CPD Event title: Running Mindfulness Groups
Brief Description Of Event: Mindfulness groups can be a very effective way of teaching mindfulness skills and are extremely popular with clients and staff. In this workshop, the authors of ‘Teaching Clients to use Mindfulness Skills’ will share their extensive experiences of teaching mindfulness in a group format in the NHS
Learning Objectives: This workshop will also give an overview of how to run their low-intensity mindfulness intervention for clinical or non-clinical cases. The presenters will cover how to select participants, the content of sessions and tips on delivery for a 1 hour per week 6 session group for up to 8 clients. Workshop delegates need to have had previous experience of mindfulness.
Course Structure: 0950 Housekeeping
1000 Session One
1130 Session Two
1330 Session Three
1500 Session Four
1600 Feedback and Finish
Date of event: 30th April 2018
Duration of Event: 1 days
Venue for event: Trinity College Oxford
Name of trainer: Dr Christine Dunkley and Dr Maggie Stanton
Tel bookings: 023 80 487592
Email bookings: firstname.lastname@example.org
Maximum number of participants: 70
Cost of Course: £144
Cost for NCH members: £129.60
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Additional information/requirements: Dr Christine Dunkley is a Consultant Psychotherapist, trainer and supervisor with over 20 published works on mindfulness, suicide risk, supervision, emotional pain, and DBT. She is an honorary lecturer at Bangor University and sits on the UK expert reference group for Personality Disorder. She has a Shared-Learning Contributor award from NICE and is the co-founder of the UK & Ireland Society for DBT. She retired from the NHS in 2012 after 30 years and now undertakes international consultancy work. Dr Maggie Stantonis a Consultant Clinical Psychologist with 35 years of experience in the NHS. After running a large Psychological Therapies Service she now focuses on providing training and supervision on mindfulness and mindfulness-based interventions in the UK, Ireland, USA and Australia. She has published on mindfulness and is an honorary lecturer at the University of Southampton on the CBT Diploma and the Doctorate in Clinical Psychology.