For Well Being Staff

If you are a student counsellor who already knows a bit about mindfulness and wants to add Mindfulness to your repertoire of service, or if you are a counsellor or therapist who is unfamiliar with mindfulness but wants to learn more, the following  event being run by MFS with Oxford Mindfulness Centre will be of interest to you. Further resources for wellbeing staff and resources from the recent symposium day on 11th May 2015 see more

 

Mindfulness in Higher Education- A Student experience by Kitty Wheater

Practicalities of setting up mindfulness courses in HE settings

Mindfulness for Students : article about mindfulness and performance anxiety Ariana Faris

 

 

 

 

 

For more information contact: info@mindfulnessforstudents.co.uk

If there are no courses at your university or college…
If you do not have a mindfulness course available at your university or college you might want to get started with the help of the guided meditations and resources available on this site ( see the links above )and check out some of the sample practices for yourself.
Student testimonial
"The time I’ve invested in mindfulness has proven to be one of the best choices that I’ve made."
Revising for Exams? Try this stress buster
Take a mindful pause with the 5 senses drill - a really useful stress buster when you are revising and before exams