Do you find it difficult to switch off? Do you ponder much about the past or worry about the future? Do you find yourself often overwhelmed by your emotions? Do you have everything but still feel unfulfilled? Then this course might be the right thing for you. Over the eight weeks you will develop skills to better deal with the strains and stresses of daily living and enhance your general wellbeing.
Course Dates: 22.01./05.02./12.02./19.02./26.02./05.03./12.03./19.03.2019
There will be no course on January 29!
Mindfulness Day: March 16, 10am to 4pm (Saturday)
Time: Tuesdays, 7.15pm-9pm
Location: Coaching-Praxis am Leisepark, Heinrich-Rollerstr. 15, 10405 Berlin
Conditions: 395,00 EUR including handouts, audio files with guided meditations, and pre-course interview.
Early Bird fee 360,00 EUR if you register and pay before December 21, 2018.
Is the course for me?
The course is for anyone who experiences stress, anxiety, low mood or recurrent depression and who wants to learn new skills to respond to these ‚ups and downs‘ in life. The program is not being offered as a treatment for any specific physical or psychological conditions. It is not suitable for people who are currently experiencing very severe problems in these areas. Please contact me if you have any questions.
What will I learn?
You will learn to deal more skilfully with the stresses and strains of daily living. Practicing the skill of deliberately paying attention to what happens in mind and body we become more familiar with the workings of our own mind patterns and habits, some habits that may no longer be helpful for us. You learn to spot our own ‘warning signs’ early, before the stress or depression become too overwhelming. We can then make plans for how best to respond, rather than react in our old familiar, often unhelpful ways.
There will be a combination of guided meditation practices and cognitive exercises. In between sessions, there will be home practice for people to do and we estimate this takes approximately 10-30 minutes/day.
The course is based on Prof. Mark William’s and Danny Penman’s best-selling book ‚Finding Peace in a Frantic World‘ and will be taught in English. Prof. Mark Williams is one of the founders of Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) and was director of the Oxford Mindfulness Centre at the University of Oxford, UK until his retirement in 2013.
Once you have registered and paid, we will arrange for a pre-course interview. Interviews generally take place via phone and take approximately 20 minutes.
If you have any questions prior please feel free to contact me email@example.com or 01736127009.
Please ensure that you have read all the terms and conditions