplace

  • Part 1: Benefits of Mindful Workers
  • Part 2: Stress
  • Part 3: Mindfulness – Team Building & Leadership
  • Part 4: Mindfulness in the Workplace – Summary
  • Module 10 Assessment

Module 11: Daily Mindfulness Tips

  • Part 1: Introduction to Managing Stress & Anxiety
  • Part 2: Thinking vs Feeling
  • Part 3: Editing Your Thinking – Refining the Mind
  • Part 4: Mindful Forms of Exercise
  • Part 5: Daily Mindful Moments
  • Part 6: Ten Tips for Daily Mindfulness
  • Part 7: Mindfulness – Summary
  • Module 11 Assessment

Course 2 - Mindful Mental Health

Module 1: Mental Health

  • Part 1: Mental Health
  • Part 2: The Effect of Medication
  • Part 3: Neurotransmitters
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: Mindfulness

  • Part 1: What is Mindfulness
  • Part 2: The History of Mindfulness
  • Part 3: The Physiology of Mindful Living
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Holistic Health – The Link

  • Part 1: What is Holistic Health?
  • Part 2: Environmental Factors
  • Part 3: Thoughts, Feelings and Beliefs
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Physical Health

  • Part 1: Food
  • Part 2: Exercise
  • Part 3: Allergens and Stimulants
  • Part 4: The Thyroid
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Becoming Mindful

  • Part 1: Becoming Mindful
  • Part 2: Meditation
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: Mindfulness and Depression

  • Part 1: Mindfulness and Depression
  • Part 2: How Depression is Diagnosed
  • Part 3: Cognitive Behaviour Therapy for Depression
  • Part 4: Depression and Diet
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7 Stress and Anxiety

  • Part 1: Stress
  • Part 2: Anxiety
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: Mindful Awareness

  • Part 1: Gratitude
  • Part 2: Practising Gratitude
  • Part 3: Examining Thoughts
  • Part 4: RAIN – In The Mind
  • Module 8 Assessment

Course 3 - Mindful Nutrition

Module 1 Mindfulness

  • Part 1: What is Mindfulness?
  • Part 2: Cognitive Behaviour Therapy
  • Part 3: Meditation
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2 Nutrition

  • Part 1: Nutrition
  • Part 2: Ethical Eating
  • Part 3: Basic Nutrition for Physical Health
  • Part 4: Body Image
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3 Mindful About Food

  • Part 1: The Concept
  • Part 2: Environmental Effects on Eating
  • Part 3: Eating Disorders
  • Part 4: The Benefits of Mindful Eating
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4 Cultivating Mindful Nutrition

  • Part 1: Cultivating Mindful Nutrition
  • Part 2: Mindful Eating in Practice
  • Part 3: The Informed Choice
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5 Food Awareness

  • Part 1: Getting Everything You Need
  • Part 2: Food and Feelings – The Unavoidable Link
  • Part 3: A Shift in Attitude
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6 Mental Wellness

  • Part 1: Body Image
  • Part 2: Eating and Stress
  • Part 3: Depression
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7 Food for Health

  • Part 1: Food for Health
  • Part 2: Targeted Eating
  • Part 3: Thyroid Care
  • Part 4: Food Allergies and Intolerances
  • Part 5: Healthy Options and Replacements
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8 Mindful For Life

  • Part 1: Setting Up For Success
  • Part 2: Meal Planning
  • Part 3: Food Preparation
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: Mindful Nutrition Therapy

  • Part 1: Mindful Nutrition Therapy
  • Part 2: The Art of Listening
  • Part 3: Your Business Plan
  • Part 4: Running a Small Business – The Law
  • Final Assessment

Course 4 - Mindfulness for Children

Module 1: The Devastating Effects of Stress on Children

  • Part 1: Long-lasting Impact of Stress
  • Part 2: Stress and Brain Changes
  • Part 3: Mindfulness Studies With Children
  • Part 4: Juice/Beverage Ceremony Mindfulness Exercise
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: Mindfulness For Children Versus Mindfulness for Adults

