By the end of this course, you will be able to assess when mindfulness may be helpful for your patients or clients, educate them about its potential benefits, and refer them to mindfulness programs and resources. To begin, you will explore what mindfulness is (and is not) through presentations and direct experience. You will also learn about the research supporting the benefits (and risks) of mindfulness for various conditions, as well as how to identify contraindications. Finally, you will learn about the benefits of this practice for you as a busy healthcare provider.
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來自MINDFULNESS IN INTEGRATIVE HEALTHCARE的熱門評論
The course is very well organised and helpful. But I faced some difficulties concentrating on long videos like 15 to 20 minutes. Best wishes and love for the course instructor.
Thank you to all the instructors for sharing this course on mindfulness practice and how to use it to benefit oneself and also to help others who are in need. Thank you
Excellent course for starting to meditate and to develop guided meditation. It helps you to know which resources are helpful to keep developing mindfulness.
I was easy, very handy information and a lots of links and references for further exploration and ongoing help. Thank you
關於 Integrative Health and Medicine 專項課程
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- The course may not offer an audit option. You can try a Free Trial instead, or apply for Financial Aid.
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Can I get continuing education (CE) credit for this course?
Nursing: This course has been designed to meet Minnesota Board of Nursing continuing education (CE) requirements for 10 contact hours and may be eligible for CE credit from other professional boards that allow self-documenting of continuing education activities. It is your responsibility to check with your regulatory board to confirm this course meets your local requirements and, if necessary, to provide them with the certificate of completion you get if you pay for and fulfill all the requirements of this course.
Health Coaching: This course is approved by the National Board for Health & Wellness Coaching (NBHWC) for 10 continuing education units (CEP #100057). Retain the certificate of completion for this course for your records.