Mindfulness for Mental Wellbeing

Finding Peace in a Frantic World

This in-depth three and a half day programme is suitable for adults who are seeking additional
strategies and effective approaches for sustaining optimal mental health. The practice-focussed
sessions draw on the core principles of Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy
(MBCT) as developed by Professor Mark Williams of Oxford University and colleagues from
the Universities of Cambridge and Toronto. You will learn:

  • To identify and banish negative thought patterns
  • To relieve anxiety and lift difficult mood states
  • To cultivate happiness and harmony in your daily life
  • Ten mindfulness meditations for mental flourishing
  • The principles of MBCT and the evidence which supports it

Dr Neelam Taneja PhD, Member IAYT, Life Fellow RSM, Accredited teacher in Mindfulness and Meditation
Karima Tasker BSc (Hons) in Mental Health Studies, Diploma in Social Work (registered with the HCPC) and accredited by the BABCP as a psychotherapist

Questionnaire Form for Mindfulness for Mental Wellbeing