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NEW: Mindfulness in Human Givens Practice

On this course Mindfulness is described and its value explained in detail, including how it corresponds to certain aspects of the human givens approach.


Mindfulness, a useful mental discipline, is a technique that Westerners believe is derived from the Buddhist tradition (it is much older than that). Nowadays it is increasingly employed by psychotherapists to alleviate a variety of mental and physical conditions. The therapeutic benefit is that, by retraining a person’s self-consciousness to the present, we limit the time they spend misusing their imagination by catastrophising, which so often significantly adds to their distress.

On this course Mindfulness is described and its value explained in detail, including how it corresponds to certain aspects of the human givens approach. Throughout the day a number of exercises will give you the opportunity to experience mindfulness for yourself and learn how to teach it to patients.

http://www.humangivenscollege.com/courses/mindfulness-in-HG-practice.html


Speaker(s):

Sandra Tideman | talks | www

 

Date and Time:

20 June 2013 at 9:30 am

Duration:

Full Day

 

Venue:

Friends Meeting House
173 Euston Road
London
NW1 2BJ


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Organised by:

Human Givens College
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Tickets:

£192

Available from:

Human Givens College
www.humangivenscollege.com
01323 811690

Additional Information:

http://www.humangivenscollege.com/courses/mindfulness-in-HG-practice.html

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