I am an endorsed clinical psychologist and an internationally-recognised expert in mindfulness. I am co-author of Mindful Learning and Mindful Relationships and one of the developers of Smiling Mind.

I provide clinical psychology sessions for individuals and couples. These emphasise the transformative effects of mindfulness combined with a range of other effective, evidence-based therapies including CBTACT and Gottman Couple’s Therapy.

My mindfulness presentations, workshops and courses are designed to teach you how to be more present and engaged in every area of your life. I teach mindfulness in a practical evidence-based way so it can be easily grasped and seamlessly integrated it into your personal life or workplace – like I did recently on the ABC’s Catalyst program.

At Monash University, I am leading an initiative to create the world’s first mindful university, embedding mindfulness in the core curriculum for all students.

For over 15 years, I have helped a growing number of individuals, educational institutions, businesses, professional sporting teams and community organisations use mindfulness to improve their wellbeing and performance.

Mindful Stress Reduction – Six Week Course

Want to learn mindfulness? Or just reduce stress, improve wellbeing and boost your productivity/performance?

This six-week course is the perfect place to start. It explores the science and practice of mindfulness and teaches you how to apply it to reduce stress and to improve your wellbeing, productivity/performance and relationships. No previous experience with mindfulness is required.

Mondays 7:30 to 9pm in Richmond, starting:

To book a place, click on the date above that suits you. For more information, please contact me on 0422 830 633 or hello@drrichardchambers.com

I can also run customised courses in your school or workplace, which I have done for an increasing number of organisations. Contact me for further information.

I will also be running a workshop for VCE students on Sunday 18 September. Learn to use mindfulness to reduce stress, improve focus, stop procrastinating and max study/exam performance.

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