Founded by Dr. Michael Baime in 1992 to help patients with serious health conditions cope with the stress, pain and losses associated with illness, the program now benefits anyone who wishes to find a healthier, happier, and more fulfilling way to live.
More than 99 percent of people who complete our program tell us that they would recommend the program to friends and family members.
The Penn Program for Mindfulness has taught tens of thousands of participants to:
Dr. Michael J. Baime, the founder and Director of the Penn Program for Mindfulness discusses the benefits of mindfulness-based techniques in our everyday lives.
The Penn Program for Mindfulness team members provide expert instruction for applying mindfulness-based approaches to the modern needs faced by those in our culture.
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Research shows that mindfulness-based practices greatly improves quality of life, increases working memory, and enhances emotional regulation.
Contact the Penn Program for Mindfulness to find out more about our mindfulness program offerings.
Your generous gift to the Penn Program for Mindfulness enables us to continue our mission to build a more mindful, caring community, that is more united in building a better place for each of us to live.
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A clinical trial is a research study involving patient volunteers that are conducted to find safe and effective treatments for a variety of health conditions.