1. What are the differences among the courses?
The Revolutionary Practice of Mind Body Medicine is a comprehensive introduction to the field and is recommended for those without any formal training in mind/body interventions.
Changing Lifestyle with Mind Body Medicine: How to Build Resiliency in Patients is an overview for practitioners who want to know what mind/body medicine is and how the treatment of stress applies to illness and patient care.
Building Resilience: The Mind Body Revolution in Health and Healing is an advanced course in cognitive/behavioral therapy for those with some exposure to that field or to mind/body medicine.
2. Can you confirm my registration?
The BHI does not have registration records. You may contact Harvard Medical School Department of Continuing Education at 617.384.8600 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
3. Are these courses appropriate for allied health professionals?
Mind/body medicine is an interdisciplinary field and training in this field is applicable to all professionals whose pratice involves treating illness and supporting overall well-being.
4. Will I be prepared to teach mind/body interventions?
Each of these courses teaches you practical skills to enhance your patient care. Building Resilience: The Mind Body Revolution in Health and Healing provides the most emphasis on skill-building.
5. Do you have CEU information for a specific course?
CEU information listed in the course brochure or on the HMS Web site will be posted on the BHI Web site as soon as it is available.
6. Are there inexpensive lodgings in the area?
The Inn at Longwood Medical offers a reduced rate on lodgings for course participants who register by a certain date; please check the HMS Web site or a course brochure for specifics. You can also contact Donna or Linda at 866 221-6097 at email@example.com or www.bostonreservations.com. They can direct you to a variety of discounted lodgings in the Boston/Brookline/Newton area.