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Resources from recent Symposium on Mindfulness in HE

Forty of us gathered at the Oxford Mindfulness Centre for a symposium on Mindfulness in Higher Education on 25th April. The day was divided into two parts  focusing on the research and theory behind introducing mindfulness into Higher Education and

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Mindfulness for study – article on mindfulness specifically for helping people with dyslexia and adhd

Karisa Krcmar from Loughborough university has developed a a unique Mindfulness for Study programme for students at Loughborough University who have specific learning differences such as dyslexia and adhd.  They have presented and published about this programme in a variety

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Mindfulness in Higher Education Symposium, Oxford Mindfulness Centre

  We have now run 4 very successful one day symposiums held at the Oxford Mindfulness Centre and in London. The events were led and facilitated  by Ariana Faris, Chris Cullen, Steven Stanley and Kate Malleson and in the last three

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Mindfulness and Stress Reduction

Jon Kabat zinn discuss the case for mindfulness and stress reduction, how mindfulness can help build resilience and tools to deal with the challenges that arise in life: ill health, work pressure, stress and anxiety, etc. “Mindfulness gives me the

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