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  Mindfulness (an introduction)
Who is it for? It is for students looking to cope with stress, anxiety and depression. It is also for anyone who is open to new ways of being and of experiencing life.
Content In this session you will cover: an introduction to what Mindfulness is and is not, short examples of three types of Mindfulness meditation,feedback and discussion
What will I get out of this? By the end of the session you will have gained a better understanding of
  • A skill to practice and develop that can lead to self-acceptance
  • Present moment awareness
  • The concept that you are not your thoughts
Led by Anthea – a counsellor from the University Counselling Service
Questions? Contact our Administrators by email at or call 024765 23761 (ext 23761) University Counselling Services
Date We will be running this workshop some time soon - watch this space.
Location Upon arrival please report to our Reception, University Counselling Services, Westwood House, Westwood Campus (grid reference J5) Campus map

Liked the facilitator style, how it was
conducted, her honesty.

Very informative; learnt a lot. Put my mind at ease as was able to relate. liked the guided meditation.

It was calming but not completely detached from the real world which was good

Leader used very clear and concise explaining; able to understand the minds of the participants

Very informative.

Quotes from the workshop evaluations 2010-11