How to Integrate Mindfulness into Your Work in a Way That Is Safe, Powerful and Clinically Effective


There’s one key difference between a practitioner who is powerfully effective . . .

. . . and others who have more modest results.

The difference often comes down to the right practice. And there’s one practice that’s helped transform the lives of countless clients around the world, even clients who have been stuck for years.

In thousands of studies over the past 10 years, this practice has been shown effective in alleviating stress, anxiety, depression, insomnia and even chronic pain.

Mindfulness trains the brain to stay with difficult emotions . . .

. . . so our clients aren’t held captive by painful experiences, or their own changing emotions.

It prepares patients to confront depression with interest, curiosity, and perspective on their negative thinking.

Mindfulness is also effective with clients who feel like they’re never good enough

It becomes the antidote for the need to “measure up” to others that is at the root of so much suffering.

Not only that, it can help your clients finally find relief from persistent anxious thoughts, and respond to life’s challenges with greater presence, grace, and resilience.

But sometimes mindfulness can do more harm than good . . .

It’s complicated. To skillfully use mindfulness practices with our clients, we need to think about:

  • Which clients are suitable for mindfulness practice?
  • Which mindfulness practices are most useful right now for a given person?
  • What is the best way to introduce mindfulness practices to each specific client?
  • How can we adapt mindfulness practices to the needs of particular clients?
  • When someone is having trouble, should we encourage them to continue or to try another approach?
  • What are the best ways to motivate clients to practice at home?

Perhaps most important of all, when is it NOT appropriate to use mindfulness with a client?

Trial and error can be costly.
That’s why we’ve created a program to guide you . . .

You see, you just need a roadmap to help you navigate the many choice points of applying mindfulness in your work.

For many practitioners, there’s a huge gap between knowledge and practice.

The principles and theories are clear, but the missing piece is that map that will show you how to skillfully use these practices with each specific client.

Mindfulness & Psychotherapy is designed to help you integrate mindfulness into your work in a way that’s safe, powerful, and clinically effective.

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Get hands-on instruction from Ron Siegel, PsyD, a seasoned expert.

Ron has been practicing and teaching meditation for over 30 years. He is an internationally-renowned teacher, a long-time student of mindfulness meditation, and a well-known author.

With his skillful approach and extensive experience with mindfulness in his life and work, Ron will take you through the basics and beyond of these transformative practices.

He’ll walk you step-by-step through specific mindfulness practices that can reduce stress, boost immune function, and change the brain.

He’ll focus on the best practices to promote safety and stability, as well as practices to help clients explore their growing edge.

In Mindfulness & Psychotherapy, you’ll get a practical framework to bring mindfulness into nearly any clinical practice or situation.

Whether you’re an expert in mindfulness or you’re exploring this for the first time, every lesson is designed to expand your toolkit.

You’ll see how mindfulness practice complements traditional Western psychotherapy.

And you’ll learn strategies to overcome obstacles to mindfulness when clients don’t think they have the time.

You may even find that this program kick-starts your personal practice. You can experience the benefits of meditation even as you’re learning techniques to share with your clients.

This program will help you bridge the gap between knowing about mindfulness and seeing it transform your clients’ lives.

Register here for three payments of $265

24 CE/CME Credits or Clock Hours are available for purchase at checkout.

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Featuring Ronald Siegel, PsyD, Assistant Professor of Psychology, part time, Harvard Medical School, internationally-renowned teacher, long-time student of mindfulness meditation, and well-known author.

Dr. Siegel is coauthor of the self-treatment guide Back Sense: A Revolutionary Approach to Halting the Cycle of Chronic Back Pain; coeditor of the critically acclaimed text Mindfulness and Psychotherapy, 2nd Edition; author of The Mindfulness Solution: Everyday Practices for Everyday Problems, and coauthor of the skills manual Sitting Together: Essential Skills for Mindfulness- Based Psychotherapy.