  • Part 1: What do you believe?
  • Part 2: Meditation Defined
  • Part 3: Health Benefits of a Regular Meditative Practice
  • Part 4: Adapting the Concept of Mindfulness for Children
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: The Brain and Neuroplasticity

  • Part 1: Stretching Your Creativity
  • Part 2: Neuroplasticity of the Child’s Brain
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Simplifying Your Life

  • Part 1: Why you shouldn’t try to “Do It All”
  • Part 2: Put the Tech Down
  • Part 3: Culture of “Super-Kids”
  • Part 4: The Effects of Rushing Your Child Through Life
  • Part 5: How To Simplify Your Child’s Life
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Using the Imagination

  • Part 1: Creativity and IQ
  • Part 2: Rule Number 1 – Keep it Simple and Give Yourself Permission to Dream
  • Part 3: Simple Breathing Exercises
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: The Magic of Expressing Gratitude

  • Part 1: Teaching Children About the Power of Gratitude
  • Part 2: Mindfulness of Breathing Buddhist Meditation
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: Practicing Mindful Eating

  • Part 1: Paying Attention to Food
  • Part 2: Practicing Mindful Eating
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: Mindfulness Exercises For Children

  • Part 1: Cloud Car Visualisation
  • Part 2: Mindful Breathing
  • Part 3: Gratitude Game
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: Meditation Exercises for Children

  • Part 1: Meditation Exercise for Self-Confidence
  • Part 2: The Secret Garden of the Mind
  • Part 3: Have Fun Meditation Exercise
  • Part 4: The Super Hero Meditation
  • Part 5: The “I AM” Exercise

Module 10: How to Establish a Personal Mindfulness Practice For Your Child

  • Part 1: Suggestions and Tips
  • Part 2: Pleasant Events Calendar
  • Module 10 Assessment

Course 5 - Mindfulness Based CBT

Module 1: Brief Introduction to Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

  • Part 1: What is CBT?
  • Part 2: Principles of CBT
  • Part 3: The Process of CBT
  • Part 4: What Conditions can be Treated with CBT?
  • Part 5: Why CBT is an Effective Treatment
  • Part 6: Summary
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: The Basics of CBT

  • Part 1: Understanding Automatic Thoughts
  • Part 2: Evaluating automatic thought patterns in automatic thoughts
  • Part 3: Identifying distortions in automatic thoughts
  • Part 4: Core beliefs
  • Part 5: Summary
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Approaches to Cognitive Change through CBT

  • Part 1: Understanding Thoughts, Moods and Behaviours
  • Part 2: Evaluating Negative Automatic Thoughts
  • Part 3: Identifying and Correcting Negative Distortions
  • Part 4: Understanding Your Thoughts
  • Part 5: Behavioural Experiments
  • Part 6: Summary
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: CBT Approaches to Behavioural Change

  • Part 1: Self-Monitoring Therapy
  • Part 2: Exposure Therapy
  • Part 3: Behavioural Experiments
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Alternative CBT Approaches

  • Part 1: Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT)
  • Part 2: Why is MBCT an effective approach?
  • Part 3: Acceptance and Commitment Therapy
  • Part 4: Dialectical Behaviour Therapy
  • Part 5: Meta-Cognitive Therapy
  • Part 6: Summary
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: CBT in Practice

  • Part 1: How to Know if CBT is for You
  • Part 2: Finding a Qualified CBT Therapist
  • Part 3: The First Visit
  • Part 4: Understanding a CBT Session
  • Part 5: How Many CBT Sessions to Take?
  • Part 6: How to Prepare for a CBT Session
  • Part 7: CBT for Children
  • Part 8: Common Barriers in CBT
  • Part 9: Practising CBT along with Medication and Other Treatments
  • Part 10: Issues to Consider after CBT
  • Part 11: Summary
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: What is Mindfulness?

