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MiCBT Teaching - Japan

Wednesday, October 21, 2015
主催 MiCBT 日本研究会


昨年度に引き続き、今年度もオーストラリアの MiCBTInstitute ブルーノ・カイユン博士の 許可の元、内藤美加子先生による「マインドフルネス統合認知行動療法(MiCBT)」トレー ニングコースを2つ実施するご案内をすることとなりました。
「2日間体験入門ワーク・ショップ」と、そこで学んだことを実際に臨床現場で活用した い方のための「臨床実践基本コース」です。ご関心のあるみなさん、ぜひ MiCBT を一緒に 学びましょう。 MiCBT 日本研究会事務局長 馬見塚珠生
① 日間体験入門ワーク・ショップ MiCBT を基礎からじっくり学ぶコースです。
時 :2015 年 11 月 21 日(土)&22 日(日) 10 時~17 時 ところ :ドーンセンター(大阪府男女共同参画・青少年センター)
最寄駅:京阪「天満橋」駅、地下鉄谷町線「天満橋」駅から徒歩 5 分
受講料 :26,000 円(基礎編+上級編の CD 付※1) 定 員: 40 名 参加資格:医師、臨床心理士、精神保健福祉士
② 臨床実践基本コース※2

MiCBT を実際に臨床現場で活用したい方のためのコースです。①の 日間体験

入門 で学んだ知識をもとに、7 回分のスカイプによるグループ・セッション※3 を行 います。
時 : 2015 年 11 月29 日(日),12 月 13 日(日),20 日(日),27 日(日)、
2016 年 1 月 10 日(日),17 日(日),24 日(日) いずれも 10 時~12 時 受講料 :21,000 円 定員: 10 名(先着順とさせていただきます※4) 参加資格:医師、臨床心理士、精神保健福祉士

※1: 2014 年 7 月 6 日に京都で開催された WS を受講された方はすでに基礎編をお持ちですので、上級編のみの配
布になります。受講料は 2,000 円の割引となります。
※2:①の MiCBT2 日間体験入門 WS を履修された方のみお申込みいただけます。
※3:MiCBTInstitute の規約により、2 日間体験入門 WS の履修だけでは MiCBT を患者さんに適用することはできませ ん。必ず、7 回分のスカイプによるグループ・セッションを修了される必要があります。なお、スカイプによるグル ープ・セッションは、全日程への参加が必要です。
※4:先着にもれた方へは、次回開催の「臨床実践基本コース」を優先的にご案内させていただきます。


申込み方法は裏面へ!

●申し込み方法:MiCBT 日本研究会事務局までメールにて
①希望コース、②お名前、③ご所属、④住所、⑤メールアドレス、⑥電話番号、⑦臨床心
理士の方は臨床心理士番号(研修ポイント申請予定) を明記の上、お申込みください。

* 日間体験入門 と臨床実践基本コースの同時申込みも可能です。
●申し込みメールアドレス:MiCBT 日本研究会事務局 micbt.nihon@gmail.com
●申込み期日:2015 年 11 月8日(日) 【定員になり次第〆切らせていただきます】
MiCBT(マインドフルネス統合認知行動療法)とは?



BRISBANE: Upcoming 8-week MiCBT courses with Patrea O'Donoghue.

Wednesday, October 07, 2015

These 8-week courses offer a structured method that effectively re-trains your brain and starts extinguishing unhelpful automatic thinking and reactive patterns. You’ll develop greater self-awareness and self-acceptance, the ability to settle yourself and stay calm, and be more assertive.   


CAPALABA starting: Wed 14th Oct 2015 (evenings). Address: Redland Community Centre, 29 Loraine St, Capalaba. 

PADDINGTON (Brisbane) starting: please express your interest for 2016 programs. Address: The Old Church Hall, 78 Enoggera Tce (cnr Surrey St), Paddington

Contact: 0410 264 224 or patrea@ozemail.com.au


Early Bird Registration ends next week ~ October 7 ~ Don't miss out!

Monday, September 28, 2015
 

Specialised MiCBT Workshops

 
 

These workshops are specifically designed to assist MiCBT therapists who have completed the Foundation Course as well as those with more advanced MiCBT training.

 
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MiCBT for Chronic Pain

This is a specialised workshop on the specific use of MiCBT for chronic pain and its common co-morbid disorders. This hands-on workshop will describe the important theoretical framework underlying the use of MiCBT for pain, both chronic and acute. It will also involve real case video demonstrations of distress reduction in clients with different types of chronic pain. 

     
 
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MiCBT for Children

The aim of this specialised workshop is to introduce the use of MiCBT for children with behaviour difficulties, especially those associated with anxiety, ADHD and oppositional behaviour. It will describe the important theoretical framework underlying the use of MiCBT for impaired executive functions and demonstrate the application of the four therapeutic stages. This practical workshop will include video demonstrations of behaviour change in a 12-year old boy with anxiety, ADHD and mild Autism following MiCBT. 


 
 
 
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MiCBT for Chronic Pain 
MiCBT for Children

Interested in both workshops? 

Further discounts apply!

       
 
 
CPD Hours: 7 CPD hours / workshop may be claimed, but please check eligibility with your professional body regarding other criteria, e.g. active, special college,  etc. (For Psychologists, this course meets APS criteria for 7 Active CPD hours.)
 
