Hi, I’m Dr Richard Chambers – clinical psychologist, leading mindfulness expert and developer of the Leadful Framework.
Watch my TEDx talk to learn how mindfulness increases resilience, productivity and emotional intelligence. Or see how I teach mindfulness on ABC TV show Catalyst.
But enough about me. Tell me about you!
In 2019 I was awarded the Australian Psychological Society’s Significant Contribution Award for my work over the past 20 years helping hundreds of businesses and educational institutions around the world use mindfulness to enhance wellbeing, performance, learning and leadership.
I am leading a university-wide initiative to embed mindfulness in the core curriculum at a major Australian university and am helping train over 4,000 Victoria Police members in mindful leadership.
I also helped to develop Smiling Mind, a free meditation app with 5 million downloads, as well as two award-winning online mindfulness courses which have been completed by over 425,000 people around the world.
My Clients Include
- Phillip Morris
- Victoria Police
- Metropolitan Fire Brigade
- Country Fire Authority
- Australian Football League (AFL)
- Cricket Australia
- Department of Human Services
- Herbert Smith Freehills
- Landers & Rogers Lawyers
- Wotton Kearney
- FB Rice
- The Victorian Bar Association
- Women Barristers’ Association
- Dalton Consulting Engineers
- Methodist Ladies’ College
- Melbourne Girls Grammar School
- Scotch College
- Wesley College
- Caulfield Grammar School
- Loreto Mandeville Hall
- St Michaels Grammar School
- Melbourne High School
- Sacred Heart College
- Geelong College
- St Leonard’s College
- Penleigh & Essendon Grammar School
- Camberwell Grammar School
- Star of The Sea College
- Korowa Anglican Girls’ School
- Kingston Secondary College
- Sacre Couer
- Berry Street
- Catholic Education Office
- Australian Energy Regulator
- Stonnington Youth Network
- The University of Melbourne
- La Trobe University
- Charles Darwin University
- Deakin University
- Swinburne University
- TAFE Queensland
- Okinawa Institute of Science & Technology
- Queens College
- Janet Clarke Hall
- Mindful (University of Melbourne)
- Orygen Youth Health
- Lord Somers Camp
- The Cancer Council
- Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre
- Royal District Nursing Service
- Autism Victoria
- Smiling Mind
- Cambridge University Press
For many people, the COVID lockdown has brought all their unresolved relationship issues into the open. Rates of divorce are skyrocketing and people are scrambling to find ways to reduce conflict and increased connection and harmony.
My Mindful Connection online course gives you the tools you need to do this. You will learn a powerful five-step process to help you recognise and stop those reactive patterns, deepen self-awareness and emotional intelligence, resolve conflict and communicate more effectively with your partner, family, friends and colleagues.
A daily mindfulness meditation practice is a superpower that will change your life. Learning to focus on what is important means better wellbeing, performance and relationships.
Get started right now with my free downloadable mindfulness meditations. Sign up to my mailing list and receive new meditations automatically as I release them.
As a leading expert in mindfulness, I have published three books and countless peer-reviewed journal articles. I also regularly feature in mainstream print, television and radio media.
Browse my publications below to learn more about how mindfulness can help you improve your resilience, leadership, productivity, learning and relationships.
I am regularly featured in leading publications around the world