MBCT-L (Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy for Life) 2023 Sponsorship FAQs


Cognitive Impairment Therapy – FAQ

No. The learnings from the MBCT-L programme can be generalized. The trainers, however, will draw examples from healthcare settings for illustration and demonstration.

This MBCT-L programme will be held in person at Mind Art Experiential Lab (MAELab) located at Alexandra Hospital, Block 29, Level 2. [Google maps]

Please refer to the detailed programme here.

Yes! You will receive a certificate which include the number of hours practiced signed by our two trainers who are both trained MBCT teachers. Those who have at least 80% attendance will be eligible to register for the Mindfulness Teacher Training.

You can arrange for a call with the trainers to clarify the materials you missed. Please note that there is a requirement of 80% attendance for the certificate to be eligible for further training.

There is an early bird promotion, available for those who register by 16 Aug 2023.

  • Early bird price: $480 before GST
  • Standard price: $540 before GST
  • NUS Staff and Students are eligible to join the course at a sponsored rate, terms & conditions apply

We have a special concession rate for NUS Staff and Students. Please refer to the terms & conditions for more details. Sponsored slots will be given on a first-come-first-serve basis so register early!

Unfortunately, we are not working with SkillsFuture at the moment.

Registrations will close on 1 Sep 2023. The early bird discount is only available until 16 Aug 2023.

No, MindGym does not offer the Mindfulness Teacher Training. Please refer to the Oxford Mindfulness Centre website for more information.

While the MBCT-L course can be helpful for your understanding of MAP, its focus is different. It should not be applied and taught to our AWE participants. MBCT is geared towards those with chronic low moods, depression, and negative thoughts. MAP’s purpose is to increase awareness, attention, and concentration which is based on seniors’ primary concern of loneliness, forgetfulness and health.

If you have any other questions, please contact Maureen at maurose@nus.edu.sg