Do you want to learn to deal more skilfully with the stresses and strains of daily living?
5 May 2017
An 8 week Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) course could help you practice the skill of deliberately paying attention to what happens in mind and body, and become more familiar with the workings of your own mind patterns and habits. This helps plan for how best to respond, rather than react in our old familiar, often unhelpful ways.
If you are experiencing stress, anxiety, recurrent depression or feel generally ‘dissatisfied’ with your life, this course could help you develop skills to better respond to the ‘ups and downs’ of everyday living. Previous participants say that the course helped them to be more in the present moment, realise that they are not their thoughts, and be kinder to themselves.
The courses are based at the Oxford Mindfulness Centre. Our MBCT course teachers are fully trained and hold the OMC ‘Certificate of Competence to teach MBCT’. They meet the UK Good Practice Guidelines for Mindfulness-Based Teachers.
Wednesdays, 10.00-12.00 - 3 May - 21 June 2017 (plus Saturday 10 June, 10.00-16.00)
Wednesdays, 14.00-16.00 - 10 May – 28 June 2017 (plus Saturday 17 June, 10.00-16.00)
Fridays, 10.00-12.00 - 26 May – 14 July 2017 (plus Saturday 1 July, 10.00-16.00)