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Online Mindfulness based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) for low mood and anxiety

8 week course for stress, anxiety and low mood (handbook and audio recordings included)  

Tutor: Carolyn Drake

Location: Online via Zoom
Next start dateTuesday evening, 6 October 2020, 7pm-9pm

Tutor: Annie Akasati McAuley 

Location: Online via Zoom
Next start date: Wednesday morning, 7 October 2020, 10am-12pm

Why train in mindfulness now?
Many of us are finding the continued uncertainty in this time of Covid unsettling. Mindfulness training has been shown to help relieve anxiety, stress, low mood and depression, so this work has perhaps never been more relevant. Sessions include guided meditation, exploration and discussions of relevant themes and support for developing a mindfulness practice at home, to whatever level is appropriate for the individual. Annie and her colleague Dr Carolyn Drake have carefully adapted the MBCT course to be suitable for working online, in these challenging times.

"I'm impressed by how well the group works on Zoom" Linda, Brighton 

I am really appreciating the MBCT sessions...it is having a great positive influence, becoming more aware of my reactions. I look forward to the next session" Len, Eastbourne

Concessions

We do not wish money to be a barrier to attending our courses. Therefore, we can offer a few places on this course at a concessionary rate to anyone with genuine need. This is currently £90.00 for a 8-session group 

Please contact the office by phone or email to arrange a booking at the concession rate or discuss other options.

 

 

Dr Carolyn Drake

Dr. Carolyn Drake Carolyn has been teaching Mindfulness for five years, having trained with the Sussex Mindfulness Trust and the Mindfulness in Schools Project. She was formally a Neuroscientist working on brain development. She has also run her own primary school. She now runs mindfulness courses for adults and children. She has been meditating
for over 15 years.

Annie Akasati McAuley

Annie Akasati McAuley has been practicing mindfulness for over three decades and has taught mindfulness and meditation since the late '90s in a variety of contexts including courses, retreats and schools. Annie has a background in Buddhist meditation and philosophy, but has enjoyed training more recently to pass on the ancient skills of mindfulness practice in a contemporary, secular context. 

For more details about Annie and her colleague Carolyn Drake, please see https://www.lovemindfulness.co.uk/ or follow them on https://www.facebook.com/lovemindfullness/ for regular mindfulness tips, updates and events.