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We provide best practice instruction in mindfulness techniques including
Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy for preventing relapse in Depression (MBCT).
Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy for Cancer (MBCTCa)... A link to my pilot study research assessing this course can be found here
Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR).
Our style is rooted in compassion and kindness, welcoming individuals to work from where ever they are emotionally, with acceptance and non judgement.
Mindfulness techniques whilst powerful in their effects are gentle to practice, not religious and can help us nurture ourselves and enrich our experience of living.
For more information about courses please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Wishing you well
Links to more information about Mindfulness
The Oxford Centre for Mindfulness
The Bangor University Centre for Mindfulness Research and Practice
Please note I have trained under both Mark Williams and Trish Bartley but have no additional link to any authors or publishers, these are books that I have found interesting and useful and that you may find of benefit :-
Full Catastrophe Living by Jon kabat-Zinn : A weighty but readable tomb, generally regarded as the original "western" mindfulness book, from the creator of MBSR and providing much background and material related to the course.
Wherever You Go There You Are by Jon kabat-Zinn : A book that describes mindfulness, some of the attitudes and several of the practices.
The Mindful Way Through Depression by Mark Williams et al : A very good self help book closely linked to the MBCT course.
Mindfulness in Plain English by ven Henepola Gunaratana : A book that talks more about mindfulness and how to handle issues, plus more
Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy for Cancer by Trish Bartley : A wonderful book that communicates the heart behind mindfulness, targetted more at those planning to run a course since it contains lesson plans and how to set up a course but contains excellent quotes, personal stories and poetry that add a very important human dimension, especially to the context it comes from.