 

Come and share your experience with other skillful MiCBT practitioners and colleagues!

 

Hotel Mercure Melbourne
Treasury Gardens



Trainer

Dr Bruno Cayoun is Director of the MiCBT Institute and a Clinical Psychologist in private practice in Hobart, Tasmania. He is the principal developer of Mindfulness-integrated Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (MiCBT) and has been teaching this approach to mental health professionals in Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Singapore, Canada and Ireland since 2003.  He has practised mindfulness meditation and undergone intensive training in mindfulness centres in France, Nepal, India, and Australia for since 1989.


In their words: Dr Bruno Cayoun & The power of equanimity for pain reduction

Thursday, August 27, 2015

It was 10 years ago, but I clearly remember walking in the corridor of the School of Psychology with Sara Lazar’s article in my hand and a strange sense of elation. I had seen the first biological evidence that mindfulness meditation can increase volume in parts of the brain used for sustaining attention and regulating our emotions.

The repeated observation of brain reorganization, also called ‘neuroplasticity’, was no longer limited to stroke rehabilitation and phantom limb phenomena. Since then, numerous studies have further revealed the brain mechanisms and beneficial effects of mindfulness meditation in a wide range of conditions. Among those, many have investigated the effects of mindfulness on the brain and behavior of pain sufferers.

When we are in pain, we perceive pain as a threat. We resent it and avoid it as much as possible, often forgetting that it is just a messenger of something unusual to attend to in the body. In other words, we take our pain personally. Three years ago, American neuroscientists Marwan Baliki and Vania Apkarian published compelling neurological evidence that 80 percent of people who transit from acute to chronic pain produce neuroplasticity linking pain pathways to learning areas of the brain, showing that chronic pain is largely learned. They concluded that future research should focus on finding ways of preventing the learning of pain.

Incidentally, for the past 14 years, my colleagues and I have not only done this, we have also trained chronic pain sufferers to unlearn their pain. We have done so by implementing a mindfulness-based exposure technique to increase distress tolerance during both physical and emotional pain. This method is derived from the Burmese vipassana tradition in the lineage of Ledi Sayadaw, Thetgyi, U Ba Khin and Goenka, and is an important skill learned by all mental health professionals training in Mindfulness-integrated Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (MiCBT) at the MiCBT Institute.

Though the entire interaction with a client/patient lasts about four minutes, the actual exposure lasts only twice 30 seconds. No tricks, no distraction, no hypnosis, just a particular way of paying attention; with objectivity and equanimity. The results are more than amazing. They defy our common understanding of both physical and emotional pain. Following exposure, the usual average of pain reduction is about 50 percent, and our recent pilot trial shows that the benefits are maintained at 10-week follow-up.

It is understandable that not all chronic pain sufferers are able or amenable to undergo a full mindfulness-based program and maintain daily meditation practice. Accordingly, using such a short method that they could use on their own, following a brief demonstration with their GP or pain specialist, could be a wonderful way of assisting conventional treatments. I look forward to presenting our results in October at the forthcoming Mind and Its Potential conference in Sydney.

Dr Bruno Cayoun is a clinical psychologist and principal developer of Mindfulness-integrated Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (MiCBT). He will be presenting at Mind & Its Potential 2015. For more information and to register, please click here.

Mind & Its Potential 2015

Friday, July 24, 2015

27 & 28 October 2015 | The Concourse, Chatswood, Sydney
USE IT OR LOSE IT!

Not long ago, science had the notion that the capacity of the brain was fixed. We had what we were born with and past early adulthood, it was all downhill. However, the science of neuroplasticity has completely changed that. We now know that our brain is like a muscle and our mind can be trained to improve intelligence, learn new skills, be kinder, be happier and be more content. 

For the past 10 years, the Mind & Its Potential conference has been at the forefront of this exciting new frontier of science. It is a conference like no other, bringing together world-leading scientists, psychologists and educators, as well as ordinary people doing extraordinary things.

As Dr Cayoun is a conference speaker, our MiCBT contacts are entitled to a 20% discount on fees. 

·      Book before 31 July and save $380 off the full 2 day conference fee and $480 off the full 3 day gold pass fee.

·      Book before 18 September and save $300 off the full 2 day conference fee and  $380 off the full 3 day gold pass fee.

Book online using VIP code SPEAKER or call (02) 8719 5118 to register    


KEYNOTES INCLUDE:

  • Tony Buzan, UK, inventor of the Mind Map and world-renowned expert in the fields of creativity, leadership and thinking
  • Jeffrey M Schwartz MD, USA, leading neuroplasticity researcher and co-author of You Are Not Your Brain
  • Professor Toni Noble, leading teacher, educator and psychologist
  • Joe Williams, proud Wiradjuri Aboriginal man, world champion boxer and former NRL player
  • Dr Helena Popovic, medical doctor and leading authority on brain plasticity in relation to obesity
  • Dr Amantha Imber, creativity and innovation psychologist and best-selling author
  • Jared Cooney Horvath, co-founder of The Education Neuroscience Initiative
  • Patrick Hollingworth, leadership expert and high-altitude mountaineer
  • Dr Tim Sharp, leading positive psychologist and founder of The Happiness Institute 
  • ... plus many more incredible minds!  


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