A Natural Approach to Mental Wellness

A distance learning program

September 6 - October 6, 2017

Ready to register visit here.

For further information, or to register by phone call 802-453-4440 / 800-950-6034
You can also email us todo@todoinstitute.com

Teacher: Gregg Krech

In our newest and most comprehensive online program, Gregg Krech teaches the basic skills of Japanese Psychology – Attention, Co-existing with Feelings, Acceptance and Self-reflection.   The program has three components – a) a daily calendar of exercises that create the experiential foundation of the program; b) reading materials including the text, A Natural Approach to Mental Wellness and selected online readings, and c) an online discussion with the instructors and other participants from around the world.  Together we will begin integrating Morita Therapy and Naikan into the challenges and goals of our everyday lives.  You never know where this program might lead you -- please join us and find out!

Early Registration Discount.  Just register at least 10 days before the start of the program to receive a $10 discount.    

Alumni Discount.  If you have participated in this program in the past, you can receive a 50% alumni discount.

Credit toward certification.  This program provides 16 credits toward Certification in Japanese Psychology.  Those seeking credit need to submit a completed journal and a 1-2 page essay summarizing their experience in the program within 30 days of the program's completion.  Further information about the ToDo Institute's certification process can be found here.

If you'd like more information about what we do, please take a tour of our homepage and browse through our library and bookstore.  Thank you.

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Distance Learning Programs

Our distance learning programs are practice programs. The emphasis is on doing exercises and assignments and learning from your own experience. You should be prepared to devote an average of 30 minutes per day to the exercises and assignments. As part of a larger learning community, your training not only benefits you but also supports others who are making a similar effort.

The tuition cost is $78 per program for members and $93 for non-members; the cost for a couple registering together at the same address is $20 more (during checkout put your partners first & last name and email address in the order comment box, and will will add the $20 to your order). Tuition includes written materials and/or audio CD, calendar of assignments for the entire month, participation on the private mailing list for the course, shipping costs* and access to a program advisor throughout the month. There is an additional discount of $30 if you register for at least three programs in this series. Additional discounts are available for alumni (please call). If you would like more information about these programs please contact us at (802) 453-4440 or by e-mail todo@todoinstitute.com. You may also register on-line.

*Shipping Cost: Book will be shipped for free within the U.S. All international orders will include a shipping fee.

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Who Are We?

The ToDo Institute is a non-profit educational center located nestled in the foothills of the Green mountains in central Vermont. We serve as a meeting place between east and west, where methods of Japanese Psychology blend with western culture to provide powerful tools for enhancing our lives. The applications of our work bridge the gap between the spiritual, the psychological and the practical. Facilitators for this distance learning program include Linda Anderson Krech, MSW and co-author of A Finger Pointing to the Moon: A Workbook for Establishing Direction and Focus in Daily Life.

If you’d like more information about what we do, you can take a tour at our homepage and browse through our library. Thank you.