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Break the Cycle of Stress
Healthcare providers across the world are going above and beyond to help keep their communities safe—along with our tremendous gratitude, we feel how much these heroes need care too.
In the Practical Mindfulness for Healthcare Providers online course from Mindful, Dr. Mark Bertin offers carefully developed practical guidance for healthcare workers to break the cycle of stress many of them face on a regular basis—and especially during this global pandemic.
This course is for you if:
- You or someone you love works in healthcare
- You wish to incorporate proven, science-backed mindfulness tools into your life
- You need additional support during these stressful times
- You want simple, practical tools you can return to again and again
By enrolling, you’ll gain knowledge about how to:
- Understand and break cycles of stress
- Help yourself get out of “autopilot”
- Develop greater body awareness
- Work constructively to silence the inner critic
- Develop mindful communication with peers and patients
- Deepen empathy, compassion, and loving-kindness
This self-paced online course includes:
- 15 practical and concise video sessions with Dr. Mark Bertin
- Downloadable audio practices to take with you on the go
- Supplemental readings from a wide variety of mindfulness experts
- Lifetime access so you can return again and again
- A recorded Q&A session with Dr. Mark Bertin
- New introductory session addressing specific challenges of COVID-19
- Financial assistance if needed—reach out to email@example.com.
Enroll today to get started!
Meet the Teacher
Dr. Mark Bertin is a developmental pediatrician and author of How Children Thrive: Mindful Parenting for ADHD and The Family ADHD Solution, which integrate mindfulness into the rest of evidence-based pediatric care. He is a contributing author for the book Teaching Mindfulness Skills to Kids and Teens. Dr. Bertin is on faculty at New York Medical College and the Windward Teacher Training Institute, and on the advisory boards for the non-profits Common Sense Media and Reach Out and Read. His blog is available through Mindful.org, Psychology Today, and elsewhere.