Resources | Websites

Mindfulness Clinic | Resources

Mindfulness in a Frantic World:
www.franticworld.com

Mindspace:
www.mindspace.org.uk

Stop and Breathe:
www.stopandbreathe.com

Mind and Life:
www.mindandlife.org

Mindfulness Meditation:
www.the-guided-meditation-site.org

Plum Village:
www.plumvillage.org

Oxford Mindfulness Centre:
www.oxfordmindfulness.org

Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy:
www.mbct.co.uk

Centre for Mindfulness at University of Massachusetts:
www.umassmed.edu

Centre for Mindfulness Research and Practice, University of Bangor:
www.bangor.ac.uk/mindfulness

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Self-Help Resources:
www.getselfhelp.co.uk

The Academy of Cognitive Therapy (USA):
www.academyofct.org

CBT, Psychological Tools:
psychology.tools/cbt.html

Overcoming, Common Mental Health Problems:
http://www.overcoming.co.uk/single.htm?ipg=4795


research and learning resources for mindfulness and cognitive therapy including stress reduction and meditation

Next Course

MBCT/MBSR commences on Tuesday, 18 January, 7pm to 9.30pm

Cost €350 includes book Mindfulness, Living in a Frantic World, notes, CDs and full day of retreat with lunch and refreshments, and one-to-one consultation.

Facilitator: Gerry Cunningham

research and learning resources for mindfulness and cognitive therapy including stress reduction and meditation

BENEFITS OF MINDFULNESS

Practicing Mindfulness improves mental and physical health


Mindfulness can help:
  • reduce stress
  • improve mood and quality of life
  • lower blood pressure
  • improve concentration and attention
  • manage pain with less reactivity
  • enhance emotional intelligence
  • improve sleep
  • reduce addictive and self-destructive behaviour
  • improve immune functioning
  • increase self-awareness and body awareness

Ancient roots, modern applications

Mindfulness helps in the treatment of:
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • eating disorders
  • substance misuse and recovery
  • OCD
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Video Resources

A selection of video clips to keep you informed about Mindfulness and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy including Mark Williams, Jon Kabat-Zinn, Paul Gilbert, Kristen Neff, Aaron Beck and David Clark.

You can find more 'Google Talks' videos from our Video Resources page also.