This one day course runs from 9.30am until 4.30pm every 6 months.
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Target Audience: This one day workshop is for all staff and volunteers working within the organisation. It is also available to others who may benefit from this piece of training It is offered as an introduction to the concepts and experience of mindfulness and how this can aid the wellbeing at work.
- To develop greater awareness of body, feelings and mind as a way of support in a busy and demanding workplace.
- To introduce the target audience to meditative practice to increase awareness and resilience
- To offer a day of reflection and inner exploration.
- To become aware of the different levels of experiencing including the body, feelings and mind.
- To explore these different levels as a form of barometer to monitor wellbeing.
- To experience meditation as a form of support and as a means to restore and rejuvenate ourselves.
- To reflect on and consider ways of introducing meditation practice into everyday life.
Theo Dijkman is a UKCP registered psychotherapist, supervisor and trainer. He is part of the faculty of the Institute of Psychosynthesis in London where he delivers training on their MA Psychotherapy programme. Previously he worked for 20 years in management positions in mental health and addiction services as well as with survivors of childhood sexual abuse.
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