Mindfulness-Based Interventions for Chronic Health Conditions (MBSR) is a nine-week group program led by a physician. It is held at the General site for three and a half hours a week on Friday afternoons. During these sessions, instruction is provided for various guided meditations, cogitative strategies and gentle mindful movements/yoga.
MBSR is ideal for individuals with stable chronic medical illness such as diabetes, inflammatory bowel disease, cancer, arthritis, fibromyalgia, high blood pressure and other chronic medical conditions. It may also be helpful for caregivers and other health professionals in coping with their stress levels.
This program requires an active commitment to one's own health and to doing an hour of daily homework.
Learn more and register
To learn more about MBSR please visit Dr. Katalin Margittai's website and find out when the next orientation seminar is being held. After reviewing the website, you can call 416-483-3778 to register.
If you are interested in MBSR, ask your physicians to fax a completed referral form to intake at 416-756-6671.