Data: zondagen 15 en 22 november 2020
Tijd: van 9.30 tot 17u30
Online-opleiding via Zoom
Prijs: 385,- euro
Deze training wordt in het Engels gegeven, in samenwerking met Oxford Mindfulness Centre (OMC). Nodig: pen en papier
MBCT for Life (MBCT-L) is a recent adaptation of Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy for Depression (MBCT-D; Teasdale, Segal, & Williams, 2013) applicable to the general population. It offers mindfulness practices and cognitive-behavioural techniques in ways that are intended to be accessible to all. It guides participants in how to apply this learning in everyday life both to manage what is painful and difficult and to cultivate qualities such as compassion and equanimity. It offers a different way of living that supports people to work with challenges, including recurring patterns of thought and behaviour that create suffering, but also to savour life and to flourish. MBCT-L follows the model of MBCT-D, with 2-hour weekly sessions, about 40 minutes of home practice per day, and a full day of mindfulness practice between session 6 and 7. It is an in-depth programme intended to cultivate lasting and sustainable change.
This 2-day workshop is designed for mindfulness teachers who have been trained in MBCT and are interested in learning this new curriculum. The workshop begins with an introduction to the theoretical and empirical background for MBCT-L. We then consider the organization of the 8-week curriculum and explore the practices and exercises that are not found in MBCT for depression but are specific to MBCT-L’s broader intentions. These include appreciation and befriending practices, a “vicious flower” model of what maintains distress, and skills that support greater responsiveness in thought and action. Participants will practice teaching these elements of the program to each other in pairs or small groups.
Ruth Baer is a clinical psychologist and Professor of Psychology at the University of Kentucky, where she conducts research on mindfulness and teaches and supervises a variety of mindfulness-based interventions. Her scholarly work focuses on assessment and conceptualization of mindfulness, effects of mindfulness-based interventions, mechanisms of change in mindfulness training, and professional training and ethics in the mindfulness field. She has contributed to the development of several self-report instruments for assessing mindfulness and related skills, edited three books for professionals on mindfulness-related topics, and written a book on mindfulness for the general public. She serves on the editorial boards of several peer-reviewed journals and is an Associate Editor for Mindfulness. She is also an Associate of the Oxford Mindfulness Centre at the University of Oxford where she collaborates on research and gives talks and workshops about mindfulness.
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