About the MIND Programs

We build and provide high-quality training for professionals, education for the general public, self-development for individuals from any circuit of life, we organize scientific conferences, enable value-based discussions, and more. Some of these programs are for free, some formats are exchanged for money, all are built with care, compassion, and added value. The MIND Foundation is a European non-profit registered under German law (HRB 220247 B). Revenue from our programs cannot be extracted by individuals. It is fully used to support the organization’s public benefit purposes and reduce our dependence on donations for core activities – providing us and you with the opportunity to use donations for research and social projects.

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Professional Trainings

MIND’s professional trainings build knowledge, skills, and competence.
Our evidence-based trainings are designed and facilitated by experts and aimed at expanding your professional repertoire.

 

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Personal Development

Our self-experiential workshops were created to help you realize your highest potential by connecting to a deeper understanding of yourself and your surroundings.

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Education

From curious beginners to dedicated experts, the 10 MIND programs offer content for everyone.
We host speakers and cover topics from a wide range of disciplines, including medicine, psychotherapy, neuroscience, philosophy, and more.

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Conferences

Our conferences serve as platforms for education, open debate, and community building.
Experts share their knowledge and expertise on cutting-edge research, philosophy, and more.

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MIND Foundation Diversity Program

 

 

The MIND Foundation Diversity Program has been designed to make our programs more accessible, regardless of socioeconomic status. This initiative provides a chance to participate for people with a sincere interest in our work who otherwise would not have the chance to do so.

Read more about diversity at MIND and how to apply