Certified Mind-Body Bridging Educator Program


The Certified Mind-Body Bridging Educator Program prepares educators to teach their students Mind-Body Bridging principles and practices. The program was developed at the request of and with input from educators who wanted to promote the social and emotional well-being of their students and improve academic achievement. Educators, administrators, coaches, counselors, social workers, psychologists, and others who work within schools to support student well-being and success can receive this certification. 

Phase I: Developing a Personal MBB Practice
-Workshop sessions teach MBB principles and practices and help Educators develop a personal MBB practice foundation. (10 hours)
-Coaching to support the development of an ongoing personal MBB practice. (10 hours)

Phase II: Helping Students to Develop a Personal MBB Practice: Teaching MBB
-Workshop sessions focus on teaching MBB to students and facilitating their development of a personal MBB practice. (10 hours)
-Coaching to support educators as they teach MBB to students. (10 hours)

Total Training Hours: 40


Cost: $1950 per person (group discounts available)

Training and coaching can be provided on-site (additional travel costs apply) and/or via Zoom.



Contact Dr. Derrik Tollefson at derrik.tollefson@usu.edu or (435) 621-2992 for more information including how the program can be customized to meet school or district contexts.