There are a growing number of centres offering MBCT in the context
of clinical care and research.
Foundation - Be Mindful (United Kingdom)
Be Mindful is a campaign, by the Mental Health Foundation, raising
awareness about the benefits of mindfulness. It includes video
interviews with Ruby Wax, who uses mindfulness and Mark Williams
explaining how Mindfulness works to help people stay well after
Cognitive Therapy (United Kingdom)
A website for MBCT in the United Kingdom with complementary
information to this website (MBCT North America) on books, founders,
research and workshops.
Provides training in cognitive therapy, also sells resource
materials. Hosts workshops in mindfulness-based approaches for
The Centre for Mindfulness Research and Practice
University of Wales, Bangor, UK.
centre which carries out both introductory and advanced training in
Ottawa Mindfulness Clinic
Provides treatment and training in mindfulness based clinical care.
Association Suisse de
(ASPCO) features both workshops and professional training in
Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy.
Site Francophone sur la Pleine Conscience (Mindfulness) en
French site for Mindfulness and Psychotherapy.
Includes downloadable guided mindfulness meditations in French (mp3
The Italian Institute for Mindfulness (Italy)
The Institute for Mindfulness-Based Approaches (Germany)
Association pour le Développement de la Mindfulness (France)
Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy for Depression (San Franscisco)
Dr. Pierre Philippot, Catholic University, Louvain, Belgium
Involved in evaluating Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy for the
treatment of tinnitus and also offers training in mindfulness-based
Dr. Graham Meadows, Monash University, Victoria, Australia
Conducting a study of Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy and
antidepressant medication for patients with recurrent depression.
Dr. Chris Walsh,
private practice, Melbourne, Australia
website listing mindfulness treatment resources in Australia.
Dr. Stuart Eisendrath, University of California, San
Involved in evaluating Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy in
patients with treatment resistant depression. Contact the Depression
Center at Langley Porter.
Dr. Alan Marlatt, University of Washington, Seattle
Modified the MBCT program to develop Mindfulness-Based Relapse
Prevention for Addictions.
Living - Micki Fine, M.Ed, private practice, Houston, Texas
Dr. Susan Evans, Weill Cornell Physicians, New York City,
Dr. Donald Fleck, private practice, New York City, New York
Roger Nolan, MA,
private practice, South Pasadena, California
Goldstein, private practice, Los Angeles, California
Kravitz, private practice, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania