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The ACM Mind-Body Connection

Connecting Our Community To A Healthier Future
Allegany College of Maryland is pleased to share a longstanding partnership with the Washington, D.C. based Center for Mind-Body Medicine. More than 40 area professionals have been trained in the CMBM’s model of Self-Care and Group Support. The Western Maryland team offers many local opportunities to receive training in Mind-Body Skills for students, health care professionals, educators and laypersons.
Questions?
Director, Health & Human Services, The Center for Continuing Education & Workforce Development
301-784-5526
Location: CONTINUING EDUCATION CE 22
Mind, Body, Medicine is the antidote to stress
Stressed?
Dr. James Gordon returns to ACM
Feb. 7
Grant Funded Training Application Deadline
Dec. 8

What you need to do?
  • Apply for your spot in the OOCC Grant Funded Mind-Body Skills Training. Application deadline is December 8th, 2019.
  • Schedule an Introduction to Mind-Body Skills workshop for your organization.
  • Are you interested in an 8-week Small Group training in Mind-Body Skills? Please contact Kathy Condor
What do we do?
  • Free Mind-Body Skills Introductory Workshops for your organization.
  • 8-Week Mind-Body Skills Experiential Trainings available throughout the year.
  • Provide targeted trainings for health, human service and education professionals.
Upcoming Trainings
Mind-Body Professional Training
Feb 7-10
Mind-Body Advanced Training
March 12-15
Local Mind-Body Skills Groups Begin
April 2020

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Helpful Videos

Take a look at the following videos for step by step guides and helpful tips!

Person sitting in Lotus Pose

Self-Care Soft Belly Breathing

Host - CBS 60 Minutes

CMBM featured on CBS 60 Minutes

Hands holding coffee cup

Self-Care Empty Your Cup

CMBM Webseries Logo

CMBM Webinar Series

 


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Frequently Asked Questions
  • What are Mind-Body Skills Groups?
    The Center for Mind-Body Medicine uses a proven model of Self-Care and Group Support, called Mind-Body Skills Groups.  The groups provide a safe space for individuals to tap into their own thoughts, sensations and feelings, while learning skills to mitigate the impacts of stress and trauma on their physical and emotional well-being.
  • What types of skills do you teach?
    Mind-Body skills include:  Various forms of Meditation, Guided Imagery, Biofeedback and Self-Expression in drawings, words and pictures.
  • How do I sign up for a group or workshop?
    To register for an announced training, please call 301-784-5341.  For more information on other local Mind-Body Skills initiatives, please contact Kathy Condor at kcondor@allegany.edu or 301-784-5526.
  • Is there an age limit to use these skills?
    Mind-Body Skills can be taught to children as young as 2 – and are very helpful for everyone up to the elderly.

Meet the Staff

The Western Maryland Mind-Body Team is ready to meet with you! Please contact us to set up an information session for your organization or learn more about upcoming Mind-Body Skills training opportunities.

Kathy J. Condor 
Director, Health & Human Services, The Center for Continuing Education & Workforce Development

301-784-5526
Continuing Education 22

 

Cherie Snyder 
Professor, Program Director, Integrative Health

301-784-5556
Allied Health 239

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