Category: Supervision

Our Approach to Offering Mindfulness-Based Supervision One of the original reasons that the Mindfulness Network (MN) began was to offer mindfulness-based supervision (MBS). This was back in 2012 when the charity began as a small community interest company. Alison has Read more…

In November 2021, Alison Evans and Pamela Duckerin  came together for a conversation about mindfulness-based supervision (MBS). This event was part of a series of events celebrating 20 years of mindfulness at Bangor University, and the launch of the new book ‘Essential Resources Read more…

In the Mindfulness Network, several supervisors have come together to offer group supervision. In this blog post, we wish to orient you to why you might choose to have group supervision and how to make arrangements. We are not preferencing Read more…

~ written by Alison Evans and Julia Wallond ~ The second mindfulness-based supervisors retreat We wrote a blog post two years ago when we were preparing for the first mindfulness-based supervisor retreat. This retreat was well received, and we felt Read more…

~ Written by Alison Evans, Executive Director and Supervision Lead for the Mindfulness Network ~ “I don’t even know if I would teach without supervision because it’s so important to me.” – A supervisee Supervision and ongoing engagement with a Read more…

~ written by Alison Evans, Pamela Duckerin & Robert Marx Between April 2018 and April 2019, 48 trainees, from Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) services, were trained in Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy. The training was a multi-centre collaboration. This blog post describes our experience of Read more…

– written by Alison Evans and Julia Wallond The muting of an idea For several years, a group of mindfulness-based supervisors who are part of the Mindfulness Network (MN) have met each year for a few days to connect as Read more…

– written by Jiva Masheder     Whether you’re just starting on your journey as a mindfulness teacher, or if you’ve been in teaching and in supervision for a while, it can be helpful to reflect and think about what Read more…

– written by Gill Johnson and Alison Evans On 11th June, Alison Evans (Supervision Lead and Executive Director at The Mindfulness Network and core trainer at Bangor University’s Centre for Mindfulness Research and Practice) and Gill Johnson (Friends of Bangor) Read more…

“Supra-vision provides live and interactive teaching that will help supervisors supervise, whilst acknowledging that each supra-visee has his/her own style of supervising. There is little known or written about supra-vision. This makes it more challenging for us to find ways Read more…

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