Mindfulness Based Relapse Management (MBRM)

Integrating mindfulness across a broad range of client interventions has become an essential part of health and wellbeing services. In addition, many organisations are now investing in mindful approaches to improve staff wellbeing and support those in the helping professions to take better care of both themselves and their clients.

Many studies show mindfulness, or ‘non-judgmental, present moment attention’ training benefits health and wellbeing. Mindfulness and meditation training helps staff to be more efficient, focused and calm and equips people with practices and strategies they can use at any time to help reduce stress and anxiety.

Our introductory training is for those who do not have previous experience of applying mindful concepts to their professional practice or personal development.

Course outline

Delegates will:

  • Understand the therapeutic value of including mindfulness in their professional practice.
  • Understand how to use mindfulness to develop and enhance listening and relationship skills,
  • Gain an experiential understanding of mindfulness and how it supports relapse prevention and management.
  • Be able to demonstrate an understanding of how mindfulness can be applied to psychological and physical wellbeing in recovery from addiction.

Learning outcomes

  • History and application of mindfulness 
  • The neuroscience of mindfulness.
  • Mindfulness based psychosocial interventions.
  • Automatic pilot vs conscious choice.
  • Mindfulness, resourcing and wellbeing.
  • Mindfulness techniques.
  • Mindfulness based relapse prevention.
  • Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) principles. 

Maximum numbers



Two days

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