Applications Are Now Being Accepted!
Program Dates – June 2019 – October 2019
Distance Learning with Two 2- Day Residential Retreats
Applications Available Now – Opened April 8th
Qualified applicants are approved on a first come basis
Mindfulness in Recovery® (MIR) is a skills-based, accessible and comprehensive mindfulness program designed specifically for recovery. It supports all recovery pathways using an individualized, mindfulness curriculum that empowers the client to integrate it with their personal values, cultural background, and spiritual beliefs. Using the language of recovery in the curriculum to build connections to recovery communities and literature, the MIR principles can be integrated seamlessly with your current treatment modalities providing clients with the skills to put the therapeutic tools you are offering them into practice. Learn more about MIR.
About the Trainers
John Bruna is the co-founder of the Mindful Life Program™ and of Mindfulness in Recovery®. John has been in continuous recovery since 1984, had successful careers in addiction treatment and as an educator prior to spending over six years as an ordained Buddhist monastic. Drawing from his extensive training and personal experiences over three decades, John has become a leading voice in the field of mindfulness, authoring The Wisdom of a Meaningful Life: The Essence of Mindfulness and The Essential Guidebook to Mindfulness in Recovery, as well as presenting at TEDx and conferences throughout the country. John is for his warmth, humor, and ability to make teachings practical and accessible.
Our clinical director, Melissa Mose, M.A. Ph.D. (c) is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and has been in private practice for 25 years. She primarily treats anxiety, addiction and trauma using Internal Family Systems, ACT and CBT. Melissa began to study meditation thirty years ago, is a certified MLP mindfulness teacher and has a meditation and mindfulness practice that supports her daily life, her recovery and her work with clients. She is the proud mother of a 16-year-old daughter with whom she loves to hike, read and listen to music.
Mindfulness in Recovery® (MIR) Facilitator Certification Program