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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.

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Today’s world is more challenging and overwhelming than ever before.

If you experience Anxiety or Depression, you’re not alone. New research reveals that over 1 in 3 adults have experienced symptoms of Anxiety and/or Depression in the past 12 months.1

Although these conditions are treatable, only 37% of those afflicted have sought help.2

The good news is there are scientifically proven skills, tools, and practices you can learn to help manage Anxiety and Depression when they arise. While we tend to shut down or disengage during periods of difficulty, being present and aware of your experience can actually empower you to meet challenges head-on with clarity and intention. MAPs for Anxiety and Depression will teach you how.

1Boston University, 2021
2Anxiety and Depression Association of America, 2021

Mindful Awareness Practices (MAPs) for Anxiety & Depression was developed to help you regain control of your life.

What is MAPs for Anxiety & Depression?

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.

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What Will I Learn?

Approximately 11 hours of video content and practice exercises covering the following topics:

Cory is a former monk, mindfulness advisor for the Dr. Oz show, and bestselling author. He has taught Mindful Leadership at Columbia University, is an instructor of Positive Psychology at the University of Pennsylvania, and for the last ten years has offered mindfulness workshops and retreats around the world. Named by Dr. Oz as one of the nation’s leading experts on mindfulness, his meditations have been heard more than 10 million times in over 100 countries. Cory is the host of the top ranked podcast, Practicing Human, host of the mindfulness app and platform,, and author of the bestselling book, Stop Missing Your Life: How to Be Deeply Present in an Un-Present World.
Cory Muscara, MAPP
Program Co-Host
and Multi-Program Contributor
Dr. Fulwiler is board-certified in Psychiatry with additional certification in Addiction Medicine. He completed his residency in psychiatry at McLean Hospital/Harvard Medical School and obtained his PhD in Neuroscience from Harvard University. He has held academic appointments at Harvard Medical School, Tufts Medical School and is Professor of Psychiatry and Medicine at the University of Massachusetts Medical School. He is currently Director of Strategic Initiatives and Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy Training at Cambridge Health Alliance. He provides supervision and mentoring in mindfulness-based individual therapy and MBCT to other mental health clinicians, and conducts professional trainings in MBCT. He has lectured and conducted workshops and trainings widely throughout the U.S. and internationally on topics related to mindfulness-based approaches to wellness, Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy, and wellness and resilience for healthcare professionals.
Carl Fulwiler, MD, Ph.D.
Program Co-Host

"These are skills that build on our own strengths and inner capacities that we can learn to cultivate to break the cycle of depression."

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