Mindfulness Course in London October 2014

In  Regent’s University, London: 12 Oct- 9 Nov :  Mindfulness Course –  Nourishing the Domain of Being  Starting Sun 12 Oct 2014,  11am – 6 pm, followed by Sun 19 Oct, 26 Oct, and 9 N0v 2014, 11am – 6 pm.  Fee £305/280 (students).  CPD – 24 hours.

To register please use link below.  If you have any queries regarding the course, please contact Jyoti Nanda at :  jyoti@mindfultherapy.co.uk or nandaj@regents.ac.uk


 The Mindfulness Course – Nourishing the Domain of Being brings together insights from the traditions of Mindfulness and Existential Therapy. The simple practice of Mindfulness has the potential to bring about a profound change in the way we begin to experience ourselves, others and our world.  When we pay intricate attention to our experience, we recognise that we have a lived experience of the arising of Existential themes.

Both the traditions of Mindfulness and Existential therapy recognise the inter-related nature of body/mind, subject/object and self/other/world.  Both recognise the presence of impermanence, change, uncertainty, suffering/existential anxiety and death as givens of existence.

Mindfulness is a dedicated contemplative practice of being present to our experience in non-judgmental awareness. It is a practice of awakening the heart for our self and others. It helps psychotherapists in increasing phenomenological awareness, in clearing the space to be present for clients and in staying anchored in the midst of another person’s suffering. It facilitates compassionate listening. It also facilitates monitoring and honouring the messages from our body in the therapeutic relationship. The clinical value of Mindfulness is widely accepted, including within the NICE guidelines as promoting mental health and resilience.

This course will be highly experiential and the teaching will emerge from participants’ lived experience.

Continuous Professional Development – 24 hours given by Regent’s University London.

Past Participants’ Testimonials:  -‘‘A very useful and life enhancing workshop. A must do.’’ – Patricia Merlin, Lecturer

 -”…On both a personal and professional level this programme has been one of the best pieces of self-development I have ever received.” – Murray Thomas (Executive Coach and Leadership Consultant, Director of Change-ability Consulting Ltd) 

-”A valuable course of noticing what exists outside of our usual perspective on things/situations/relationships. It brings a new perspective to one’s life in more peaceful, connected way… an embodiment of noticing that I hope will remain with me the rest of my life. ” – Jackie Wilson (Psychotherapist)

About the Course Tutor: Jyoti Nanda is an HCPC/BPS Registered Chartered Psychologist, an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society, a UKCP Registered Existential Psychotherapist and MBACP (Snr. Accred). She is on the Visiting Faculty at Regent’s University, RSPP and is in Private Practice. A long-term practitioner of meditation, Jyoti’s published work in peer reviewed journals focuses on an Embodied Integration of Mindfulness and Existential Therapy.






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