Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) is an eight-week workshop designed to help people who struggle with repeated mood and anxiety problems. MBCT offers a unique opportunity to restore well-being and prevent future episodes of anxiety and depression.

In eight weeks of psycho-education, guided meditations, group dialogue, and home practice, you’ll learn:

  • What depression is and why you’re vulnerable
  • How to avoid the same old automatic reactions
  • New and helpful ways of responding to triggers
  • How to live in the present and reconnect with the joy and meaning in your life

This course is also a pre-requisite for the Facilitation Certificate in Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy.

Cost : $650

Includes eight weekly 2-hour sessions as well as a full-day retreat.

This course is offered in English.

** Please note: If you are currently going through depression, if you have suicidal ideations, if you currently have a problem with substance abuse or alcohol, if you have symptoms related to unresolved PTSD or a history of psychosis, this group is not recommended for you, and instead we encourage you to request an appointment at our psychology clinic.

After completing your registration you will be sent a link to a questionnaire that will be processed by our team. A follow-up interview may be required before confirming your final registration and processing payment.

Instructors


Dr. Julien Lacaille

Dr. Julien Lacaille is a licensed psychologist at the MindSpace Clinic. He offers psychotherapy (mindfulness-based CBT and ACT) as well as mindfulness training in both French and English. In his work with clients, he is collaborative, compassionate, and experiential, working from the premise that no matter the difficulties, there is more right than wrong with his clients.

Dr. Sarah Roberts

Dr. Sarah Roberts is a licensed clinical psychologist. At MindSpace, she provides individual psychotherapy, individual and group mindfulness training, and corporate mindfulness training. Dr. Roberts works with clients primarily in English.