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Using Mindfulness – A two-day Course leading to a recognised qualification in Mindfulness

This course has been designed specifically for those working in the therapy and coaching professions. Following the course you will be able to use mindfulness to support individual clients, run mindfulness groups or even work with schools.

Mindfulness is rapidly becoming one of the most widely applied “talk therapies”. GPs are now even prescribing books on mindfulness to patients as an alternative to low doses of anti depressants or anti anxiety medication. By combining the power of mindfulness with current therapy or coaching practices, participants will be able to equip clients with effective and lasting tools to deal with a variety of issues including: anxiety, self harm, stress, depression, help relieve stress, lower blood pressure, reduce chronic pain, improve sleep, alleviate gastrointestinal difficulties, and obsessive-compulsive disorder to name but a few.

The 2-day course is highly practical in nature and participants have the opportunity to experience mindfulness and its component elements throughout the course. Participants will be given a workbook for use during the two days and at the end of the workshop will receive a downloadable link containing:

  • All the presentation material used
  • Recorded meditations ranging from 3 minutes to 40 minutes for their own use and to be used with clients
  • Links to current research
  • Handouts of exercises to be used with groups and in schools
Location Nottinghamshire
Category Coaching, Talking Therapies
Details of Event
Start date 16 May 2020
Start time 10:00am
Venue Address Sutton in Ashfield, Nottinghamshire
Amount £350
Organiser Clem & Margaret Turner Therapy Practice
Speaker Julie Hurst
Contact No. 01623 556234
Keywords Mindfulness, Therapy, training
Regions East Midlands, Midlands


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