Winter 2019 Mindfulness Integrated CBT for Wellbeing and Growth

Mindfulness Integrated Cognitive Behavior Therapy (MiCBT) for Wellbeing and Growth was developed by Dr. Bruno Cayoun of the MiCBT Institute in Australia

The Winter 2019 Mindfulness Integrated Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Group – with Dr. Kimberly Sogge, CPsych Registered Psychologist (M.Ed. McGill, Ph.D. Texas A&M University) uses evidence based methods to assist participants to:

  • Develop focus and equanimity
  • Challenge fears and avoidant behaviors
  • Reduce reactivity and emotional suffering
  • Increase body awareness
  • Develop assertiveness
  • Increase empathy
  • Cultivate lovingkindness for yourself and others
  • Develop self respect based on personal ethics
  • Re-commit to a life of vitality.

MiCBT integrates the development of systematic mindfulness practice from the vipassana tradition with the best practices of cognitive behavioral therapy developed in Western medicine. This 8 week course provides professional, caring guidance in developing the skill sets for overcoming stuck patterns in your life.

The  MiCBT course will take place as follows: weekly sessions in the Wild Blue Mindfulness studio in the lower level of the Ottawa River Psychology Group at 44 Hawthorne Avenue, Ottawa, Ontario

The time of the course will be 5:00pm to 7:00pm on Thursdays.

Dates of course will be: January 10, 17, 24, 31, February 7, 14, (no class Feb 21), February 28, March 7, 2019

The total course cost for MiCBT 8 week course is $795.00 CAD

Register online or contact Ottawa River Psychology Group at  613-656-3331

Receipts provided for extended health insurance coverage.


Click the link below to register for “Winter 2019 Mindfulness Integrated CBT for Wellbeing and Growth”.

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