Mindfulness-Based Approaches with CBT
This Mindfulness - Based Approaches with CBT integrates training in mindfulness and compassion-based approaches, particularly for use in individual professional work. The techniques you will learn are relevant to many sectors including counselling and psychotherapy, health and social care, education, and human resource management.
The course will support you in developing your own mindfulness practice - essential for effectively teaching mindfulness to others.
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The course is experiential with much of the foundational theory delivered through online resources, freeing up workshop time for skills work. This training frames mindfulness within third wave CBT approaches such as compassion-focused therapy and acceptance and commitment therapy, as well as contemporary neuropsychology.
The Mindfulness-Based Approaches with CBT course is run over 4 sessions. You can choose to attend workshop 1 (Feb 8th and 9th), workshop 2 (April 19th and 20th), or both. Please note however that although you can attend workshop 1 without attending workshop 2, you must have completed workshop 1 before attending workshop 2.
This course is aimed at professionals or trainees in helping and/or education roles who want to integrate mindfulness and compassion-based approaches into their lives and work. This includes: counsellors and psychotherapists, health and social care professionals, teachers, lecturers, trainers, and human resources personnel.
The course is delivered over four days in two workshops in 2017.
Workshop 1-Feb 9th and 10th (2017)
Workshop 2-April 27th and 28th (2017)
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Mindfulness-Based Approaches with CBT is a 2-part training course that integrates training in mindfulness and compassion-based approaches, particularly for use in individual professional work. By the end of this course, the participant is expected to be able to:
- Undertake self-directed mindfulness and self-compassion practice.
- Demonstrate an embodied awareness of the practicalities of integrating mindfulness-based approaches into daily routines.
- Outline the theoretical basis of mindfulness using simple neuro-psychological and evolutionary narratives.
- Discuss the evidence base supporting the clinical use of mindfulness-based approaches.
- Provide an overview of the 3 main types of mindfulness and self-compassion approaches utilised in MRE.
- Identify the capacities for attention, mindfulness and self-compassion in individual clients.
- Select appropriate mindfulness and self-compassion practices to meet the needs of individual clients.
- Explain, using terminology appropriate to a client, how mindfulness may be of benefit to the client.
- Guide an individual client in the core mindfulness and self-compassion practices.
- Enquire into the learning experiences of clients to aid reinforcement of that learning.
- Identify contraindications and safety issues that would determine the appropriateness of the use of mindfulness or self-compassion approaches with an individual client.