With his skillful approach and extensive experience with mindfulness in his life and work, Dr. Siegel will take you through the basics and beyond of these transformative practices.

Here's How It Will Work:


Ron will guide you through a carefully-crafted program of targeted lessons and exercises.


See what’s working for you and where you have challenges: you’ll get the chance to try these life-changing strategies with your patients after every lesson.


Share your experiences and insights, and ask for feedback about your work in the Mindful Learning Community.


Give and receive support from fellow practitioners working alongside you to fine-tune interventions with clients.


Revisit Ron’s lessons as often as you’d like to mine the depths of his insightful teachings and clinical experience.


Go deeper into all the ways mindfulness can strengthen the work you do as you build on key concepts and practices each week.


Get equipped with essential tools and steady support every step of the way.

Here’s What You’ll Get in Each Weekly Module:


How Mindfulness Can Free Clients from Self-Preoccupation

  • How to Help Clients Respond to Life's Challenges with More Grace, Wisdom, and Presence
  • When Mindlessness Takes Over (and What You Can Do About It)
  • The Three Core Skills of Mindfulness
  • How to Develop Clarity and Self-Acceptance
  • Foundational Practices That Help Cultivate Mindfulness

How to Start Patients with a Practice That Can Reduce Stress, Boost Immune Function, and Change the Brain

  • Three Mindfulness Practices for Busy Clients without Spare Time or Energy
  • 5 Challenges to Practicing Mindfulness and Strategies to Help Your Clients Overcome Them
  • How Mindfulness Alleviates Distress
  • How to Free Ourselves from Counterproductive Patterns
  • An Exercise to Enhance Brain Function
  • A Practice to Illuminate Transference and Countertransference


Is Mindfulness Part of All Good Psychotherapy?

  • How to Use Mindfulness to Help Your Patients Better Regulate Their Emotions
  • How Mindfulness Gives Clients New Insight into Themselves
  • How Mindfulness Can Help Clients Face Pain and Fear in a New Way
  • Why Mindfulness Can Enrich Almost Any Psychotherapy Practice

Why Our Conventional View of "Self" Creates Suffering, and How to Help Clients Transcend It

  • The Perils of Self-Esteem: How Patients Can Become Connected and Self-Compassionate Instead
  • A Simple Meditation Practice with Profound Effects (It’s Just One Question)
  • Stepping Beyond the Limits of Conventional Therapy for Greater Psychological Freedom


How Mindfulness Can Transform the Therapeutic Relationship

  • How to Train Attention to Enhance Clinical Outcomes
  • What’s Missing from the Mindfulness Tradition - Building on What You Already Know To Improve Therapeutic Results
  • How Do We Know Mindfulness Works? A Look at the Data
  • How Mindfulness Can Help Us Accept the Limits of Our Capacity to Help

How to Train and Refine Attention and Empathy

  • The 7 Factors of Awakening and How to Use Them to Increase Therapeutic Presence
  • Three Ways Mindfulness Can Help Us Improve Our Relationship with Clients
  • A Guided Meditation to Develop Empathy Toward Difficult Patients


Clinical Week – How to Deepen Therapeutic Presence

  • In this week we want to focus on your patients. We'll investigate how the lessons from the first 3 weeks have changed your work, and lay the groundwork for moving forward.


Antidotes to Loneliness and Alienation: Mindfulness and Self Compassion

  • How to Help Clients Feel Less Alone
  • Five Paths to Self-Compassion That Can Help Clients Stave Off Isolation
  • Mindfulness Practices That Strengthen Relationships (Including the Client-Clinician Relationship)
  • How Our Defenses Can Make Us Vulnerable
  • How Our Culture Breeds Loneliness and Why Mindfulness Can Help

Tailoring Mindfulness Practices to Each Client's Specific Needs

  • How to Zero in on the Best Practices for Particular Patients
  • 7 Choices to Consider to Successfully Introduce Mindfulness to Clients of Diverse Backgrounds
  • Key Meditations for Helping Clients Feel Safe
  • Specific Practices to Help Patients Integrate Difficult Experiences


