For new and experienced health professionals, support workers and others who teach mindfulness practices to adults.
Mindfulness is a hot topic and being taught in workplaces, schools, universities and health settings.
But how do we teach it well?
What are the risks of teaching mindfulness and how do we manage them?
What can we do if mindfulness is not appropriate?
Ulverstone: 20-21 Jan 2020
Launceston: 13-14 May 2020
2 Day Program 9 am- 5 pm
Contact us to register: firstname.lastname@example.org
Participant numbers are limited as this is an experiential and practical course. The course will cover:
- Instruction and feedback in leading mindfulness practices
- A range of topics around targeting mindfulness practices effectively
- Common difficulties in practice and how to overcome them
- Risks associated with practicing mindfulness and how to manage these
- What to do when mindfulness is not appropriate
- Instruction and feedback in teaching a range of other emotional regulation techniques
- Access to professional supervision post workshop
Facilitator: Miranda Stephens is a Clinical Psychologist and Lecturer in Clinical Psychology who has been teaching mindfulness programs for ten years. Her organisation currently delivers Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction and Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy programs face to face and online across Tasmania with over 500 participants attending programs in the past 3 years.
Early Bird: $395 by Dec 15th 2019
Includes Lunch and morning/afternoon tea
Please note: This course does not accredit people to teach MBSR or MBCT. Rather, the workshop supports and enhances the skills of those already teaching mindfulness and supports people intending to instruct in mindfulness in a safe and skilful manner.
Find out more: Miranda 0488 997 095