Mindfulness-Based Healthcare and Human Services
The College of Health and Human Sciences—an innovator in emerging curriculum is now
offering an Advanced Certificate in Mindfulness-Based Healthcare and Human Services
(MBHHS) to prepare healthcare and human service professionals to meet the complex
needs of evolving work environments.
This first-of-its-kind academic certificate program in applied mindfulness adapts
to the interests and aspirations of its participants, providing a robust learning
environment to nourish personal and professional development in a truly unique way.
The MBHHS program is working to build a mindfulness-based healthcare and human services
community to provide participants with the support, skills, context, and experience,
enabling them to effectively share their own embodied mindfulness practice with others
in real-life and in diverse work settings.
- Skilled Faculty with Advanced Training
The MBHHS Program has assembled a skilled teaching team that integrates strong practice backgrounds with unique interests, experiences, and social and cultural perspectives.
- Convenient Online Courses
The program includes three relevant and practical online courses designed for working healthcare professionals.
- Practice What You Learn Immediately
This certificate supports practitioners in building a robust personal mindfulness practice that will support them in skillfully handling relationship conflict, building resilience, and stress-hardiness. It will support practitioners in authentically and appropriately integrating mindfulness into their practice areas.
Your Career Opportunities
With an Advanced Certificate in Mindfulness-Based Healthcare and Human Services, you will be at the forefront of this emerging area of practice as an ambassador of applied mindfulness in your personal life, work environment, and community.
Based upon your experience and the depth and breadth of your mindfulness practice, this advanced certificate will support you in gaining skills, knowledge, and know-how to be a dedicated leader in creating, implementing, and evaluating mindfulness-based interventions and programs in healthcare and human service practice settings across the world.
Formal admission is required for the program. The application deadline for Fall 2020 admission is July 1, 2020, and the document deadline is July 20.
The Department of Occupational Therapy requires additional documents such as a statement of purpose and resume.
For more information, please visit the Admission Requirements.