Author: Joelle

I joined the Mindfulness Network (MN) in 2016 as volunteer business manager after completing my Masters in Mindfulness Based Approaches at Bangor University, and subsequently, when we re-formed as a charity, as chair of the board of trustees. It has 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 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 Rebecca Crane PhD, Director of the Mindfulness Centre at Bangor University and Trustee for the Mindfulness Network ~ Thirty years ago, at Bangor University, Professor Mark Williams started investigating how to help people who were prone to 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 Jiva Masheder who is one of our registered Mindfulness Network Supervisors and also offers Personal Practice Mentoring. In this blog post, Jiva reflects on her latest research paper about supporting participants’ home practice ~ ‘I don’t have 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 Sophia Messari, who recently passed the highest level of mindfulness teacher accreditation offered as part of our Teacher Training Pathway (TTP), certified by Bangor University ~ Becoming a Competency-assessed Mindfulness teacher was not an easy journey. As Read more…

~ Written by Tanya Tilbury, who recently attended our Mindfulness-Based Compassionate Living course with Frits Koster ~ This is the final blog post in our series called ‘Mindfulness Online’ which should help give you some insight into an online event with Read more…

~ Written by Ken Lunn, Chair of Trustees for the Mindfulness Network ~ This blog post is part of a series called ‘Mindfulness Online’ to help give you some insight into an online event with the Mindfulness Network. “Had I Read more…

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