Mindfulness-Based Treatments with Proven Outcomes

  • How Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) Changes the Brain
  • Why Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) Is an Effective Intervention for Depressed Clients
  • Using Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) to Help Clients Regulate Emotions
  • How Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) Promotes Psychological Flexibility
  • How to Use Mindfulness to Manage ADHD, Addiction, and Eating Disorders

How Mindfulness Can Help Us Be More Effective with Children and Adolescents

  • How to Adapt Mindfulness Practices for Kids
  • How to Help Children Become Aware of Emotions and Develop Self-Regulation
  • A Mindfulness Practice You Can Adapt for Children of Any Age
  • How Mindfulness Can Help Us Enter the World of Teenagers and Children
  • How to Help Clients (and Their Children) Experience the Benefits of Mindful Parenting


How Mindfully Treating Depression Can Help Clients Step Back into Life

  • How to Help a Client Overcome Experiential Avoidance
  • Using Mindfulness to Counteract Toxic Thought Patterns
  • Enabling Clients to Embrace Both Sorrow and Joy
  • How to Enter the Dark Places Together: The Art of Relational Healing
  • The 3-Minute Breathing Space to Restore a Sense of Aliveness for Depressed Clients

How to Help Clients Befriend Fear and Bear Anxiety

  • The Three Components of Anxiety and How to "Differentiate the Signal from the Noise"
  • Why Typical Strategies for Alleviating Anxiety Fail
  • How to Integrate Mindfulness with Other Approaches for Treating Anxiety
  • Specific Mindfulness Practices That Help Clients Effectively Face Their Fears


Clinical Week – How to Work with Experiential Avoidance

  • In this week we'll be focusing on your patients. We want to zero in on the ways you've been using the lessons from the last 3 weeks to help your clients disrupt cycles of experiential avoidance.


How to Go Beyond Symptom Management to Treat Chronic Pain

  • How Stress Amplifies and Maintains Chronic Pain
  • The Biggest Predictor of Chronic Back Pain and How to Address It
  • How to Restore Pain Sufferers to Normal Activity and Reduce Their Vulnerability to Future Disability
  • How to Increase Tolerance to the Negative Emotions That Perpetuate Pain
  • How Patients Can Overcome Kinesiophobia (Fear of Movement)
  • How Mindfully Being with Pain Can Help Clients Find Freedom from Suffering

How to Work with Psychophysiological Disorders

  • How Mindfulness Can Interrupt Fearful, Symptom-Focused Thoughts
  • How to Work with Anger and Fear in Somatic Disorders
  • How to Use Mindfulness to Resolve Insomnia, Gastrointestinal Distress, Sexual Dysfunctions, and Fibromyalgia


Mindfulness and the Promise of Liberation

  • How the Mind Shapes Our Experience of Reality and Creates Suffering
  • The Problem with “Me”: Gaining Liberation from the Self
  • How to Help Clients Escape the Pitfalls of "Spiritual Materialism"

Mindfulness and Positive Psychology

  • What Determines Happiness? (Hint: It's Not Always What We Think)
  • Proven, Research-Based Pathways to Genuine Happiness
  • How to Help Patients Savor Experience and Cultivate Well-Being
  • How Mindfulness Supports Happiness So We Can Live Longer, Be More Creative, and Connect More Deeply with Others

Register here for three payments of $265

24 CE/CME Credits or Clock Hours are available for purchase at checkout.

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Your Colleagues Are Already Benefitting From This Program

Excellent, worth every minute . . .

"Dr Siegel's class has provided a solid base from which to practice Mindfulness-based Psychotherapy with confidence. The evidence based class was excellent and worth every minute."

Richard Nanas, LCSW, MSW, Clinical Social Worker
Aptof, CA

Useful for myself and my clients . . .

