Tag: training

– 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…

– written by Sarah Millband  Understanding Safeguarding in the Context of Mindfulness-Based Teaching, Training and Supervision: Our New Policy and March 2020 CPPD Training Workshop Safeguarding is all about protecting children and adults from harm, abuse or neglect and educating Read more…

– written by Rebecca Crane and Alison Evans The Centre for Mindfulness Research and Practice (CMRP) is moving into a new phase! The centre’s activities now take place through Bangor University and through The Mindfulness Network charity. The Master’s programme, Read more…

If Buddhism in the West becomes solely a means to pursue personal spiritual growth, I am apprehensive that it may evolve in a one-sided way and thus fulfil only half its potential. Attracting the affluent and the educated, it will 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 Bridgette O’Neill Feeling the effects of a busy period of work, I notice a yearning to be on retreat. What is it that I’m longing for? What does a retreat offer me? Respite from my to-do list? Yes Read more…

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