Mindfulness-based Mind Fitness Training

A Trauma-sensitive Online Course to Build Resilience and Thrive During Stress
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Mindfulness-Based Mind Fitness Training (MMFT) has been tested through rigorous neuroscience and stress physiology research, funded by the U.S. Department of Defense and other foundations. Since 2008, Dr. Elizabeth Stanley and her collaborators have conducted four studies with combat troops preparing to deploy to Iraq and Afghanistan—with strong positive results published in top-tier scientific journals.

Some key benefits supported by the research:  

Improved Cognitive Performance: Greater sustained attention, better working memory capacity, and fewer negative emotions

Better Physiological Self-Regulation and Resilience: more effective stress responses during challenge and faster/more complete recovery afterwards, better-quality sleep, and improved biomarkers of resilience and immune functioning

Better Regulation of Negative Emotions: Greater pain tolerance, better pain regulation, lower perceived stress, less emotional reactivity, and better impulse control

While these benefits were documented among troops preparing for deployment, they are available to everyone! For those of us facing less stressful circumstances than combat, the beneficial outcomes are likely to be even greater. 
Format Details
Online Course
Contents Online Learning
Product Code XC06730

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Elizabeth Stanley

About Elizabeth Stanley

Elizabeth Stanley is a Georgetown University professor and creator of Mindfulness-based Mind Fitness Training (MMFT)®, taught to thousands in civilian and military high-stress environments. MMFT® research has been featured on 60 Minutes, the ABC Evening News, NPR, and in Time magazine. A U.S. Army veteran with service in Asia and Europe, she holds degrees from Yale, Harvard, and MIT. She's a long-standing mindfulness practitioner and certified practitioner of Somatic Experiencing®, a body-based trauma therapy. Her most recent book is Widen the Window: Training Your Brain and Body to Thrive During Stress and Recover from Trauma.