The continuing education events displayed below cover the topic of mindfulness. Register today to view an upcoming event or earn CE credits by viewing a homestudy course at any time.

Mindfulness involves the attention and awareness of one’s present and the acceptance of emotions, thoughts, feelings, and sensations. It is used by therapists everywhere to help individuals understand how their actions relate to their current situation and help them find their way through those details to achieve peace.

Mental health professionals work diligently to help patients pave pathways through issues such as anxiety, depression, behavioral conditions, and more. Mindfulness training for therapists enables providers the ability to equip themselves and their clients with tools to not only navigate current emotional problems, but also prepare oneself for what has yet to come. With these tools under their belt, clients can understand how to avoid mindlessness by identifying the different reactions they instinctively feel, and how to find peace for themselves in any moment.

Mindfulness training for therapists and social workers may be required to fill state licensing requirements, depending on where you are located.

GoodTherapy offers continuing education for therapists focusing on this tool. Examples of courses GoodTherapy offer include identifying practices that develop this skill, applying mindfulness tools to specific areas like anxiety or trauma, and how this tool can help your clients find peace. Mindfulness training for therapists offers an opportunity to help your clients better understand themselves, be less reactive in the moment, and prepare for emotional suffering that may enter their life.

Continuing education for therapists offers a chance for behavioral health providers to strengthen and grow their skill level while helping clients navigate circumstances like the ones described above. Sign up for a live, online mindfulness training for therapists or watch a homestudy course today.


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