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The Mind Body Spirit Institute

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The Mind Body Spirit Institute works with organizations to develop tailored “Compassionate Professional Renewal” (CPR) programs to train their executives, faculty, and employees in mind, body, spirit practices. The purpose is to create a culture of resiliency and productivity while supporting the individuals as they deal with stress, burnout, fear, and anxiety on the job and even in their personal lives. More and more, organizations from oil and gas companies to nonprofits to schools and hospitals are recognizing the benefit to their bottom line when their employees are physically, mentally, and emotionally healthy.

Workshops, tailored to each audience and ranging from single sessions to sustaining programs, provide guided instructions on life-changing tools to help employees manage their response to stress. Topics include the impact of stress on personal and professional lives, and meditation, mindfulness, and movement techniques to find calm and enhance self-compassion and productivity.

For more information, email mbsi@junghouston.org or call us 713-524-8253 ext 110.




Companies are finally recognizing that when their employees are stressed, anxious, depressed, they are also less productive. Studies have also shown that when an individual’s anxiety is reduced, they can see things more clearly and are able to think more creatively and empathically. With the upheaval in today’s corporate environment, it is even more pressing that managers and employees have the tools to help ease their stress and anxiety and depression. It now makes even more economic sense to ensure their employees learn how to improve their mental, emotional, and physical health.

The Jung Center’s Mind Body Sprit Institute is leading the way in providing employers in all industries with the education and techniques to help support their employees wellbeing.  Topics Include: Burnout Prevention and Self-care, Using Mindfulness to Enhance Workplace Safety, and Self Compassion.

For more information, email mbsi@junghouston.org or call us 713-524-8253 ext 110.

Past and Current Clients Include:

  • STP Nuclear Operating Company
  • Black Sheep Agency
  • H-E-B
  • ExxonMobil




Burnout is a common syndrome in healthcare workers, even more as the recent pandemic overwhelms hospitals and health care workers.  The Mind Body Spirit Institute CPR programs are designed to both prevent and treat burnout by providing tools to ease stress, anxiety, and depression. By learning to take better care of themselves, health care workers are able, in turn, to deliver better support to their patients.

Topics include: Compassion, Bringing Ancient Mind-Body Practices into Contemporary Health care settings, Gratitude, and Coping with Grief.

For more information, email mbsi@junghouston.org or call us 713-524-8253 ext 110.

Dr. Chaoul has educated countless patients, caregivers, volunteers and health care professionals on the value of wellness and self-care. His mindfulness and meditation lecture has introduced them to this important practice and helping us cope better with the unprecedented level of stress in the health care environment.

Eduardo Bruera, MMD, FT, McGraw Chair in the Treatment of Cancer Chair, Department of Palliative, Rehabilitation & Integrative Medicine, UT MD Anderson Cancer Center

Past and Current Clients include:

  • Baylor College of Medicine
  • The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
  • Sydenham Clinic Private Health Management
  • UT School of Dentistry
  • Houston Hospice
  • UT Health


It’s no surprise that teachers today have been facing an inordinate amount of stress as the impact of the pandemic continues to disrupt their classrooms as well as the lives of their students. At this critical juncture, The Jung Center’s Mind Body Spirit Institute is here to provide support for these educators, enhancing their emotional and mental health which will serve to benefit their students. Topics include: mindfulness, stress reduction.

For more information, email mbsi@junghouston.org or call us 713-524-8253 ext 110.

Your engaging and experiential workshop helped to bring awareness to our staff on how to manage their own stressors and response to stress in the work environment and at home. We appreciated the efforts to tailor your presentation to meet the needs of the public education environment.

Jan Toyota, OTR, M.S., School Based Therapy Services Manager, Harris County Department of Education

Past and Current Clients include:

  • Harris County Department of Education
  • Houston Independent School District
  • Independent School District Pearland
  • The Kinkaid School
  • Rice Glasscock School of Continuing Studies
  • The Village School
  • UT Health/The University of Texas


All communities depend on nonprofit organizations to support and benefit individuals through their programs, services, and staff.  As these organizations work to address unmet needs in the community and enhance the lives of those they serve, they often find themselves stressed trying to meet their goals with limited resources. The Mind Body and Spirit Institute has worked to help support the leaders and staff of these organizations to prioritize their mental and emotional health as well as provide programming for those they serve. Topics include meditation for stress and well-being, elements of Tibetan meditation, and compassion fatigue.

For more information, email mbsi@junghouston.org or call us 713-524-8253 ext 110.

Past and Current Clients include:

  • Houston Botanic Garden
  • Fe y Justicia Worker Center
  • Houston Ballet
  • Museum of Fine Arts
  • The Houstonian Club
  • The Health Museum

Our Mission

For more than sixty years, The Jung Center has served as a nonprofit forum for dynamic conversations on a diverse range of psychological, artistic, and spiritual topics. Our mission is to support the development of greater self-awareness, creative expression, and psychological insight—individually, in relationships, and within the community. The Jung Center provides pathways to find deeper meaning in everyday life.

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