  • Part 1: The Concept
  • Part 2: Mindfulness – Statistics

Module 8: Ego – The Habit of Thinking

  • Part 1: What is the Ego?
  • Part 2: Ego and the Fear of Change
  • Part 3: Summary

Module 9: The Three Key Concepts of Mindfulness

  • Part 1: Introduction
  • Part 2: Non-judgement
  • Part 3: Living in the Present

Module 10: MBCT

  • Part 1: What is MBCT?
  • Part 2: Does It Work?
  • Part 3: How will Mindfulness Practice Help Me?
  • Part 4: What is Depression?
  • Part 5: Why do we remain vulnerable to depression?
  • Part 6: How Does Mindfulness Help Reduce Downward Mood Spirals?
  • Part 7: Self-constructed Barriers and Mindfulness
  • Part 8: Summary
  • Module 10 Assessment

Course 6 - Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction MBSR

Module 1 - The Origin of Mindfulness

  • Part 1: Mindfulness Defined
  • Part 2: Founder of Mindfulness
  • Part 3: Mindfulness and Deep Breathing
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2 - Meditation and the Practice of Awareness

  • Part 1: Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy
  • Part 2: Meditation – A Two-Step Process (Samatha and Vipassana or Calming and Wisdom)
  • Part 3: Mindfulness Versus Meditation
  • Part 4: What Does it Mean to be Mindful?
  • Part 5: Coffee or Tea Ceremony Mindfulness Exercise
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3 - Cultivating Mindfulness

  • Part 1: Mindfulness and the Brain
  • Part 2: How the Brain Processes Stress and Anxiety
  • Part 3: Mindful Eating
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4 - Rewiring the Stress Response

  • Part 1: Autonomic Nervous System / Parasympathetic Nervous System
  • Part 2: Diaphragmatic Breathing – The Healing Power of Breathing
  • Part 3: Systematic Relaxation
  • Part 4: Coping with Stress, Responding Versus Reacting
  • Part 5: The Devastating Effects of Stress
  • Part 6: Mindfulness at Google and Other Companies
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5 - Mindful Movement

  • Part 1: What is Mindful Movement?
  • Part 2: Mindful Yoga Exercises
  • Part 3: Alternate Yoga Sequence
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6 - Nonviolent Communication

  • Part 1: The Process of Communication
  • Part 2: Conflict Resolution
  • Part 3: Non-Violent Communication – A Language of Compassion
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7 - Working With Resistance - Dealing with Physical and Emotional Pain

  • Part 1: Mindfulness and Chronic Pain
  • Part 2: Releasing the Pain Visualization Exercise
  • Part 3: Choosing to Live Well with Pain and Illness
  • Part 4: 22 Ways to Reduce Stress During the Workday
  • Part 5: Laughter
  • Part 6: The Balanced Wheel of Life Exercise
  • Part 7: How to Use Laughter in Your Everyday Life
  • Part 8: Mindfulness Meditation
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8 - Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy

  • Part 1: What is MBCT?
  • Part 2: Outline of an Eight-Week Program
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9 - How to Use MBSR in Your Everyday Life

  • Part 1: Why Worrying is a Waste of Time
  • Part 2: Loving Kindness Meditation
  • Part 3: Setting An Intention For the Day
  • Part 4: Leaving the Stress Behind for the Day
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10 - Setting Up Your Own MBSR Practice

  • Part 1: Setting up your Practice
  • Part 2: Consent Forms
  • Part 3: Conclusion

Course 7 - Meditation

Module 1. Introduction to Meditation Practice

  • Part 1: What is meditation?
  • Part 2: Are we addicted to keeping busy?
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2. The Mind’s Influence on Our Emotions

  • Part 1: The Mind’s Influence on Our Emotions
  • Part 2: Impatience and overthinking
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3. Benefits of Meditation

  • Part 1: Benefits of Meditation
  • Part 2: Summary
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4. Mindfulness and Meditation

  • Part 1: Mindfulness and Meditation
  • Part 2: Summary – how Mindfulness supports meditation
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5. The Body’s Energy System

  • Part 1: The Body’s Energy System
  • Part 2: The aura – our energy body
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6. Preparing to Meditate

  • Part 1: The right place
  • Part 2: The right time
  • Part 3: Sitting comfortably
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7. Types of Meditation

