This year-long program provides training, support, and supervision to those wishing to incorporate mindfulness into their occupation or to share mindfulness with individuals, groups, communities, or institutions. The program consists of four in-person practicums, each 4-5 days long, and additional meetings by phone, online, and in-person. Successful completion of this program provides a document of completion as a Trained Mindfulness Facilitator (TMF) from the UCLA Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior. Faculty to include Diana Winston, Marvin G. Belzer PhD, Susan Smalley PhD, and Daniel Siegel MD among others.
|Facilitators will be trained to|| |
|Target Audience||Open to the general public|
|Location||Four practicums in Los Angeles (4-5 days in length each) and additional meetings by phone, online, and in person|
|Dates of In-Person Practicums for 2020|| |
|Tuition||$7,000 for the full program. Does not include travel, room, and board. Financial support is available. Program costs are non-refundable.|
|Application Fee||$50 (non-refundable) CLOSED|
|Application Deadline|| |
Friday, October 11, 2019 for all required application materials.
|Course Structure|| |
|Outside Requirements|| |
Core Faculty: Diana Winston, Marvin G. Belzer, PhD.
|Advanced||Individuals who demonstrate excellence may be selected to be trained as an authorized UCLA Mindful Awareness Practices (MAPs) teacher.|
Accreditation and Individual Credentialing
The TMF is an Accredited Mindfulness Teacher Training Program by the International Mindfulness Teachers Association (IMTA). Upon completion of the TMF, graduates will be eligible for the IMTA individual credential: Certified Mindfulness Teacher- Professional Level (CMT-P).
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