CE Credits for Behavior Change Training, Step 2
Presenter(s): Judson Brewer, MD, PhD; Robin Boudette, PhD; Jacqui Barnett
CE/CPE Credit: Up to 20 credit hours.
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Learning Level: Advanced
Combination of Live Online and Home Study Workshops: Series. This purchase is only for the CE portion of the program. Please contact MindSciences, Inc. to register for the actual program.
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This is step two of a 2-part training program that will qualify the practitioner to facilitate the Craving to Quit ®, Eat Right Now® and Unwinding Anxiety® programs. Step 2 is an 8-week practicum that is composed of:
a. a live online component (2 hours weekly) where practitioners observe how to apply the principles of mindfulness and operant conditioning by experienced facilitator trainers at the weekly web group meetings. In the first hour,
practitioners become “participant observers”, who will also evaluate the trainers as to their adherence to the
Mindfulness-Based Intervention Teacher Assessment Criteria (MBI-TAC). This is followed by a one-hour live online
training component, where practitioners discuss their observations and insights in the weekly supervision meetings
that immediately follow the web group meetings. Total of 16 hours.
b. A home study component, where participants review two (individual or group) sessions of your training partner, and
two of your own (individual or group) sessions using MBI-TAC. This activity is monitored by an experienced facilitator
trainer. Total of 4 hours.
1. Describe how habits are forms and perpetuated with regard to emotional eating, smoking, anxiety and beyond.
2. Describe how mindfulness affects brain processes.
3. Discuss how mindfulness approaches can help change addictive habit patterns.
4. Describe the "flipped classroom" learning model.
5. Demonstrate facility with mindful inquiry skills noticing, dialoguing and linking and facilitation in group and/or
6. Observe how mindfulness skills and knowledge of operant conditioning are implemented with group participants by
experienced facilitator trainers in weekly online web group check-ins.
7. Evaluate trainer adherence to principles of the Mindfulness-Based Intervention Teacher Assessment Criteria (MBI-
TAC) in weekly online web group.
8. Discuss observations/insights of weekly online web group in a training group setting.
- List teaching strengths of peer in each domain of MBI-TAC
- List learning needs of peer in each domain of MBI-TAC
- List teaching strengths of self in each domain of MBI-TAC
- List learning needs of self in each domain of MBI-TAC