Mayo Clinic Healthy Living Resilient Mind is based on years of research and clinical work by a team of scientists and clinicians led by Amit Sood, M.D., at Mayo Clinic.
The program has been validated in the following completed clinical trials published in peer-reviewed journals.
Web-based stress management and resiliency training program decreased anxiety, stress and burnout, and increased resilience, happiness and mindfulness.
Stress management and resilience training among medical faculty improved resilience, stress, anxiety and overall quality of life.
Stress management and resilience training program decreased stress and anxiety and improved quality of life and resilience.
Six-week mindfulness-based resilience training class improved perceived stress, depression and anxiety.
Self-directed resilience program enhanced resilience, mindfulness and quality of life and decreased stress and anxiety.
A single meditation training session improved stress, anxiety and quality of life.
Stress management and resiliency training program among radiologists improved anxiety, stress, quality of life and mindful attention.
A single stress management session provided critical care fellows with effective tools to apply during stressful situations.
Mindfulness-based stress management course in the curriculum of first-year medical students offered insights in combating burnout.
Stress management and resiliency training program during employee orientation showed potential in improving mindfulness and resilience.
Training in a resiliency program produced improvements in happiness, satisfaction with life, gratitude, resilience, mindfulness and spirituality.
A 12-week course in stress management and resilience improved resiliency, perceived stress, anxiety level, quality of life and health.
We continue to research our programs in order to better serve you.The following studies are currently ongoing at Mayo Clinic.
This study is assessing the efficacy of resilience training among couples with intimacy issues.
Several studies are assessing the efficacy of resiliency training among different employee populations for well-being measures, productivity and resilience.
This study is assessing the efficacy of resiliency training among people with moderate depression.
This study is assessing the efficacy of resilience training for stress and well- being measures and immune markers among patients with melanoma.
This study is assessing the effect of resiliency training on the organization of brain networks in healthy adults.
You'll find the following two books helpful in your resilience journey.
The Mayo Clinic Guide to Stress-Free Livingby Amit Sood, M.D.
The Mayo Clinic Handbook for Happinessby Amit Sood, M.D.