The Academy Of Mindful Psychology

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The Academy of Mindful Psychology offers a variety of Courses, workshops and training, as well as a Resource Center replete with articles, videos and audios.

The Academy, founded by Dr. Neil Kobrin, introduces an emerging field called Mindful Psychology. Mindful Psychology is a holistic approach that combines essential elements of:



Courses:

Manifesting Emotional Well-Being Series


For Practitioners:  The Academy of Mindful Psychology is Approved to offer continuing education credits. Through the Academy you can take CE Courses and earn valuable continuing education credits in a meaningful way.

For Life-long Learners: Transformative Courses designed to present practical, real, achievable, practices and information that are easily integrated into your everyday life.

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Resource Center

Beach with womanDr. Richard Davidson discusses the many brain-boosting benefits of quieting your mind. Read/View…

Neil Kobrin Teaching Video Workshop“Every behavior must be viewed in the context in which it takes place”~ Dr Neil Kobrin. This video discusses the power of context and how it influences our experience of life. View…

BergamontResearch has found that Bergamot, a citrus fruit in the  orange family, lowers bad cholesterol LDL, while boosting good cholesterol, HDL. Read More…

grey-stones-stackedNine simple ways that incorporating mindfulness into your  life can be helpful. Read More…

DEPRESSION-large570This article discusses the prevalence and  impact of depression. Read More…

DEPRESSION-womanThis article discusses the various ways in which depression is treated. Read More…

liver661In this article, Dr. Manny Alvarez  discusses the importance of a healthy liver and the impact the liver has on our well-being. Read More…

Neil Kobrin Teaching Video WorkshopIn this video Dr. Neil Kobrin discusses his course entitled Manifesting Emotional Well-Being Through Mindful Psychology. View

bipolarBipolar disorder can include episodes filled with anxiety, rage and impulsive shopping sprees, interspersed with prolonged periods of extreme sadness. Read More…

HOLDING-HANDS-COUPLE-large570A beautiful perspective on divorce, child rearing and the “modern family.” Read More…

brain and dietResearch suggests that more than half of Alzheimer’s cases worldwide might be attributed to potentially modifiable risk factors such as diet. Read More… 

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dadheadwithbackground (1)In this video Dr. Neil Kobrin discusses the power of Mindful Psychology and the impact it can have on our life experience. View…

vitamin-D researcherEvidence suggests that vitamin D — present in some foods and produced naturally when skin is exposed to sunlight — regulates the enzyme that converts the amino acid tryptophan into serotonin, a neurotransmitter believed to help regulate moods and direct brain development while in the womb. Read More…

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Reflect inwardly to find the wisdom that will lead you to peace and harmony.             “The happiness which brings enduring worth to life is not the superficial happiness that is dependent on circumstances. It is the happiness and contentment that fills the soul even in the midst of the most distressing circumstances and the most ... More

boy60659_1280-thumbDopamine, serotonin, oxytocin and endorphins are the quartet responsible for our happiness. Many events can trigger these neurotransmitters and there are ways we can intentionally cause them to flow. Read More…

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The holiday season is often a time of stress and disappointment and for some, loneliness. However, It can also serve as a time for reflection and a time to remember how precious the gift of life is. The poem The Darkling Thrush, written by Thomas Hardy, captures this sentiment beautifully. May the holiday “spirit” live within you.       ... More

cake-birthday-candles-aging-smokingResearchers suggest that slowed-down recall we associate with getting older may sometimes be a side effect of a mind that’s stuffed with decades of information — not a symptom of certain cognitive decline. Read More…

stress 1Does your brain start chattering and seemingly never stop? Do you feel distracted and unable to focus? What its doing to you and what to do about it. Read More…

vitamin D xThis article discusses five interesting facts about vitamin D, and how you can make sure you are receiving an adequate amount. Read More…

Hair loss and stressIs your body telling you that you are stressed? Read More…

spiritualityThe deepest goal of spirituality is freedom from the illusion of the self… Read More…

brain- unconsciousNew research from scientists around the globe has produced the strongest evidence to date that there are two separate cognitive systems, the “implicit” system, and the “explicit” system. Read More…

Couples holding handsSocial science research suggests that partners who show they care about the little things activate a two-way feedback system that helps both members of a relationship feel closer and more fulfilled. Read More…

DepressionThis article discusses the general protocol for assessing and treating depression. Read More…

MUSHROOMResearch indicates that under the influence of psilocybin the brain temporarily behaves in a new way and this may be medically significant in treating psychological disorders like depression. Read More…

Telomere2-thumbResearcher’s want to understand telomeres, the caps at the ends of our DNA strands, because the longer they are the longer we tend to live — and live freer of age related illnesses like heart disease, stroke, dementia, diabetes and osteoporosis. Now they are looking at the influence they may have on depression. Read More…

 

 

stress triggerAt the Center for Brain Research at the MedUni Vienna an important factor for stress has been identified. This could result in developing new treatments to treat stress. Read More…

sleep alarm clockPoor sleep has been linked to heart disease, diabetes, obesity and depression. Newer research has drawn connections between bad sleep and Alzheimer’s. Read More…

meditation (1)According to a new study, group mindfulness treatment is as effective as individual cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) in patients with depression and anxiety. Read More…

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