Patricia Rockman, MD, CCFP
Patricia Rockman, MD, CCFP, is an associate professor with the University of Toronto, department of family and community medicine; cross appointed to psychiatry. She is the past chair of the Ontario College of Family Physicians Collaborative Mental Health Network. She is a medical psychotherapist and leads MBCT and MBSR groups. She also provides mentorship and trains clinicians to deliver MBCT and MBSR. She has been educating healthcare providers in stress reduction, CBT and mindfulness-based practices for over 20 years. She is co-founder and the Director of Education and Clinical Services at the Centre for Mindfulness Studies and the developer of the MBCT Facilitation Certificate Program.
Financial: Dr. Patricia Rockman is the co-founder of Centre for Mindfulness Studies and has employment relationships with Harvard Medical School, the University of Fraser Valley, the University of Toronto, the Centre for Mindfulness Studies, and the Ontario College of Family Physicians. She receives compensation as a consultant and receives a speaking honorarium from the Centre for Mindfulness Studies and the Numinus Wellness. Dr. Rockman receives royalties as a published author and is a freelance journalist. She receives a speaking honorarium from PESI, Inc. She has no relevant financial relationships with ineligible organizations.
Non-financial: Dr. Patricia Rockman is a member of Access MBCT.