As there are those among us who were and are intricately involved in the creation of these resources, and as these videos are freely accessible to the public, we felt it important to include more in depth information. The full class is available at Mindweather.org, and direct links to the videos are available as individual class segments below

Introduction & Class Background

Part 1 Making Sense of the Problem

Lesson 1 The brain’s role in mental distress: One view

Lesson 2 What we believe about the brain matters: First installment

Lesson 3 The brain’s role in mental distress: Another view

Lesson 4 What we believe about the brain matters: Second installment (Part IPart II)

Lesson 5 Just being there: Insights for family and friends (Part IPart II)

Lesson 6 Different ways of thinking about recovery (Part IPart II)

Part 2 Responding to the Problem

Lesson 7 One way of responding to mental distress (Part IPart II)

Lesson 8 Can making it go away, make it worse? (Part IPart II)

Lesson 9 Another way of responding to mental distress (Part IPart IIPart III)

Lesson 10 Lesson 10 Surrounded with gentle acceptance: More for family and friends (Part IPart II)

Lesson 11 Can a gentle approach make a difference for mental and emotional pain? (Part IPart II)

Supplementary Intro on Mindfulness

 Part 3 Working with Difficult Thoughts

Lesson 12 One way of thinking about thinking (Part IPart II)

Lesson 13 Re-thinking thinking (Part I) (Part IIPart III)

 Part 4 Broadening the Conversation

Lesson 14 Exploring the full range of contributors to mental/emotional distress (Part IPart II)

Lesson 15 Considering the full range of options (Part IPart IIPart III)