Supervised Pathway Training in Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT)/Mindfulness-based Stress Reduction (MBSR)


The Supervised Pathway training is flexible and built around the individual in discussion and with the guidance of a mentor.  The table below details the essential components of training and assessment that are involved throughout the pathway.   This should help you to have a rough idea about your current level of training and what additional training will be required within your Supervised Pathway.  You may be early in the journey of training to teach so need to engage with all of these components or some way along a pathway. There are entry criteria requirements prior to Level 1.

Download the Supervised Pathway Framework (.pdf).

Please also see our other mindfulness-based workshops and training events which can form part of your pathway (this document is updated as we book new events in and some of the training days you receive on the pathway may be linked with other programmes so do not appear here)

A typical example of training days throughout the pathway includes:

  • Residential Trainings levels 1 & 2
  • Background to Buddhist Underpinnings
  • Inquiry
  • Group Process
  • Components of MBCT/MBSR
  • Evaluation and Implementation
  • The Ethical Foundations of Mindfulness

Accompanied by attendance on retreats and supervision (from other organisations).