Books

The Art Of Mindful Origami – Soothe the mind with 15 beautiful origami projects and accompanying mindfulness exercises (Exisle Publishing, 2016)

Mindful Relationships – Creating genuine connections with ourselves and others by Dr Richard Chambers & Margie Ulbrick (Exisle Publishing, 2016)

Mindful Learning – Reduce stress and improve brain performance for effective learning by Dr Craig Hassed & Dr Richard Chambers (Exisle Publishing / Shambhala, 2014)

Book Chapter

The Wellness Book Victoria – Comprehensive guide to wellness programs and resources in Victoria (Smudge, 2016)

Popular media (appearances, interviews & articles)

Sydney Morning Herald (2017). Melbourne leading the way in mindful living.

The Age (2017). Becoming more mindful.

Vogue (2017). Practical ways to manage anxiety and stress less.

Vogue (2017). Hardwired for love.

Australian Natural Health (2017). The science of mindfulness.

Sundays with Libbi Gorr on ABC 774 (2017). Live from the Melbourne Comedy Festival (I am on at 1:50:00).

The Insider – Monash University (2017). Working towards a more mindful university.

Conscious Lifestyle Magazine (2016). Mindful sex: powerful practices for increasing pleasure, connection & consciousness.

We Know Melbourne (2016). Recharge: a new mindfulness studio.

The Age – Executive Style (2016). How stressed high-flyers are teaching themselves to chill out.

Sundays with Libbi Gorr on ABC 774 (2016). Changing your relationship to difficult emotions.

2SER Radio (2016). Building your mindful muscle.

ABC TV Catalyst (2016). The science of meditation – can it really change you?

Sundays with Libbi Gorr on ABC 774 (2016). What does it mean to be mindful in your relationship?

Good Health Magazine (2016). How to have a mindful relationship.

Fernwood Fitness Magazine (2016). Five things to do every morning for a better day.

Lawyers Weekly (2015). Mind over matter – How legal training makes lawyers susceptible to depression, and how mindfulness can help.

Financial Review (2015). Monash University teaches mindfulness in free online course.

ABC 730 Report (2015). Mindfulness In Australian Schools.

The New Daily (2015). Grown-ups are crazy about adult colouring books but it’s more than child’s play. Staying in the lines can help to promote mindfulness and ease stress and anxiety.

Coca-Cola Journey (2015). Why mindfulness matters: a guide to happiness and success in your life.

Heal’r Picture Of Health (2015). Heal’r is associated with Dr. Richard Chambers, clinical psychologist and mindfulness consultant, co-author of Mindful Learning & Mindful Relationships.

FiveAA Radio (2015). Interview with Dr Richard Chambers.

Family Capers (2014). Meditation’s modern family makeover.

ABC Health & Wellbeing (2013). Mindfulness meditation: boosting young people’s brain power?

Sydney Morning Herald (2013). Audience with lama for meditations on a sultana.

KidsMatter (2013). Mindfulness made easy – Dr Richard Chambers, clinical psychologist and mindfulness consultant, talks about the benefits of Smiling Mind for the whole community.

Reachout.com (2013). Interview with Smiling Mind – Dr Richard Chambers about the mindfulness meditation website and app ‘Smiling Mind’.

Women’s Agenda (2013). Meditation: Why all women should do it and how it’ll make your job easier.

Fernwood Fitness Magazine (2013). Discoveries in mindfulness and neuroplasticity are proving that attitude really is everything.

The Age (2012). Log in, tune out: is technology driving us crazy? Could being plugged in to social media be rewiring kids’ brains?

Peer-reviewed journal articles

Russell, L., Orellana, L., Ugalde, A., Milne, D., Krishnasamy, M., Chambers, R. & Livingston, P. (2017). Exploring knowledge, attitudes and practice associated with meditation among patients with melanomaIntegrative Cancer Therapies

Wong, W., Hassed, C., Chambers, R. & Coles, J. (2016).  The effects of mindfulness on persons with mild cognitive impairment: protocol for a mixed-methods longitudinal study.  Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience, 8.

Rice, S., Gleeson, J., Davey, C., Hetrick, S., Parker, A., Lederman, R., Wadley, G., Murray, G., Herrman, H., Chambers, R., Russon, P., Miles, C., D’Alfonso, S., Thurley, M., Chinnery, G., Gilbertson, T., Eleftheriadis, D., Barlow, E., Cagliarini, D., Toh, J., McAlpine, S., Koval, P., Bendall, S., Jansen, J., Hamilton, M., McGorry, P. & Alvarez-Jimenez, M. (2016). Moderated online social therapy (MOST) for depression relapse prevention in young people: Pilot study of a ‘next generation’ online intervention.  Early Intervention in Psychiatry.

Chambers, R. & Hassed, C. (2015). Commentary on “Mindfulness broadens Awareness and builds eudaimonic meaning: a process model of mindful positive emotion regulation”. Psychological Inquiry, 26(4), 326-335.

Barnby, J., Bailey, N., Chambers, R. & Fitzgerald, P. (2015). How similar are the changes in neural activity resulting from mindfulness practice in contrast to spiritual practice? Consciousness and Cognition, 36, 219-232.

Chambers, R., Gullone, E., Hassed, C., Garvin, T., Knight, W. & Allen, N. (2014). Mindful emotion regulation predicts recovery in depressed youth. Mindfulness, 6(3), 523-534.

Chambers, R., Gullone, E. & Allen, N. (2009). Mindful emotion regulation: An integrative review. Clinical Psychology Review, 29(6), 560-572.

Chambers, R., Lo, B. & Allen, N. (2008). The impact of intensive mindfulness training on attentional control, cognitive style, and affect. Cognitive Therapy and Research, 32, 303-322.

Allen, N., Blashki, G., Chambers, R., Ciechomski, L., Gullone, E., Hassed, C., Knight, W., McNab, C. & Meadows, G. (2006). Mindfulness-based psychotherapies: A review of conceptual foundations, empirical evidence and practical considerations. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 40, 285-294.

Kostanski, M., Hassed, C., Gullone, E., Ciechomski, L., Chambers, R. & Allen, N. (2006). Mindfulness and mindfulness-based psychotherapy. Psychotherapy in Australia, 12, 10-18.