"Dr. Siegel's way of explaining things really helped me improve my knowledge about mindfulness and encouraged me to keep on practicing. What I learned in the course has been useful for myself and as a tool to help others in my everyday practice."

Cynthia Rodríguez, Psychologist
Querétaro, México
Paula Michal-Johnson, PhD

My clients are achieving much more satisfying results.

"Dr. Siegel's courses gave me the courage and inspiration to bring my personal mindfulness practice directly into my therapeutic work with clients. As a result, my private practice is transformed and my clients are achieving much more satisfying results. I am so grateful for his instruction and presence!"

Lori Gray Boothroyd, PhD Licensed Psychologist and MBSR Instructor
Traverse City, Michigan

What makes this program right for YOU?

We've talked with plenty of people who want to make mindfulness part of their lives, or something they can use with clients.

But for many people, there's a huge gap between knowledge and practice. They understand the principles and theories, but are looking for someone who can offer interactive "hands-on" practice.

Ron will not only equip you with key teachings about mindfulness, he’ll walk you through practical, life-changing mindfulness exercises.

You’ll experience first-hand the benefits of practicing mindfulness so that you’re prepared to share powerful skills and exercises with your patients.

But this isn’t just about a handful of new tools and skills. Mindfulness can change the structure of the brain, and it doesn’t take much time to begin to see results.

It can strengthen attention, lower reactivity, and help clients cultivate healthier relationships.

Whether you're a seasoned expert or you’re exploring mindfulness for the first time, these rich lessons will help you experience the transforming power of mindfulness.

Ron will guide you through meditation exercises, so if you've never meditated before, you'll be amazed at how simple and effective it is.

And if you're an experienced student of mindfulness, you'll find that your toolkit expands with the lessons in this course. You'll go deeper into the questions that matter most.

Become part of a community . . .

When you join the hundreds of other practitioners taking this program, you're joining a community of learners.

You’ll be able to share your experiences with like-minded practitioners, get expert input, and hear how others have tackled the same problems you’re facing.

Here's What You'll Get:

16 Info-packed videos, divided into easy-to-use individual lessons
2 Clinical weeks focusing on your practice
5 Live, one-hour teleconference Q&A sessions with Ron Siegel, PsyD
Recordings of every Q&A session so you can listen again at a time that's convenient for you
Membership in the exclusive Mindful Learning community where you can share ideas, give, and receive feedback
3 Bonus audio sessions featuring Ron Siegel
5 Bonus reports with leading mindfulness teachers including Ron Siegel and Chris Germer


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24 CE/CME Credits or Clock Hours are available for purchase at checkout.

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Scientific evidence shows mindfulness practices to be helpful in working with:

  • Anxiety
  • Multiple sclerosis
  • Chronic Pain
  • Cancer and serious illness
  • Insomnia
  • Depression
  • Grief
  • Irritable bowel syndrome

Mindfulness is not a one-size-fits-all solution - there are many considerations we need to make when introducing it to our clients.

But in the hands of a skilled practitioner, mindfulness can be a powerful intervention that helps our clients become aware of their emotions, grow more present with loved ones, stop avoiding difficult people or experiences, face fears, find relief from crippling chronic pain, and break the cycle of depression.

Mindfulness can:

  • Increase the brain waves associated with neural integration and well-being
  • Strengthen attention, learning, and memory
  • Deepen empathy, reduce reactivity, and improve relationships
  • Reduce experiences of pain, including chronic pain
  • Decrease the frequency and severity of stress, and the symptoms that come with it, including IBS, insomnia, and sexual dysfunction

Here's What Other Practitioners Have Said:

Paula Michal-Johnson, PhD

Clear, practical examples . . .

"This was a clear practical course providing many techniques and examples that clients can easily follow. It provided new ways of looking at common problems such as depression and loneliness and how we can effectively treat them with mindfulness practice."

