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~ Written by Sanjay Suri ~ Sanjay joined the Teacher Training Pathway (TTP) in 2019 and qualified as a Trained Teacher in January 2022 alongside his role as a Consultant Paediatrician. Here Sanjay shares some reflections on his experience of Read more…

~ Written By Rosemary Harris, who recently qualified as a Practicing Teacher of MBSR and remains on the Teacher Training Pathway (TTP) to complete the Trained Teacher certification in association with Bangor University ~   In March 2020, as the Read more…

~ Written By Hege Tuen Seglem from Norway. Hege recently qualified as a ‘Competency-assessed’ Teacher of MBSR through our Teacher Training Pathway in association with Bangor University ~ The Teacher Training Pathway (TTP) has been a precious opportunity to explore Read more…

~ written by Philip Anderson ~ Philip is a Trainee on our Teacher Training Pathway (TTP) and recently attended our online Groupwork Workshop in October 2020. This blog post is part of a series called ‘Mindfulness Online’ to help give 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…

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…

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