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Research Project: Randomised Controlled Trial of MiCBT – Volunteers needed.

Volunteers receive the 8-week program at no cost and will be making a significant contribution to the research into this fast-growing and fascinating development in modern psychology.If you have struggled with anxiety, stress, depression, anger issues, attentional problems you may benefit from the program.Volunteers will be randomly allocated either to an experimental group or a …

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MiCBT Child Interest Group

The MiCBT Child Interest Group started last year and the clinicians at the group had great discussion sharing experiences and knowledge, and supporting each other at the group. If you use MiCBT to work with children and adolescents at your clinical practice, you can join the group. The meeting is held over SKYPE. The group …

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Why Meditate? The differential roles of attention, awareness and mindfulness

Over the past two decades, much has been said about the nature, mechanisms and roles of mindfulness. Yet, some conceptualisations and their derived clinical packages display an obvious lack of differentiation between mindfulness, awareness and attention. Here, Dr Bruno Cayoun, director of MiCBT Institute in Hobart, shows clinicians how to develop, study and teach mindfulness. Most …

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Breathe in, breathe out

Wonderful feedback on the work our trainer, Alia Offman, is doing for her local school. Attached is a copy of an article written up in the local paper about the mindful schools program. See also the email below from the classroom teacher. “Hi Alia, I just read the article that was in the Perth Courier. …

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