CMBM Project

Hill Country is proud to partner with the Community Recovery Team and other local partners on the Center for Mind Body Medicine project. In the fall of 2019, CMBM will be coming to our area to train 100+ facilitators to lead mind/body skills groups. This model brings together mindfulness and meditative practices in a small group setting. The evidence-based model has been utilized around the world to promote healing after a collective community trauma. As our region moves forward after the devastating wildfires of 2018, the CMBM project will equip our community with valuable skills to reduce stress and improve resiliency.
For further information contact Amy Cavalleri.
Applications for the facilitator training are now open! Please apply by September 1, 2019.

CMBM Small Group Opportunities
Small groups meet for 8-10 weeks and provide a safe, confidential setting to build community and learn tangible skills to manage stress and trauma. Groups are free and open to the public. Pre-registration is required. Please contact the facilitator for further details or to register. Please note that a commitment to 100% attendance is encouraged for all group participants. No drop-ins.

Dates: October 9-November 13, 2019
Time: Wednesday mornings, 9-11am
Facilitator: Amy Cavalleri
Meeting Location: Dignity Health Connected Living, Redding