Mindfulness as an Effective Resource in Therapy - 17th November 2018

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Mindfulness as an Effective Resource in Therapy - 17th November 2018

95.00

Mindfulness-based group programs such as MBSR, MBCT, DBT and ACT have proven to be effective for a range of conditions such as depression, anxiety, personality disorders and chronic pain. For instance, MBCT has been recognised by NICE as an effective treatment for depression.This workshop will have an experiential focus and will benefit beginners as well as those who have prior experience of mindfulness 

This training will

  • Focus on mindfulness as a useful personal resource for the therapist’s wellbeing.

  • Explore opportunities for integrating mindfulness within 1-1 therapy settings.

  • Enquire into how therapist and client may cultivate empathic presence, acceptance and equilibrium especially when working with complex dynamics and processes arising from insecure attachment or trauma.

  • Explore how it might enhance the therapeutic relationship and become a resource for clients.

  • Practice a range of skills and techniques that are particularly helpful for working in the present moment and with the non-verbal embodied processes of the therapeutic relationship. 

Workshop Leader 

Margaret Landale has been working as a psychotherapist for thirty years. She is a UKCP accredited supervisor, has been a training director at the Chiron Centre for Body Psychotherapy in London and delivers a range of workshops and talks nationwide. Having been a meditator for many years, she has become increasingly interested in the integration of mindfulness in psychotherapy. She holds a masters in mindfulness and has taught on the ‘mindfulness in individual psychotherapy’ module at the Centre for Mindfulness Research and Practice, Bangor University.

Publications include: ‘Working with psychosomatic distress and developmental trauma’ in: Contemporary Body Psychotherapy – The Chiron Approach, Linda Hartley ed., Routledge 2009. ‘The use of imagery in body-oriented psychotherapy’ in Body Psychotherapy, Tree Staunton ed., Brunner-Routledge, 2002.

Time: 9.30am to 4.30pm (arrive 9.00 for coffee) 

Venue: Banbury Counselling Academy

Address 
2nd Floor - 18a South Bar
Banbury
OX16 9AF

Fee:  £95 which includes a healthy lunch and CPD certificate.  Please let us know if you have any dietary requirements.  You can book using your card over the phone by ringing the Banbury Therapy Centre reception on 01295 231320, you can send a cheque with a booking form to BTT, 69 Oxford Road, Banbury OX16 9AJ, or you can book online by clicking the link below.  On receipt of your order we will send you further information and joining instructions.

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