Tag: Teaching

At the Mindfulness Network, we recognise that the mindfulness world is not truly representative and diverse. Bridgette O’Neill, our Retreat Lead and part of the Bangor University Training Team, recently met with Pauline Gibbs, Founder of MindfulBowl London to discuss her Read more…

Celebrating the Centre for Mindfulness Research and Practice’s (CMRP) new structure  – written by Alison and Becca, Sophie and Gemma  It has been a full year now since we formalised our collaboration between Bangor University’s Centre for Mindfulness Research and Practice (CMRP) and The Mindfulness Network Read more…

– by Helen Marsh I have just finished the Teacher Training Pathway and have been awarded competency for teaching MBSR! This didn’t really mean much to friends and work colleagues and was met with “oh good, no more going away Read more…

Trish Bartley looks back over the history of Bangor University’s Centre for Mindfulness Research and Practice. Her “Long View” spans from 1999 to the present day, when Bangor University’s Teacher Training Pathway moves to its new home within The Mindfulness Network, 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 Tetsuji Ietsugu I started to teach MBCT for chronic depressive patients in 2012. Since then, I have taught more than 10 classes and I would like to share my personal opinion and experiences in Japan. Japan is Read more…

– written by Alison Evans As part of postgraduate training programmes and teacher training pathways, students/trainees are encouraged to record their teaching ready for assessment using the Mindfulness-based Interventions: Teaching Assessment Criteria (MBI:TAC). This is often a daunting prospect for Read more…

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