Mindfulness is a mind-body practice that works both for clients and therapists/care providers. Its effectiveness has been demonstrated scientifically and by the testimonies of people who we have experienced it as a result of regular practice. Mindfulness has found its way into a range of psychological therapies and interventions for a number of mental health and emotional difficulties, such as chronic depression, anxiety, addictions, stress, anger and borderline personality disorder. It is a practice that cultivates present moment, non-judgmental and accepting attention, as well as the the capacity to sustain that attention. The aim of this introductory workshop is twofold: 1) to provide you with both theoretical and experiential introduction to mindfulness and 2) to teach you how to present mindfulness skills to your individual clients and how to lead them through some experiential exercises.
Who should apply?
This course will be of particular benefit and relevance to health and social care professionals who are new to mindfulness and would like to both integrate it into their own lives and add it to their clinical repertoire. It is suitable for qualified and trainee psychotherapists and counsellors, doctors, nurses, social workers, psychologists, coaches, teachers, speech therapists, physiotherapists and complementary therapists. All participants will receive certificates of attendance for the purposes of CPD.
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Canada Water Culture Space, Canada Water Library, 21 Surrey Quays Road, London, SE16 7AR
Canada Water Culture Space is situated directly above Canada Water tube station (Jubilee line and London Overground), which is only a few minutes away from London Bridge, New Cross Gate and Stratford stations. Exit the station towards Surrey Quays Shopping Centre.
This workshop will be facilitated by Luka Hadrych and Jaclyn Everitt who are both clinicians working at an NHS personality disorder service. In addition to providing psychological therapy Luka is a mindfulness teacher and has conducted Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) courses for depression and taught mindfulness in corporate, health and community settings. Jaclyn has spent the last 15 years working across a variety of sectors in the NHS, private clinics and prison services, where she has provided psychotherapy to individuals and training to organisations. They are both trained in dialectical behaviour therapy and teach mindfulness skills to patients living with borderline personality disorder as part of their clinical roles.
In the event that you need to cancel your place, one months notice is required to receive a full refund on the fee. Refunds are not given beyond that point, however, course places can be transferable. A course place is reserved only when payment is received. We reserve the right to reschedule or make alternations to a course should the need arise.