Bangor University Centre for Mindfulness Research and Practice - 20th Anniversary
The Mindfulness Centre at Bangor University was founded 20 years ago by Mark Williams, following his leadership there in developing MBCT. Over the last two decades, the centre has been at the forefront in the emergence of the field of mindfulness-based teaching, training, and research. This series of events celebrated the centre’s pioneering work. It also provided an opportunity to launch the new ‘Essential Resources for Mindfulness Teachers’ book – which is an edited gathering of 20 years’ work by the Bangor University training team. The book brings together in one volume a wealth of resources to accompany the mindfulness-based teacher on their training journey. It will be also be a much-needed reference for established teachers.
Each event offered an opportunity to update current practice in a range of areas, and to gain a perspective on the evolving development process we are all part of. It was wonderful to come together as a community to support and nourish each other in our life and work.
You can view the recordings for each event below . The recordings are available freely, however, a donation big or small will help us to improve our support for mindfulness and compassion teachers.
Due to international recognition of the Mindfulness Centre at Bangor University we are delighted offer recorded translations for certain events in partnership with MBCT Spain (Spanish speakers), ADM (French speakers) and the generosity of our colleague Debbie Hu, who has also arranged Chinese translation (Mandarin speakers).
A photo montage celebrating 20 years of Mindfulness at Bangor University
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With gratitude to all who have contributed to the development of mindfulness at Bangor over the last 20 years.