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MBSR program

Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction, the most recognized and scientifically researched mindfulness training program. Produced by Jon Kabat-Zinn, PhD at the University of Massachusetts medical school. Taught live & online.

Hello and welcome

Welcome to The MIBA Method - a clinically proven approach that combines psychotherapy, psycho-education and Mindfulness to help to improve mental health; reducing stress, anxiety, depression, insomnia, and helping to improve overall wellbeing.

One of the major contributing factors of stress, anxiety and depression is due to what goes on in the mind or how we think about and perceive an experience. This can affect emotions, feelings, and behaviour. Often these mental processes are passenger driven, coming from the subconscious, and occurring automatically. But how can we change this? Can we become aware of these thoughts and feelings, especially in the midst of a stressful or emotional event? Can we change how we think?

You may be surprised to learn that it’s not what appears in your mind, but what you do with it that makes the difference to your mental health and happiness.

With the MIBA Method’s approach, you will look at what you give meaning to and how these meanings could be shaping your level of happiness. This way, you can learn to consciously reframe how you see things, creating healthier habits in the mind.

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What does MIBA Method mean?

MIBA stands for "Mindfulness based" as Mindfulness is considered an important tool that bridges the gap between psychology, psychoeducation, and mental wellbeing, providing a safe environment to open up to the inner workings of the mind.

"Method" is this context is defined in broader terms, expanding beyond treatment, but instead based on the original Greek meaning: meta “in quest of” + hodos “a way, manner or path”. A such this method is a way of life and is about personal evolution. With the MIBA method you are your own therapist; your healing occurs by coming closer to you.

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