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Subject:

A big weekend for Mindfulness: Three ACT/MBCT trainings all starting: 17-18th October

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Henry Whitfield <[log in to unmask]>

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Henry Whitfield <[log in to unmask]>

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Wed, 16 Sep 2009 15:51:29 +0100

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Hello All,

For those with an interest in Mindfulness (MBCT) or Acceptance and
Commitment Therapy (ACT), remember October 17-18 (next month). We have 

three trainings simultaneously on that weekend. 

The next introductory training ACT training and Intermediate ACT trainings
happen that weekend at Kings Cross, while simultaneously MBCT will be 

taking place at Honor Oak Park (11 mins from London Bridge) Lewisham. 

See details below.

Best wishes,

Henry
____________________________________________________________________

Introductory Acceptance and Commitment Therapy training 
With Martin Wilks MSc and Henry Whitfield MSc
On 17-18th Oct. + 7-8th Nov.

On completion of this course you will be ready to apply a course of ACT
sessions your clients.

Learn why the very nature of human language can cause suffering and commit
to living a vital and meaningful life. Developed within a coherent 

theoretical and philosophical framework, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy
(ACT) is a unique empirically based psychological intervention that 

uses acceptance and mindfulness strategies, together with commitment and
behaviour change strategies, to increase psychological flexibility.

This workshop includes the traditional two day experiential introduction to
ACT, and a skill training weekend during which you practice applying all 

the classic processes of ACT, both as a client and as a practitioner.

For details description of the program visit:
http://www.tir.org.uk/training.html#ACTintro

To book, call 020 7689 0390
Or fill out our online application form at: http://www.tir.org.uk/apply.html	
____________________________________________________________________
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy: Intermediate level Skills Training 
With Martin Brock MSc
On 17-18th Oct.

On completion of this course you will have further developed your personal
style of ACT, learnt to be more ACT consistent through personal 

feedback from Martin BrocK. With supervision program that follows in
November, (only for graduates of this intermediate training) you have the 

opportunity to become an experienced ACT therapist.

This 2-day Intermediate Skills Training workshop, with Martin Brock is
designed for those who have completed our 3-4 day experiential Introduction 

to Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), but is also open to those who
have done such training elsewhere. Jason Luoma (2009) has 

highlighted that one-shot Continuing Professional Development (CPD)
workshops do not normally create lasting behaviour change in therapists. We 

therefore need further training to enable therapists to develop competency
in ACT.

For a full description of the programme visit:
http://www.tir.org.uk/workshops.html#ACTinterm

To book, call 020 7689 0390
Or fill out our online application form at: http://www.tir.org.uk/apply.html
____________________________________________________________________

Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy: Experiential Introduction course
With Patrizia Collard PhD
On 7-18th Oct. + 14-15th Nov.

This is the first step to becoming an MBCT teacher. On completion of this
course you will have experience of integrating mindfulness into your daily 

life and have deepened your experiential understanding of mindfulness in the
MBCT programme.

This four day course teaches you mindfulness interventions (meditations,
every-day mindfulness and mindful movement) and will introduce you to 

ways of identifying and dealing with difficult physical sensations, feelings
and moods commonly associated with stress, anxiety, pain and 

depression. The experience of working in a group can enhance one's own
learning as we observe how fellow human beings grow and change.

This training is alined with the highest MBCT trainer training standards and
will require you to do meditational homework. 

It is the first step to becoming a MBCT teacher. On completion of this
course you will also be able to integrated mindfulness into your daily life and 

deepen your experiential understanding of mindfulness. 

For details description of the program visit:
http://www.tir.org.uk/workshops.html#MBCTintro

To book, call 020 7689 0390
Or fill out our online application form at: http://www.tir.org.uk/apply.html
____________________________________________________________________

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