• Mindset Neuroscience™

    Institute for Mindset, Resilience & Innovation

  • A project-based, teacher training program to help you integrate neuroscience into your work

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  • Basic Components of Training

    Institute for Mindset, Resilience & Innovation follows the three-step LIT framework "Learn, Internalize, Teach" that includes:


    a) Mastery of the basic components of the scientific theory that supports mindset shifts, transformation, self-regulation, power and influence.

    b) Personal integration of the theory

    c) Practice in speaking about neuroscience to ignite growth mindset in audiences.



    The "learn component" involves 

    a) Completing the prerequisite Mindset Starter Kit online course. The fee for this course will be deducted from your tuition once you are admitted to the iMRI program.

    b) Attending the 3-day training weekend in June, four group meetings, and further study of the resources suggested.



    The "internalize" component of the program involves:

    a) Creating action plans

    b) Engaging in reflection and meditation exercises throughout the months in between meetings

    c) Implementing insights into your day-to-day operations and interactions with staff and clients.

    d) Writing about your implementation and sharing with the group.



    The "teach" component involves:

    a) Sharing your insights and ideas at the meetings

    b) Creating a presentation, project, document that you present to your organization or community

    b) Presenting your project/idea to a group of invited guests at the Graduation Showcase.

    Time Involvement

    We assume that people already have full lives with their family and work commitments; however the ability to carve out several hours per month is a necessary prerequisite for involvement in this program. Participants should be able to attend at least one of the full-day intensives plus Graduation Showcase. Team meetings can be attended via video conference; group feedback sessions can happen through email and video/phone chat.



    The timeline is as follows :

    • Complete video lessons from Mindset Starter Kit:  May to June 
    • First full-weekend intensive: June 2019
    • Project proposals and group support/feedback: July-August 2019
    • Team Meetings occur each month on zoom or in person - dates TBD
    • Reading assignments: each month
    • Presentations to your host organization:  August-September 2019
    • Graduation and Project Showcase: October 2019 



    Tuition includes mentorship from iMRI Alumni, all of the resources (live and recorded), the online Mindset Starter Kit video course, three full-day intensive training workshops, four monthly Q & A meetings, and personalized feedback to help you create and implement your project/idea and present it to an audience. The investment for this 6-month training plus the continuous alumni status is $2997. Payment plans are available.


    Early bird pricing if you register before February 24th, 2019: $2397


    How to Apply

    To be considered a candidate for this programs, individuals must fill out the email form so we can set up a quick phone call. Upon receipt of your email submission, an iMRI advisor will contact you within 7-10 days via email to schedule a chat and give you details to complete your registration.


    The next cohort will begin in June 2019.



    If you’re interested in this training, and you can commit to the above timeline, please go to the application form at the bottom of the page


  • Q: What kind of training or experience do I need to qualify for this training?

    A: While you must take the Mindset Starter Kit as a prerequisite,
    you do not need any type of formal schooling;

    however, this training is not for everyone...


    We are looking for people who are curious, passionate, and wanting to help others expand into their highest potential.


    We're also looking for people who are strong presenters or project planners. Graduates of this program may be considered to facilitate Mindset Neuroscience workshops either within their own organization, or from requests received through the website. However, not all graduates will want to facilitate - some people simply want this training to create their own projects, such as small group-led therapy sessions, for example, using the framework.


    To be considered as a candidate for this program, please fill out the form on the application page so we can find out more about you and send you more details!


  • Apply for the 2019 iMRI Facilitator Training Program

    Tell us about yourself and why you're interested in the program.  

    A team member will contact you within 7-10 business days.  

    If you're a good fit, we'll set up a brief phone interview to explore next steps!