Perhaps you’ve just read Widen the Window, or you’ve heard about the rigorous scientific research showing MMFT’s benefits in high-stress environments. Now, you’re wondering how you can take the entire MMFT course. These tried-and-tested methods for widening the window have helped thousands of people who work in high-stress environments—and now they can help you, too.
I am excited to partner with Sounds True to offer an online version of Mindfulness-based Mind Fitness Training (MMFT)®. Since launching in November 2020, it’s available on-demand. And, for a limited time, you can access this course for half-off!
When I first started collaborating with Sounds True, I had no idea that a global pandemic would be on the horizon. Who knew that an online resilience training program could be so timely?
The Online MMFT Course
The 8-week MMFT online course includes all essential elements of the live MMFT course—updated with the most recent research about stress, trauma, and resilience. You can start whenever you like—and since it’s self-paced, you can take as long as you need.
In this course, you’ll:
- Build your resilience, by recovering from prior stress and healing from trauma
- Improve your decision-making and your ability to access choice during challenge
- Create more effective relationships, especially during stress and conflict
Each instructional module contains several 5- to 20-minute self-paced video lessons and interactive activities that guide you through the course in small, digestible pieces. You’ll practice guided exercises each day for 10-30 minutes—during small intervals throughout the day—so that by the end of the course, you’ll have established a sustainable mind fitness practice. You’ll receive support and guidance through weekly emails and a FAQ database. You’ll also receive access to 12 monthly live Q&A calls with me.
MMFT’s first four modules focus on the neurobiology of stress, trauma, and resilience—and introduce the basic exercises for self-regulation. The second four modules teach about habits, decision-making, emotions, social interactions, and conflict—and introduce more advanced exercises for self-regulation interpersonally.
Financial Aid for All Who Need It—and Free MMFT Access for Public Servants
I partnered with Sounds True because we were both committed to making this course accessible to as many people as possible. Sounds True offers financial aid to anyone who needs it. You can apply for financial aid here.
In addition, the Sounds True Foundation has dedicated funds to offer the course for free to public servants, including:
- Health-Care Workers—Doctors, nurses, and medical assistants
- First Responders—Paramedics, firefighters, and law enforcement officers
- Military Personnel—Active-duty & reservist service-members and veterans
- Diplomats and Intelligence Agents
- Public-School Teachers
If you work as a public servant, you can apply to gain complimentary access on the registration page. Just scroll down to right above the FAQ and you’ll find the link.
And, if you would like to help others gain complimentary access, you can make a tax-deductible contribution to the Sounds True Foundation for this purpose.