Mindspace is pleased to present Integrating Mindfulness into Psychotherapy, a two-day experiential training for psychologists, psychotherapists, and other mental health professionals interested in enhancing their clinical practice through the personal and professional use of mindfulness.

Mindfulness and Psychotherapy

Originally taught as a Buddhist practice 2,500 years ago, mindfulness in its current, westernized form refers to a state of deliberate attention and focus in the present moment, with an open and accepting attitude. Today, decades of research have confirmed mindfulness as a validated and effective intervention for a variety of mental and physical health problems, and an increasing number of psychologists and psychotherapists are incorporating mindfulness into their clinical practice.

As a participant in Integrating Mindfulness, you’ll be introduced to the practice of mindfulness, both theoretically and experientially, in order to help you establish your own personal mindfulness practice as well as incorporate it in your clinical work.

Learning Objectives

  • Become familiar with the concept of mindfulness and its historical context
  • Learn key and useful scientific findings that support the practice of mindfulness
  • Experience a wide range of guided mindfulness meditations
  • Learn the basics of how to incorporate mindfulness in psychotherapy
  • Access resources for establishing a personal mindfulness practice

This course is approved for 12 hours of Continuing Education credits with the OPQ.


Dr. Joe Flanders

Dr. Joe Flanders is the founder and director of Mindspace and an assistant professor in the McGill University Psychology Department. Dr. Flanders offers Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction and Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy to individuals, groups, and organizations. Dr. Flanders works with clients in English and in French.