VElizabeth Zyl, Psychologist
Sydney, Australia
Paula Michal-Johnson, PhD

I'm living the life I want . . .

"Ron's mindfulness techniques for clients were extremely helpful, but even more significant were the changes that occurred in my own life … I'm living the life I want with mindfulness & gratitude."

Ronda Pretzlaff Diegel, Ph.D.
Copacabana, Australia
Isabella Mancuso

The most helpful and supportive educational activity . . .

"This course has been the most helpful and supportive educational activity I have been involved in since starting this role . . . It has been amazing to have a rich forum for listening to experiences of others."

Ann Mccarty, M.S., PA-C.
Oak Ridge, NC

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24 CE/CME Credits or Clock Hours are available for purchase at checkout.

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These 8 bonuses will help you strengthen your mindfulness practice and avoid some of the common pitfalls

Befriending Fear and Darkness: Mindfulness for Treating Anxiety

Free Report with Ron Siegel, PsyD

As practitioners, there’s a tension we confront when treating patients with anxiety. While we're working to increase their capacity to bear anxiety, they are trying to avoid those feelings. In this report, Ron Siegel, PsyD, details his strategy for using mindfulness so that you can help patients step into fear and increase their skill at tolerating anxiety.

Halting the Cycle of Chronic Back Pain

Free Report with Ron Siegel, PsyD

What does a clinical psychologist have to do with treating back pain? Ron Siegel, PsyD, argues that the field of psychology may have more to offer pain sufferers than other medical practitioners. He’ll walk you through the dynamics of chronic back pain, offer evidence for changing the way we look at pain treatment, and outline a step-by-step program for back pain rehabilitation.

Harnessing Mindfulness: Fitting Practice to Person

Free Audio with Ron Siegel, PsyD

As more and more people become interested in mindfulness practice, it’s increasingly important to know what mindfulness actually is. In this report, Ron Siegel clarifies terminology that can be confusing for your patients and tells you why you need to be flexible in determining appropriate practices for individual patients.

Mindfulness and Aging: Learning from the Inevitable

Free Report with Ron Siegel, PsyD

Aging can be difficult, and death is inevitable, yet most people experience life as though neither is true. According to Ron, we need to know the art of dying so we can learn the art of living. He’ll lead an exercise in being present toward the discomforts of aging so that we can treat them as an old friend.

Becoming Wise: How Wisdom and Compassion Work Together to Heal

Free Audio with Ron Siegel, PsyD, and Christopher Gerner, PhD

Ron Siegel, PsyD, and Christopher Gerner, PhD, delve into a deeper understanding of wisdom and compassion and how these link together in mindfulness practice. They discuss the research behind applying wisdom and compassion in therapy, and offer a model for therapy with compassion as its focus.

Mindfulness and Intimacy: For Lovers, Parents, and Therapists

Free Report with Ron Siegel, PsyD

Comparisons and preoccupations with perceptions of others may be hard-wired into how we form our sense of self. In this video, Ron Siegel, PsyD walks us through the ways that people create identities through experiences and interactions with others. He shares how mindfulness practice allows us to be present with others in their pain without taking it on as part of our personal narrative.

The Mindful Practitioner

Free Audio with Ron Siegel, PsyD, and Christopher Gerner, PhD

Can mindfulness practice make health and mental healthcare clinicians more effective in providing treatment and, if so, is there scientific evidence to support this claim? In this free report, Ron Siegel highlights how mindful awareness may help prevent burnout among clinicians. He also delves into the physiology of empathy and details how mindfulness can promote neural integration.

From Self Preoccupation to Fulfillment: Lessons from Buddhist Psychology

Free Report with Ron Siegel, PsyD

According to Ron Siegel, people process reality at a breakneck speed with the mind filtering out what is relevant and irrelevant. In this recording, Ron compares what western and Buddhist psychology suggest about how the sense of self is formed and shows how therapeutic mindfulness practice can help build an awareness of present experience with acceptance.

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