mindfulness

Group Mindfulness-Integrated Cognitive Behavior Therapy (MiCBT) Reduces Depression and Anxiety and Improves Flourishing in a Transdiagnostic Primary Care Sample Compared to Treatment-as-Usual: A Randomized Controlled Trial

Authors: Sarah E.B. Francis · Frances Shawyer · Bruno Cayoun · Joanne Enticott· Graham N. Meadows

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 can occur and be stimulated in many ways. For example, we can feel irritable because of external background noise, intrusive thoughts, uncomfortable room temperature, thinking

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 is not used to our eyes being closed whilst deeply relaxed, unless we are asleep, our brain acts as if it is time to sleep.

Master your Mind and Emotions – 8week MiCBT Course

Over the course of 8-weeks, you’ll learn a simple and practical, step-by-step process to change the way you experience life’s challenges and better understand yourself. We’ll use Dr Bruno Cayoun’s Mindfulness-integrated CBT (MiCBT), which incorporates numerous skills and principles from both mindfulness and cognitive behaviour therapy. Benefits from learning in a groupLearning as part of

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. Date: 24 September 2021Time: 9am – 4pm Timezone: USA/Los AngelesPlace: Online – interactive The Mindfulness-Based Professional Training Institute – UCSD is hosting a 1-day workshop

A beginner’s guide to mindfulness meditation

Regular mindfulness practice is gaining popularity as a way to improve wellbeing. Undertaken correctly and regularly, it can produce positive benefits in the management of stress, depression, pain and other areas of distress, writes Alice Shires, clinical psychologist and director of the UTS Psychology Clinic. What is it? Mindfulness meditation focuses on being in the

Resilience Interventions for Smoking Cessation

Participants needed! The Resilience Interventions for Smoking Cessation (‘RISC’) study is using a randomised controlled trial design with adults who are regular smokers and are currently planning to quit. The study will investigate whether training in cognitive, behavioural and mindfulness-based approaches will have an impact on resilience and smoking. Once consented, participants will be randomised

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