In addition to the many benefits of practicing mindfulness that I have experienced in my own life, I have been privileged to witness how mindfulness has supported healing and growth in people I have worked with as a psychotherapist.
So many people struggle with anxiety, depression, food/eating and other lifestyle issues! Awareness is the first step in changing the relationship to unwanted unhealthy habits of mind and behavior. Addiction psychiatrist Judson Brewer, MD, PhD. has developed and researched programs that use mindfulness and reward-based learning to change negative habits and strengthen healthy ones.
I have been learning and practicing with Dr. Brewer’s programs since November 2016 and have found the techniques and technology to be surprisingly powerful in addressing some of my own poor habits.
Join me for live online programs to guide and support people seeking positive change and improved health. With Dr Brewer’s books, apps and YouTube channel as resources, we explore how this 3-step model leads to sustainable progress.
Each of the Mindful Habit Change apps offers brief (up to 10 minutes) video lessons daily, a variety of mindfulness exercises, goal-setting and check-in tools and an online community where people ask questions and share their journeys.