It feels fantastic to see the publication of my research about mindfulness-based supervision (MBS) in the Mindfulness journal, What Do Supervisors’ and Supervisees’ Think About Mindfulness-Based Supervision? A Grounded Theory Study. Many thanks to my co-authors, Gemma Griffith from the Read more…

For mindfulness teachers and practitioners who want to teach the 8-week Mindful Self-Compassion course, there is now a clear teacher training pathway available in the UK.   The Mindful Self-Compassion Teacher Training pathway represents a partnership between three UK organisations: the Mindfulness Read more…

Written by Danny Jolly, who attended the MBI:TAC Level 2 – Supporting Others with the MBI-TAC: Cultivating Competence in Supervision and Training in 2023. Danny is a mindfulness teacher, participant, volunteer and bursary recipient, and generously shares his own reflections Read more…

~ written by Alison Evans, Supervision Lead for the Mindfulness Network ~ Mindfulness-based supervision (MBS) is an important aspect of training to be a mindfulness-based teacher, which helps to build the skills required to be a safe and competent teacher. Read more…

~ Written by Jem Shackleford and Uz Afzal who have developed our first Specialist Training course centred around Mindfulness in  a Youth Context. This is part of our expanded Training Pathway, delivered in association with Bangor University in order to Read more…

~ written by Fiona McKechnie who completed mindfulness training with Bangor University in 2016 and has recently published a new book Mindfulness-Based Therapy for Managing Fatigue ~   Mindfulness for fatigue – an adapted MBCT programme for people with ME/CFS, fibromyalgia Read more…

Whether you want to deepen or reconnect with your personal mindfulness practice, if you are thinking of embarking on a teacher training pathway or are curious about beginning to bring mindfulness more fully into your current profession – our Essentials Read more…

~ By Hycinth Taylor and Uz Afzal, introduction by Alison Evans ~   As supervision lead within the Mindfulness Network (MN), I am committed to increasing equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI) within all aspects of teaching mindfulness and supervision. In Read more…

At the Mindfulness Network (MN), we passionately believe that Mindfulness-Based Supervision (MBS) is a key way of enabling mindfulness-based teachers to be the best they can be, and to do their work with integrity. Therefore mindfulness-based supervisors need to be Read more…

~ written by Kamalagita Hughes who completed the Teacher Training Pathway at Bangor University in 2018. Kamalagita is the Education Lead for Mindfulness in Action and a Lead Trainer for the Mindfulness in Schools Project (MiSP). Kamalagita’s book, The Mindful Read more…

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