Mindfulness in Psychology

This online course costs $24
You will be attributed 2 CE credit hour(s) after passing this course

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1) I have read all of the required content for this course.

2) Mindfulness can be used as a stand alone treatment approach, or used as complementary to a therapistís existing psychotherapy skill set.

3) Mindfulness is a brand new psychological concept recently understood.

4) The purpose of mindfulness is to skillfully respond to cognitive processes that contribute to emotional anguish and maladaptive behavior.

5) Detachment and lucid dreaming is the stance that is taken towards each moment of experience in mindfulness.

6) Mindfulness has been conceptualized into a set of skills that can be taught separate to any religious followings.

7) Empirical support for mindfulness based techniques in therapy has strengthened over recent decades.

8) Mindful meditation aspires to improve the well-being of people and promote enjoyment and appreciation of life.

9) Mindfulness is a complementary therapy that can help treat and prevent stress-related disorders such as anxiety, panic attacks, depression, substance abuse and a range of physical conditions such as ulcers and chronic pain.

10) Research has shown that people who mindfully meditate regularly report greater satisfaction in relationships.

11) Mindfulness can be practiced by anyone, no matter what age, gender, religion or socioeconomic status.

12) Mindfulness teaches people to better manage difficult thoughts, feelings and behaviors to improve their overall wellbeing.

13) MBSR is the most well known mindfulness training program used by clinicians.

14) Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) is competing therapy that does not use mindfulness.

15) Clients who undertake a DBT program only have undefined physical pain that is "in their head".

16) ACT sees mindfulness meditation as one way amongst many of learning skills to be aware, focused and open to experience.

17) A simple way to introduce mindful meditation is to do a brief exercise that will take only one minute.

18) The Body Scan is a meditation technique, where attention is focused to various parts of the body, from the toes up to the head.

19) Mindfulness is most beneficial when it is applied to routine activities in daily life.

20) Mindfulness is an experiential skill that requires practice and training just like playing a sport or learning a musical instrument.

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