WEBINAR: Mindful Ecotherapy for Anxiety

This is a LIVE WEBINAR that will be presented on November 9, 2023 at 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Pacific Standard Time. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR THIS WEBINAR Target Audience: Mental Health Professionals LIVE Interactive Continuing Education Hours: 3 (Three) Ecopsychology is the study of how the natural world impacts mental well-being. Ecotherapy is … Read more

The 7Cs – Compassion

“If your compassion does not include yourself it is incomplete.” – Jack Kornfield People who have difficulties with emotional aggression are generally people who care deeply about the people in their lives. They have the capacity to be very caring and compassionate people. Their emotional aggression is often the result of attempting to express their … Read more

The 7Cs of Family Resilience

All families encounter problems from time to time. When families go through a crisis, some fall apart, while others manage to “ride the storm out” and come through the other side relatively intact. Research has shown that families who manage to handle a crisis effectively all have certain characteristics in common. These characteristics are called … Read more

Changes to the Facilitator Certification Program

In order to offer more flexible options for the Mindfulness-Based Facilitator Certification Program, we have made some changes to the path to certification. There are now TWO options that lead to certification. In the past we’ve only offered the Mindfulness-Based Ecotherapy Facilitator Certification Program as a package; however, there are three courses contained within the … Read more

The Assumptions-Perceptions-Reality Triad

Our assumptions work together to create our perceptions, and our perceptions create our reality. Let’s take a closer look at how this process works. Suppose I have an assumption that, “Everybody in the world is out to get me.” That assumption will set my perception filter to look for evidence that supports my assumption. So … Read more

Mindfulness-Based Ecotherapy Program Facilitator Training Course

Click here to purchase this course About the Mindfulness-Based Ecotherapy Program Mindfulness-Based Ecotherapy combines the skills of mindfulness with the healing power of nature. MBE is used as a framework for helping individuals and families to find deeper connections in their own lives, and to give more meaning and enjoyment to the activities of daily … Read more

Assumptions, Perceptions, and Reality

We all make assumptions every day about the way the world works and our places in it. These assumptions color our perceptions about the way things work, and these perceptions influence our reality. By changing our assumptions and our perceptions we can create a different reality for ourselves. Let’s talk about how this works. Assumptions … Read more


Mindfulness-Based Ecotherapy Journal In 2024 the Mindfulness-Based Ecotherapy Organization will begin the publication of the Mindfulness-Based Ecotherapy Journal, a quarterly publication dedicated to the study of mindfulness and ecotherapy, and the intersection of the two. We are currently accepting submissions for the journal. The Mindfulness-Based Ecotherapy Journal will follow a double-blind reviewing procedure. This means … Read more

New Mindfulness-Based Ecotherapy Certification

The Mindful Ecotherapy Center, LLC has been providing continuing education in mindfulness and ecotherapy since 2007. During all of that time, students of Mindfulness-Based Ecotherapy have continually expressed a desire for an organization that specifically caters to the educational needs of counselors and therapists who practice Mindful Ecotherapy. With these needs in mind, the Mindful … Read more

Problem-focused and Solution-focused Memes

The idea behind using Meme Triads is to move from a problem-focused paradigm to a solution-focused paradigm. One of the goals of using Meme Triads is to begin to think in terms of solutions instead of in terms of problems. When we start thinking in terms of solutions, we begin to live with intention. The … Read more

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