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About NICABM

The National Institute for the Clinical Application of Behavioral Medicine is a pioneer and leader in the field of mind-body-spirit medicine. As a provider of continuing education for health and mental health care professionals for over 20 years, NICABM is at the forefront of developing and delivering programs with "take home" ideas, immediately adaptable for practitioners to use with their patients.

Recent Blog Posts

How Mindfulness Works to Help the Brain Manage Pain

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Can meditation help you feel less pain? What if one week of short meditation classes could change the way your brain perceives pain? Fadel Zeidan, PhD, and his colleagues at…

A Better Night’s Sleep with Mindfulness

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One of the problems with antidepressants is that they sometimes don’t work. Though many people try, it can be difficult to treat depression with antidepressants alone. And the side effects,…

Do Your Wandering Thoughts Make You Unhappy? You’re Not Alone

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Everywhere I go, I see people glued to their phones – almost obsessed. And you might say, why not? Phones these days can do everything – take photos, store games…

 

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Joanne Williams, Social Work

Gilston, Australia

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Dawn Vincent, Social Work

Camberwell, Australia