  • Part 1: The right practice for you
  • Part 2: Mindful meditation
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8. Mindful Meditation

  • Part 1: Mindfulness – the foundation of Mindful meditation
  • Part 2: Staying in the present moment
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: Transcendental Meditation

  • Part 1: What is TM?
  • Part 2: Reaching a state of altered consciousness – transcending
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10. Concentration Meditation

  • Part 1: What is Concentration meditation?
  • Part 2: CM and the breath
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 10 Assessment

Module 11. Other Types of Meditation

  • Part 1: Breathing meditation
  • Part 2: Sound meditation
  • Part 3: Guided visualisation
  • Module 11 Assessment

Module 12. Your Meditation Practice

  • Part 1: Your Meditation Practice
  • Part 2: Meditation – summary
  • Module 12 Assessment

Module 13: Starting a Meditation Group

  • Part 1: Starting a meditation group
  • Part 2: Create your network
  • Part 3: Finding a suitable venue
  • Part 4: Meditation Course – Summary
  • Module 13 Assessment

Course 8 - Yoga

Module 1: What is Yoga?

  • What Is Yoga?
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: Where Does Yoga Come From?

  • Where Does Yoga Come From?
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Overview of the Many Schools of Yoga

  • Overview of the Many Schools of Yoga
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Benefits of Breathwork and Bandhas

  • Benefits of Breathwork and Bandhas
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Yoga Movement - Asana and its Benefits

  • Asana and its Benefits
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: Warm Up Postures

  • Warm Up Postures
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: Standing Postures

  • Part 1: Standing Postures
  • Part 2: Standing Postures
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: Forward Folding Postures

  • Part 1: Forward Folding Postures
  • Part 2: Forward Folding Postures
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: Backbending Postures

  • Part 1: Backbending Postures
  • Part 2: Backbending Postures
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10: Side Bend Postures

  • Side Bend Postures
  • Module 10 Assessment

Module 11: Twisting Postures

  • Twisting Postures
  • Module 11 Assessment

Module 12: Closing Postures

  • Closing Postures
  • Module 12 Assessment

Module 13: Hatha Yoga Practice

  • Hatha Yoga Practice
  • Module 13 Assessment

Module 14: Ashtanga Yoga Practice

  • Ashtanga Yoga Practice
  • Module 14 Assessment

Module 15: Iyengar Yoga Practice

  • Iyengar Yoga Practice
  • Module 15 Assessment

Module 16: Beginner Yoga Sequence 1 and 2

  • Beginner Yoga Sequence 1 and 2
  • Module 16 Assessment

Module 17: Intermediate Yoga Sequence

  • Intermediate Yoga Sequence
  • Module 17 Assessment

Module 18: Savasana and Final Meditation Practice and Benefits

  • Savasana and Final Meditation Practice and Benefits
  • Module 18 Assessment

Module 19: Yoga for Stress Relief and Weight Loss

  • Yoga for Stress Relief and Weight Loss
  • Module 19 Assessment

Course 9 - Kundalini Yoga

Module 1 - The Foundations of Kundalini Yoga

  • Introduction
  • Part 1: What is Kundalini Yoga?
  • Part 2: Why practise Kundalini Yoga?
  • Part 3: The Seven Major Chakras & Aura Chakra
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2 - Essentials: Breath and chanting

  • Part 1: Breathing techniques
  • Part 2: Chanting
  • Part 3: Popular Kundalini Chants
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3 - Essentials: Kriyas, Mudras & Bandhas

  • Part 1: What is a Kriya?
  • Part 2: Common meditation poses
  • Part 3: Bandhas (Body Locks)
  • Part 4: Practising them all together (Sat Kriya)
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4 - How to Start a Practice

  • Part 1: What to consider when starting
  • Part 2: How to start and end your Kundalini practice
  • Part 3: Kundalini Yoga Safety
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5 - Kundalini Kriyas for Beginners

  • Part 1: Kriya to get energy moving
  • Part 2: Kriya for Spinal Energy
  • Part 3: Kriya to Set the Navel Centre (Nabhi Kriya)
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6 - Further Kriyas & Exercises

