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Confusion and Doubt

Sometimes people undergoing mindfulness training ask themselves “What am I doing here with closed eyes watching my breath and body sensations?” Such doubt usually arises when we are still not clear about the reasons for mindfulness training. If you find yourself doubting your training, ask your therapist for further clarification and re-read the introductory handouts

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Agitation

Misunderstanding the techniques of mindfulness in the early stages often leads to some agitation and the desire to distract ourselves, misinterpret the experience, become agitated and ultimately stop practising. Agitation

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Poor Interoception

If you have just started practising body-scanning, you are likely to experience initial difficulties feeling body sensations in some body parts, which is an ability called interception. Low interoception is

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Drowsiness

Even after a good night sleep people can sometimes feel drowsy when practising mindfulness. Sometimes this is simply because you are deeply relaxed after some stress. As our nervous system

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Dealing with Pain

Some intense sensations can emerge during mindfulness practise for numerous reasons, including posture and old injury. They can be distressing at times, particularly when you are required to keep still

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Lost in Thoughts

A difficulty that many people experience when starting mindfulness training is that their mind keeps on being distracted by unwanted thoughts. With continued and correct mindfulness practice, intrusive thoughts will

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Adherence to Training

When you begin mindfulness training, you may encounter some difficulties that need to be addressed early on so you can make progress during therapy. Over the next few days, we

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2022 Registration Open

Have you been thinking about upskilling or adding a new therapy to your practice? Start with one of our workshops or dive in and register in a Foundation course. Enrol

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Volunteers needed!

We are currently looking for volunteers with relevant experience and expertise in any of these areas to be part of one (or more) of 4 subgroups to organise the strands. 

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MiCBT Workshop with UCSD

Join clinicians from around the world in this unique opportunity to learn more about MiCBT and how this empirically validated intervention would benefit both your personal and clinical mindfulness practice.

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