Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy Course

Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy Course



-Understanding mindfulness: Definition and key concepts

-Mindfulness exercises: Breathing space, body scan

-Overview of MBCT

-Historical development and theoretical underpinnings

-Difference between MBCT and traditional cognitive therapy

-Introduction to cognitive concepts relevant to MBCT

-The interaction of thoughts, moods, and behaviors

-Strategies for incorporating mindfulness into daily routines

-Role of mindfulness in stress reduction and emotional regulation

Recognizing and disengaging from automatic thoughts

Mindfulness-based techniques for handling negative thought patterns

Discussion on the adaptability of MBCT across various settings (clinical, corporate, educational)

Case studies: MBCT for depression, anxiety, and stress management

  • Recap of key takeaways from the workshop.
  • Open floor for participants to ask questions and seek clarification.
  • Sharing resources.

  • Case studies and real-life examples illustrate the effects of trauma.

Teaching Methodologies

  • Live Classes

  • Recordings

  • Case study and group discussions

  • Sharing additional resource materials

The Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy Course is suitable for:

  • Students

    interested in becoming a Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapist. 

  • Aspiring and practicing therapists

    who want to specialize in MBCT.

  • Practitioners

    interested in learning evidence-based therapy. 

  • People

    interested in learning about mindful living.

Perks of doing this course:

  • Library of e-books

  • 1 on 1 Career guidance

  • Certification 

  • Evaluation Report

  • Letter of Recommendation

  • Case based learning

  • Access to 2 workshops in counselling

  • A chance to be listed as a Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy practitioner after completing master in psychology

Course Instructor

  • Radhika Goyal

  • Jofira Gonsalves


Find the most frequently asked questions below.

MBCT is a therapeutic approach that combines mindfulness practices, such as meditation and mindful movement, with elements of cognitive therapy to help people better understand and manage their thoughts and emotions to reduce mental distress.

This course is ideal for mental health professionals, therapists, counselors, healthcare providers, and educators interested in integrating mindfulness and cognitive therapy into their work. It is also suitable for individuals looking to enhance their personal development and mental well-being.

The course covers a range of topics including foundational mindfulness practices, the integration of cognitive behavioral principles with mindfulness, techniques for managing anxiety, depression, and stress, and the application of MBCT in various therapeutic settings.

Generally, there are no formal prerequisites. However, a basic understanding of psychological principles and a personal or professional interest in mindfulness and mental health practices can enhance the learning experience.

The course typically runs for 4 weeks with weekly sessions that include lectures, interactive discussions, and hands-on practice. The classes will be conducted online.

Yes, upon successful completion of the course, participants will receive a certificate that may be used for professional development points or as part of a continuing education program. The certificate will be sent to the registered email ID.

Professionals can apply these skills in clinical or counseling settings to enhance therapeutic outcomes. Individuals can use the techniques for personal use.