Mental wellbeing is not a one-size fits all approach.
MAPs offers Online Mindfulness Programs customized for specific professions and populations delivered through self-paced learning modules.
Mindfulness for Anxiety and Depression, taught by leading experts in the fields of Clinical Psychology, Psychiatry, and Neuroscience
This program offers a comprehensive approach to stress management for individuals experiencing mild to moderate symptoms of Anxiety and Depression. Our 10 module online program is rooted in Mindfulness, Positive Psychology, and Self-Compassion research and is specifically designed to complement traditional treatment plans.*
You will learn how to create sustainable rituals for self-care, cultivate resilience, and explore various Mindful Awareness Practices.
*This program is not intended to treat, diagnose, or cure any mental or physical ailments, conditions, or symptoms. This program is intended for informational purposes only and should be used after consultation with a mental healthcare provider and not in place of professional treatment. If you are currently experiencing a mental health emergency, you should contact:
Approximately 11 hours of video content and practice exercises covering the following topics:
Meet your program co-hosts, get an introduction to the foundations of Mindfulness and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and learn the importance of practicing sustainable self-care rituals to support your mental wellbeing.
Build your capacity to focus. Learn to calm your mind, work with wandering thoughts, and stay present with what is happening inside you and around you.
Understand why positive emotions have a significant impact on our resilience and how to cultivate them in daily life. Start to give yourself permission to feel good and contribute to your own wellbeing.
Explore the science of stress and understand our inherent “negativity bias” as humans. Learn how to be present with feelings of discomfort and negative emotions in order to transform your experience with stressful situations, rather than avoid them.
Take a closer look at your ingrained habits and patterns that may no longer be serving you. Understand how to navigate periods of transition in order to foster growth and resilience.
Explore foundational Positive Psychology topics such as Grit, Character Strengths, and Hopefulness to help shift your perspective and develop a greater sense of meaning and purpose.
Discover what Self-Compassion truly is and the various practices you can use to cultivate deeper compassion for yourself and others. Use Self-Compassion to be kinder and more gentle with yourself when periods of Anxiety and/or Depression arise.
Learn about the research and background of MBCT and how it can be used to effectively manage Anxiety and Depression. Explore the reciprocal relationship between thoughts and feelings, and understand that thoughts are not facts. Create an action plan for self-care in order to navigate periods of difficulty and support yourself in a meaningful way.
Use Mindfulness to communicate with more presence, clarity, and patience to help strengthen your connection with others. Learn useful communication strategies and phrases in order to respond to triggers in a more skillful way.
As the program comes to a close, learn how you can continue your exploration of Mindfulness, Positive Psychology, and Self-Compassion with both formal and informal practices. Consider how you can continue practicing sustainable self-care in a way that works for you. While the modules have come to an end, you can always draw on these skills, tools, and practices whenever you need them!