  • Part 1: Kriya for Inner Vitality and Stamina
  • Part 2: Kriya for Conquering Sleep
  • Part 3: Basic Breath Series
  • Part 4: Meditation for Releasing Stress
  • Module 6 Assessment
  • Conclusion

Course 10 - Hypnotherapy and Cognitive Techniques for Stress

Module 1 - The Long-Lasting Effects of Stress

  • Part 1: Effects of Emotional Strain and Anxiety in Your Life
  • Part 2: Anxiety and Fear – The Fight or Flight Response
  • Part 3: The Gut / Brain Connection
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2 - Rewiring the Stress Response

  • Part 1: Autonomic Nervous System / Parasympathetic Nervous System
  • Part 2: Systematic Relaxation
  • Part 3: Pleasant Events Calendar
  • Part 4: Why Worrying is a Waste of Time
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3 - The Power of Your Amazing Brain

  • Part 1: What is it About My Brain?
  • Part 2: What is the Structure and Functioning of the Brain?
  • Part 3: The Divisions of the Brain
  • Part 4: How Can I Get Brain Fit?
  • Part 5: The Brain and Business – What Can We Learn from
  • Part 6: Focus, Concentration, and Alertness
  • Part 7: The Concept of Mindfulness
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4 - A Basic Understanding of Hypnotherapy

  • Part 1: What is Hypnosis / Hypnotherapy?
  • Part 2: What hypnosis is NOT
  • Part 3: Brief History of Hypnosis
  • Part 4: How Does Hypnosis Work?
  • Part 5: Getting the Mind and Body in Sync
  • Part 6: The Science Behind Hypnosis
  • Part 7: Types of Hypnosis
  • Part 8: Managing Stress With Hypnosis
  • Part 9: Step-by-Step Guide To Hypnotizing Yourself
  • Part 10: Ease Away Stress Read Aloud Self-Hypnosis Script
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5 - Cognitive Techniques

  • Part 1: What is Cognitive Behavioural Therapy?
  • Part 2: The vicious cycle of anxiety
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6 - Meditation and Mindfulness to Manage Stress

  • Part 1: Meditation Versus Mindfulness
  • Part 2: Popular Mindfulness Techniques
  • Part 3: Mindfulness to Manage Stress
  • Part 4: Mindfulness to Enhance Personal Well-Being
  • Part 5: What is MBSR?
  • Part 6: Mindfulness and Emotional Intelligence
  • Part 7: Body Scan Meditation
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7 - Building Resilience in the Workplace

  • Part 1: Resilience and Link to Wellness and Well-Being
  • Part 2: Mindfulness and Management Styles
  • Part 3: Identifying Behaviours That Would Benefit From Mindfulness Techniques
  • Part 4: 10 Ways to Build Resilience
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8 - The Power of Breathing

  • Part 1: Benefits of breathing
  • Part 2: How should you breathe?
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9 - NLP Techniques

  • Part 1: NLP Overview
  • Part 2: NLP Pre-Suppositions
  • Part 3: NLP Anchors
  • Part 4: NLP in the Workplace
  • Part 5: Technique Number 1 – NLP Behavioural Modeling
  • Part 6: Technique Number 2 – The Meta Model
  • Part 7: Technique Number 3 – Rapport Building Technique
  • Part 8: Technique Number 4 – NLP Reframing
  • Part 9: Technique Number 5 – NLP Sub-modalities
  • Part 10: Technique Number 6 – Timeline Therapy
  • Part 11: Technique Number 7 – Self-Hypnosis Exercise
  • Part 12: NLP Cheat Sheet
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10 - The Power of Communication

  • Part 1: The Process of Communication
  • Part 2: Non-Violent Communication – A Language of Compassion
  • Part 3: Four Components of the Non-Violent Communication Model
  • Module 10 Assessment

Module 11 - Cognitive Techniques for Stress Management

  • Part 1: Why Your Thinking May be Flawed
  • Part 2: Tools for Change
  • Part 3: Stress Questionnaire
  • Part 4: Effective Stress Management
  • Module 11 Assessment

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