‌Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR): Updates and Current Directions 

Dates: 24th September 2019

Venue: Location TBC, University of Exeter

Intensive training information

 

 

This day long intensive will investigate the origins, intentions, curriculum and teaching process of Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR). It is intended for those who have taken a mindfulness-based teacher training and would like to deepen and refresh their connection to the specifics of MBSR.

 

The process will support participants to reconnect to the roots of all mindfulness-based developments, and will involve dialogue on the place of the MBSR programme now in the context of other curriculum choices.

 

We will connect to the responsivity and flexibility of the MBSR teaching process: time will be given to exploring how as teachers we can adapt our teaching style and practice guidance to the context and group we are connecting with in this moment.

 

The training will involve some didactic elements, experiential engagement with aspects of MBSR curriculum, and group dialogue and inquiry.

 

 

 

Trainer - Rebecca Crane, PhD, Director for Centre of Mindfulness Research and Practice at Bangor University.

 

 

 

Rebecca Crane PhD directs the Centre for Mindfulness Research and Practice at Bangor University and has played a leading role in developing its training and research programme since it was founded in 2001. She teaches and trains internationally in both Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy and Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR). She is certificated to teach MBSR with the Center for Mindfulness, Massachusetts, USA. Her research and publications focus on how the evidence on mindfulness-based interventions can be implemented with integrity into practice settings. She has written Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy Distinctive Features 2017, co-authored Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy with People at Risk of Suicide, 2017 and is a Principle Fellow with the Higher Education Academy.

 

 

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