Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy course: Wednesday evenings
17 January 2024 at 18:00 to 20:00
Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) combines mindfulness practices and cognitive-behavioural techniques to help reduce depression. There is increasing evidence that shows MBCT could be effective for other mental health issues and to improve wellbeing and resilience.
The eight-week course helps participants develop greater awareness of their thoughts, emotions, and experiences which in turn helps cultivate resilience and reduce depression and anxiety. Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) was designed specifically to help people who experience repeated episodes of depression to prevent relapse. MBCT is now recognised as an effective treatment for existing mild to moderate depression (not just to prevent relapse) and also helps improve wellbeing and resilience. Find out more about Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy here.
Wednesday evenings 6-8pm starting 17 January to 20 March 2024 (no session 6 March).
Online. You will get Zoom log-in details when your place is confirmed.
The format of the course?
- Two-hour orientation session at the start to help you decide if the course is right for you
- Eight weekly two-hour classes including mindfulness practices, discussion and exercises
- Daily meditation home practice of between 20 to 40 minutes
How to book
Fill in the application form here indicating the dates you can attend in order of preference.