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Further Introductory Reading : Mindfulness Meditation for Everyday Life (Wherever You Go, There you are:….) Kabat-Zinn, Jon - Piatkus 1994 Full Catastrophe Living Kabat-Zinn, Jon - Piatkus 1996 The Mindful Way through Depression… freeing yourself from chronic unhappiness (with CD)

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Further Introductory Reading:

Mindfulness Meditation for Everyday Life

(Wherever You Go, There you are:….)

Kabat-Zinn, Jon - Piatkus 1994

Full Catastrophe Living

Kabat-Zinn, Jon - Piatkus 1996

The Mindful Way through Depression…

freeing yourself from chronic unhappiness (with CD)

Williams, Teasdale, Segal & Kabat-Zinn

Guilford Press 2007

Mindfulness – a practical way to finding

peace in a frantic world (with CD)

Williams, Mark, Penman, Danny – Piatkus 2011

Mindfulness for Dummies (with CD)

Aladina, Shamash

Wiley, 2010

Informative Websites:

http://www.bangor.ac.uk/mindfulness

http://oxfordmindfulness.org

MINDFULNESS-BASED STRESS REDUCTION TRAINING PROGRAMME

A Brief Introduction to

Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction

(MBSR)

Mindfulness is paying attention in a particular way: on purpose, in the present moment and non-judgementally.

Jon Kabat-Zinn (1994)

June, 2014

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Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR)

  • Can helps us:
  • Get out of our heads and learn to experience the
  • world directly, experientially, without the relentless
  • commentary of our thoughts.
  • See our thoughts as mental events that come and
  • go in the mind like clouds across the sky, instead of
  • taking them literally.
  • Start living right here, in each present moment
  • Disengage the autopilot in our heads.
  • Side-step the cascade of mental events that draw
  • us down into depression.
  • Stop trying to force life to be a certain way because
  • we’re uncomfortable right now.
  • Professor Mark Williams,
  • Professor of Clinical Psychology
  • Oxford Mindfulness Centre / Dept of Psychiatry
  • Oxford University
  • ‘The true journey of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes but in having fresh eyes’
  • Marcel Proust
  • What are the benefits?
  • Two decades of published research indicate that the majority of people who complete an 8 week Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) Course experience:
    • a lasting decrease in physical and
    • psychological symptoms
    • an increased ability to relax
    • greater energy and enthusiasm for life
    • improved self-esteem
    • an ability to cope more effectively with both
    • short and long term stressful situations
    • Course Leader Julian Bowers BA Hons MA
    • Julian is a fully trained teacher of Mindfulness-Based
    • Stress Reduction and has completed Teacher
    • Development Level 1 at the CMRP, Bangor University. He
    • has taught the 8 Week Programme many times to a
    • range of mental health clinicians. Julian leads a day
    • seminar on MBSR/MBCT for post-graduate and doctoral
    • students at the School of Psychology, Birmingham
    • University. He is supervised at the Oxford Mindfulness
    • Centre, Dept. of Psychiatry, Oxford University, has
    • published on Mindfulness, and has worked directly
    • with Prof Mark Williams.