Friday, September 12, 2008




eMindful.com presents MBRP in a live online video/classroom!

Mindfulness-Based Relapse Prevention (MBRP) is an 8-week psycho-educational class specifically created for clients in recovery from substance use disorders and is designed to help prevent future relapse.MBRP uses empirically supported interventions from Dr. Alan Marlatt's Relapse Prevention Therapy (RPT), Jon Kabat-Zinn's Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR), and Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT).

This MBRP group will be facilitated by Lisa Dale Miller, MFT, mindfulness-based psychotherapist and member of Dr. Marlatt's MBRP training team. The MBRP curriculum integrates mindfulness meditation practices with cognitive-behavioral strategies to support clients and promote vital lifestyle modifications for a healthy life of recovery.

The program teaches effective skills to reduce stress, manage urges and cravings, and cultivate compassion and acceptance. Each of the eight MBRP classes includes mindfulness meditation and mindful movement, along with cognitive-behavioral strategies to maintain and reinforce sobriety. Participants will be expected to do daily home practice. All participants must have at least 30 days of active sobriety.


STARTS OCTOBER 13, 2008
Eight Mondays, Oct. 13 - Dec. 1
6:00pmEDT-8:00pmEDT
(5:00pmCDT/4:00pmMDT/3:00pmPDT)

Saturday Retreat, Nov. 22
12:00pmEST-5:00pmEST
(11:00amCST/10:00amMST/9:00amPST)

Visit eMindful.com to enroll
Pre-registration is required
Enrollment will be limited
Course Fee $425
(includes meditation CDs and MBRP handouts)
CMEs are available for all MD's, psychologists, nurses, and nurse practitioners.
CEUs for MFT's & LCSW's (California only.)



ENROLLMENT REQUIREMENTS:
All prospective participants must have at least 30 days of active sobriety.
All prospective participants will complete an MBRP questionnaire* and class agreement.
All prospective participants will have a short interview by phone with Ms. Miller to discuss suitability for the MBRP class.


For questions contact:
Lisa Dale Miller, MFT
408-919-7008
www.lisadalemiller.com/mbpsych.htm

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