Course Description

Professional development for counselors is essential to enhance their skills and stay updated with the latest approaches in the field. This short Micro-Credential on mindfulness can be incredibly beneficial for counselors, as mindfulness techniques are widely recognized for its positive effects on mental health and well-being.

Join our comprehensive 20-hour Micro-Credential designed to empower counselors with practical mindfulness techniques that can transform your counseling practice. This credential is tailored to help you effectively integrate mindfulness into your therapeutic approach, fostering better client outcomes and personal well-being.

Gain a deep understanding of mindfulness principles and its applications in counseling. Learn evidence-based techniques to enhance self-awareness and presence in sessions. Explore mindfulness-based interventions and their adaptation for diverse client populations. Develop skills to navigate challenging situations and resistance using mindfulness.

Learner Outcomes

  • Introduction to Mindfulness: Principles and Benefits
  • Mindful Self-Awareness and Non-Judgmental Observation
  • Integrating Mindfulness into Counseling Sessions
  • Mindfulness-Based Interventions: Applications and Adaptations
  • Mindfulness in Overcoming Challenges and Resistance
  • Personal Growth and Resilience through Mindfulness

Who Should Attend

Counselors, therapists, psychologists, social workers, and anyone in the mental health profession seeking to enrich their practice through mindfulness techniques.


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