Are you seeking ways to improve your mental health, well-being and experience of everyday life?
This one day workshop is designed for people who have previous experience of mindfulness to practise a range of techniques and increase their understanding of this field.
Contemporary research findings, issues, and debates will be explored through a mixture of presentations, activities and group discussions.
Mindfulness meditation is fast becoming a mainstream, recommended approach for improved health, well-being and performance in the Western world. It has applications for general self-development, specific clinical concerns and/or spiritual growth. Meditation cultivates in us the ability to free ourselves from our habitual responses to think, feel and act with a new sense of clarity and purpose in both every day and major moments of life.
This course provides you with the opportunity to learn about mindfulness remotely and benefit from online face-to-face interactions with the tutor and other students if desired. You can study a 8 week non-accredited version or a 10 week accredited version which includes extra lesson material, a marked assignment and a certificate.
Mindfulness is a state of being that is cultivated through regular practice and guidance. It is an on-going journey of developing awareness, presence and clarity. This course is for those who have previously attended a mindfulness course and/or have experience of practising mindfulness. It will involve guided mindfulness sessions and group discussions.
This course compares the Person-centred approach to counselling to the psychodynamic and cognitive behavioural models, exploring some of the key elements of the theoretical backgrounds. There will be opportunities for you to engage in the reflective learning process, both as an individual and as a member of the group.