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Congratulations Fateh!

Fateh Sohrabi, from the  Department of Clinical Psychology, Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, Iran, recently completed his PhD thesis, “Comparing the Effects of an Intensive Mindful Interoceptive Exposure with Exteroceptive Exposure on Anxiety Symptoms. A Randomized Control Trial”.  The results support the use of both interoceptive and exteroceptive exposure in MiCBT. Congratulations Fateh! 

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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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NEW! Mindfulness Meditation Retreat (for non-therapists)

Mindfulness Meditation Retreat …cultivating insight and wellbeing through guided mindfulness meditation… A residential retreat for health professionals, business and individuals leaders. Are you interested in developing inner resources to address stressful challenges and improving your sense of calmness and well-being? Would you like to cultivate insight and discover powerful life strategies? If so, join us

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The relative efficacy of mindfulness versus distraction: The moderating role of attentional bias

Shires A 1,2, Sharpe L 1, NewtonJohn TRO 2.  1 School of Psychology, University of Sydney, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia 2 Clinical Psychology Department, Graduate School of Health, University of Technology Sydney, New South Wales, Australia ABSTRACT This study investigated whether the ability to disengage quickly frompain‐related stimuli moderated the relative efficacy of a mindfulness‐based interventionversus

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MiCBT Interest Group: Working with Children and Adolescents with MiCBT

Thursday 16 August 7pm- 9pm (following the open 6pm practice session) Level 3, Suite 314, 530 Little Collins Street Melbourne AND Online (Zoom) To attend remotely on ZOOM – contact Sarah (Sally) for details: contact@melbournemindfulness.com AGENDA FORMAT: Practice session Peer supervision and support Presentation/Discussion: Working with Children and Adolescents with MiCBT Part of the Melbourne

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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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Using MiCBT with Chronic vs Acute Conditions

Thursday 15 March 7pm- 9pm (following the open 6pm practice session) Level 3, Suite 314, 530 Little Collins Street Melbourne AND Online (Zoom) To attend remotely on ZOOM – contact Sarah (Sally) for details: contact@melbournemindfulness.com AGENDA FORMAT: Practice session Peer supervision and support Presentation or research topic Part of the Melbourne MiCBT Interest Group Meetings

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