Continuous Professional Development in Mindfulness and Compassion

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What are the Continuous Professional Development courses?

At MindfulnessUK we are committed to supporting you in your professional growth. For those that are qualified to teach mindfulness and compassion we offer a range of masterclasses and courses for all teachers and trainees students, helping you to enhance your teaching.

Continue to develop and enhance your mindfulness and compassion knowledge and explore other opportunities through masterclasses and e-Courses.  Whether you are interested in a specific topic or you want to understand how to adapt your teaching for children we offer masterclasses to enhance your mindfulness training.

MindfulnessUK also offers specialist supervision, supporting you in completing your required training.

Reasons to Enrol:

  • Continue your training, fulfil industry standards, to meet BAMBA Good Practice Guidelines, and develop your skills further.
  • Attend a variety of mindfulness and compassion masterclasses in a virtual classroom or at your own pace.
  • Get specialist supervision and mentoring from the MindfulnessUK team.

Process of Inquiry Masterclass

This practical masterclass consists of a blended learning approach of teaching, experiential learning and mindfulness practices, with Karen demonstrating guiding inquiry, and participants able to practice with their peers and learn from that experience through feedback and group discussions.  It is important to have a theoretical underpinning of the process of inquiry in preparation for the day so please read Karen's book Compassionate Mindful Inquiry in Therapeutic Practice before the masterclass.

This masterclass is CPD for mindfulness teachers who have trained in any way and are guiding practices and inquiry with others.

A certificate will be gained at the end of the CPD day.

  • 6-hours training in a virtual classroom.
  • Explore and investigate the model of inquiry.
  • Develop a deeper understanding of the process of inquiry.
  • Expand upon learning gained through teacher training with other models of inquiry.
  • Deepen your own practice and self-inquiry through experiential learning.
  • Develop your knowledge and understanding of best practice for mindfulness teachers.

2022
14th Oct
10:00 - 16:30
Tutor: Karen Atkinson
£90.00
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Mindfulness with Children and Young People

Learn how to adapt what you know already to work with children and young people.

  • Build on your existing skills and develop new skills.
  • Resources and activities.
  • Build confidence to develop and deliver bespoke programmes, one-to-one or in groups, for children/young people and their families/carers.
  • For graduates or trainees of MindfulnessUK teacher training pathways or any BAMBA-regulated teachers.

Next course is on the 26th November 10.00am-4.30pm

Course dates in 2022 are 18th Mar and 4th Nov.

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e-Course

At MindfulnessUK, we understand that our students learn differently and we are committed to providing a variety of ways that you can develop your mindfulness training and invest in continued professional development.

To help you find the learning process that suits you we have created several e-Courses.  An e-Course means that you can learn at your own pace, easily access all relevant learning materials, and each course uses a number of learning methods like text, video, audio and graphics.

We created the e-Course as supporting your clients with Mindful Movement Practice is an important element of the overall mindfulness journey. Embracing movement practice as teachers and developing your skills, confidence, and capability will be of benefit to achieving a more rounded set of teaching skills, whilst delivering a wonderful experience for your clients.

Mindful Movement e-Course

Developing a deeper connection between mind and body can really support our overall health and well-being in both a physical and psychological way.

Karen has more than 30 years of experience in delivering and developing movement-based practices and has designed this course so that she can share her experiences and expertise with teachers who are looking to develop their confidence and skills in teaching movement.

£75

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Meet your Tutors

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Karen Atkinson

Karen is the Co-founder and Senior Partner of MindfulnessUK, an author, a trustee of the British Association of Mindfulness-based Approaches (BAMBA), a teacher and trainer of mindfulness and compassion skills and practices, and a Bangor trained supervisor of mindfulness teachers. Karen has been teaching mindful movement and meditation for over 30 years, and recently published ‘Compassionate Mindful Inquiry in Therapeutic Practice’.  It is fair to say that she takes the greatest pride in having used her unique position to develop the Integrated Mindfulness and Compassion Qualification, a ground-breaking qualification and the first of its kind in the market. As a highly respected, extremely experienced, and well-trained mindfulness teacher with a warm, intuitive, friendly, and professional manner, Karen’s mission is to bring this enhanced enjoyment of life to as many people as possible.

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Angie Ward

Angie is Head of Teacher Training and delivers the IMC Qualification as well as supporting all new students as they start their training at Mindfulness UK. Angie leads our partnership projects with the Mental Health Foundation and develops and delivers Mindfulness and Compassion Programmes in Education, Health and Social Care for Teaching & Support Staff, Children and Young People. Angie’s career in Health and Social care spans over 20 years, working with people in social care, and children’s and mental health charities as well as specialising in developing and delivering training and CPD for equality, diversity and Special Educational Needs (SEN.) Benefitting from regular meditation for many years, Angie is an experienced and supportive tutor with a sensitive approach to teaching and leading students through the transformation of learning.

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