Transforming Life Through
An 8 Week Course In Compassion
Focussed Therapy (CFT) with Julia Wahl
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Julia is a highly experienced Mindfulness teacher
who has trained under Jon Kabat-Zinn and
is currently based at Derby University.
She is also a Compassion Focussed Therapy (CFT)
teacher trained by Chris Germer, author
of 'The Mindful Path to Self-Compassion'
Running over 8 consecutive Wednesdays
in the Nottingham city centre,
beginning on 27th April 2016 at 6pm
£225 Full Price.
£25 off to Nottingham Mindfulness Group members - members pay £200.
£15 off to non-members who book before 18th April.
About The Course
For a full explanation of what Compassion is , see below.
About Julia Wahl
Julia is a highly experienced Mindfulness teacher and a trained Compassion Focussed Therapy coach. She has trained and taught extensively across the UK, Europe and North America, and is currently based at Derby University.
A graduate in Social Clinical Psychology from the Warsaw School of Social Sciences & Humanities, Julia’s MA thesis treated on the states of consciousness and mindfulness in healthy pregnant women. She has completed a 4-year integrative psychotherapy training with Richard Erskine PhD from the Institute for Integrative Psychotherapy (New York) and is currently studying and researching for her PhD at the University of Derby. She has studied Mindfulness, and trained to teach it, in many locations and with eminent teachers including participating in MBSR in Mind-Body Medicine with Dr Jon Kabat-Zinn and Dr Saki Santorelli from the University of Massachusetts.
It has been suggested that compassion includes Mindfulness but goes beyond it to include and engage the Contentment System, which both soothes us and builds our sense of “affiliation” (belonging/relationship/connectedness – see Christopher Germer, Personal Communication, 2013).