MINDFULNESS IN RELATIONSHIP - Laura Donnington & Angela Willow

Mindfulness in Relationship

An Introduction to Core Process Psychotherapy

 

A Karuna Institute Workshop in Macclesfield

with Angela Willow and Laura Donington

 

 

13 & 14 July 2013

Workshop Tutors

 

Angela Willow and Laura Donington are experienced psychotherapists who have been senior trainers at the Karuna Institute for many years. Angela lives and works in Devon, and Laura recently moved to Macclesfield.

 

Dates: 13 & 14 July 2013

Times: Saturday 10am - 5pm; Sunday 9.30am - 4.30pm

Where: Silk House Therapy Practice, Macclesfield, Cheshire

Cost: £150

To apply, contact Laura 01260 253 882 or 07775 687951 or Angela 01803 732185

 

For further details visit www.karuna-institute.co.uk

 

Bringing mindfulness into relationships

 

Mindfulness has the potential to transform how we experience ourselves, others and the world. Grounded in the belief that awareness is inherently healing, the workshop explores how cultivating awareness, compassion, presence and spaciousness can help us to move beyond wounded perceptions and emotional habits, and deepen our capacity for relationship.

 

What is Core Process Psychotherapy?

 

This 2-day workshop offers a ‘taste’ of Core Process Psychotherapy, which is rooted in a Buddhist understanding of mind and embodied sensitivity integrated with the relational understanding of Western psychotherapy. The workshop will include talks, experiential exercises and enquiry. No affiliation to Buddhism is required.

 

Who is it for?

 

The workshop is open to anyone who wants to deepen their understanding of how mindfulness in relationship can be drawn on as a profound basis for enquiry within personal relationships, and how it can be applied in counselling, psychotherapy and other helping roles within the workplace or community life. This workshop is a prerequisite for applying for the MA in Core Process Psychotherapy, a residential training accredited with UKCP and BACP. CPD credits are available.

 

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