Below is a sample of some research data collected


...from workplace programs conducted at the Center for Mindfulness, Massachusetts.

  • 32% decrease in medical symptoms

  • 29% decrease in perceived stress symptoms

  • 26.5% increase in acting with self-awareness

  • 13% increase in self-efficacy

  • 26% increase in observational skills

  • 25% increase in non-reactivity

  • 22% increase in non-judgement

 

Case Studies

Mindfulness at Work Programme - Tasmanian State Service

"The mindfulness at work program’’ became the subject of a randomised trial study, that was carried out in Australia, involving employees from the public sector 'Tasmanian State Service'. The RCT research study concluded that MAWP training improved mindfulness significantly as reduced perceived stress, distress and improved quality of life. Sleep, social functioning, job-stress and productivity all improved as a result of a 5-week programme. “The intervention thus appears to have potential merit as a workplace intervention for public sector employees across a range of outcomes.” For a summary of findings - see the table below.

MAWP is one of the only workplace mindfulness trainings to have been subjected to the rigours of an independent RCT research study.

(Reference: Juliet Adams, 2014, Head for work)

To see more detailed info on this study click the link below:
Randomised Control Trial (RCT)
Published in 2016

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MINDFULNESS RESULTS IN INCREASED UNDERSTANDING OF SELF, OTHERS AND THE WORLD.

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