The Center for Mind-Body Medicine (CMBM) was founded in 1991 in Washington DC, United States of America. CMBM was founded with the goals to make self-care, self-awareness, and mutual support common aspects of all healthcare. CMBM trains leaders in skills such as creative self-expression, meditation, and physiological self-awareness in programs such as CRP’s Mind-Body-Medicine program. These trained leaders then guide groups in high-trauma communities around the world. CMBM strives to spread compassion and community-supported trauma relief.
Learn more about The Center for Mind-Body Medicine here.
Connecting Minds and Bodies to Heal from Trauma
CRP’s Mind-Body Medicine program is a way for people to connect with their own emotions, open up about their feelings and heal their trauma. But it doesn’t just help the individual participants. Read more to find out how it benefits family, friends and the whole community. . .
Coping with Traumatic Experiences Through Mind-Body Medicine
CRP’s class on the mind and body has been a success, giving refugees a base upon which they can talk and heal from their traumas. Calming their mind, relaxing their body, the class had been an important asset for its members.