Bruno Cayoun

MiCBT Mindfulness Meditation Retreat

The experience of a mindfulness meditation retreat for therapists Recently, a 7-day mindfulness meditation retreat exclusively for MiCBT therapists was held on beautiful Vancouver Island and led by Dr Bruno Cayoun with Dr Andrea Grabovac and Dr Alia Offman assisting. The retreat was a transformative experience, both professionally and personally, and a great opportunity to […]

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Applications of Mindfulness through a Therapeutic Lens

From the Australian Association of Buddhist Counsellors and Psychotherapists **FIRST EVENT FOR 2023 – SATURDAY 29 APRIL** Please join us for this interactive workshop from 9:30am – midday. For more information and to book, please see our website www.aabcap.org/event or book directly through this link: www.trybooking.com/CHMEE

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Mental Health First Aid for Meditation Teachers

Courtesy of Meditation Association Australia Many people turn to meditation when they’re in crisis. One in five Australians will experience a mental illness at some time in their lives and, in certain circumstances, meditation practice can exacerbate mental illness. In this workshop, you can learn how to: Recognise when students or clients present with a

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MiCBT at the IMC 2018

The International Mindfulness Conference was yet again another inspiring conference for all researchers and teachers of Mindfulness. It was a great opportunity for us to catch up. It was also an enormous honour and pleasure to have Lynette Monteiro from the Ottawa Mindfulness Clinic chair our session

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The Core Mechanisms of Buddhist Spirituality

Dr Bruno Cayoun will be giving a talk on “The Core Mechanisms of Buddhist Spirituality” at The Theosophical Society 2017 National Convention. If you are in Hobart, we hope to see you there. This talk is open to members of the public.  Organised by The Theosophical Society as part of the 2017 National Convention Sunday

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Why Meditate? The differential roles of attention, awareness and mindfulness

Over the past two decades, much has been said about the nature, mechanisms and roles of mindfulness. Yet, some conceptualisations and their derived clinical packages display an obvious lack of differentiation between mindfulness, awareness and attention. Here, Dr Bruno Cayoun, director of MiCBT Institute in Hobart, shows clinicians how to develop, study and teach mindfulness. Most

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