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'The Mindful Way'

An 8 Week Mindfulness Program To Combat Depression, Anxiety & Stress

8 weekly online group sessions - all LIVE, fun & interactive! Plus full course materials & support.
Begins Wednesday 13th Jan 2021 at 6.30pm
Pay a £25 deposit to secure your place.
Then make 8 weekly payments over the period of the course of £15 each.
Total Cost - £145
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Over 8 weeks we will come together to work through 'The Mindful Way', a formal 8 week program (designed by leading experts) that can help people to overcome low mood, negative thinking, worry, depression, anxiety and stress

About The Course

Here at the Nottingham Mindfulness Group we were repeatedly asked if we could find a way for people to access the acclaimed 8-week, structured Mindfulness training... but a way that does not cost participants the usual £200-£250.

And this is it! A series of 8 friendly, weekly group meetings that is an opportunity for a group of up to 25 people to come together and support each other in working through 'The Mindful Way', the home study version of the internationally acclaimed Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) 8 week course.

These weekly online group meetings provide a chance for participants to explore the coming week's course work (and meditation exercises) together – and to also discuss, share and reflect on the experiences they've had over the previous week while actually putting the course work and meditations into practice in their daily lives.

The group meetings are hosted by Shaun (a highly experienced group facilitator and trained Mindfulness teacher who runs our other weekly Mindfulness meetings, and who has himself previously completed the full MBCT program), along with Jamie (who is our regular co-host, and who is a professional Counsellor).

The weekly group meetings are held over 8 consecutive Wednesday evenings, all starting at 6.30pm. The first group session is on Wednesday 13th January 2021 with the final group session on Wednesday 3rd March 2021. The group sessions are currently taking place online due to the coronavirus situation, but they are designed to be fun, friendly, welcoming, informal, and supportive. They use the popular interactive webinar format, Zoom. (You do not need a special app or any special software in order to participate in these online sessions, you just need to be at a computer, laptop, tablet or smart phone that has internet access. The online sessions are all live and fully interactive, with opportunity for social interaction.) A video recording of each group session is made privately available afterwards for participants to refer back to.

The meetings themselves last approximately 2½ hours. In addition to attending the weekly meetings, participants in the program should expect to also undertake approximately 40 minutes of home meditation practice (plus some other occasional short exercises and reflections) every day, for six days of each week that the course runs.

All course materials are provided, with everyone receiving their own, personal hard copy of 'The Mindful Way'  workbook plus a CD of all the meditations used during the course (these will arrive with you by post before the course begins). The guided meditations are also made available as mp3 files that can be streamed or downloaded. In addition, further notes, worksheets, and other course resources are provided each week by email in pdf format.

'The Mindful Way'  program is written and compiled by the creators of the acclaimed MBCT (Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy) course  Professor John Teasdale, Professor Mark Williams and Professor Zindel Segal. They are leading clinical experts in cognition sciences, psychology and mood disorders, and all are themselves experts in (and practitioners of) Mindfulness meditation.

Places on this course are strictly limited  to secure your place please click on the button below and pay your £25 deposit (see 'Costs', below) using any debit or credit card, or a PayPal account if you have one. For further details about 'The Mindful Way'  program itself, see opposite (or further down the screen if you're viewing on a phone or tablet).

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Once you have paid your deposit you will receive an immediate receipt by email from PayPal. Later (usually within 24 hours of your booking being made) you will also receive a confirmation email from us containing further details of your booking.


To cover the costs involved in running this program of meetings and course work (including the course materials and resources, technical facilities, and the facilitators' professional time and preparatory work), the following fees will be payable by all attendees:

  • A deposit of £25 
  • Then 8 weekly payments of £15 each (paid over the duration of the course)   

Total - £145

To book your place and pay your deposit now securely via PayPal Click Here»

Undertaking this program of meetings and course work is a commitment please note that deposits are not refundable, and anyone taking a place who then withdraws part way through the program will be required to pay at least 50% of the total fees.

If you're unable to attend all the course sessions, you will have access to them as video recordings afterwards so that you can keep up-to-date with the program. Please note that the full fees still apply in this case (as you are taking a place one the course that could have been occupied by someone else).

Important Note: this program of meetings and course work is not intended to be taken as a replacement for therapy or medical treatment. This program does not include clinical oversight and it is not appropriate for those with significant mental health issues. Any person with a condition requiring medical or therapeutic treatment should consult a qualified doctor or therapist. 

An 8 Week Program to Free Yourself from Depression and Emotional Distress

Pay a £25 deposit to secure your place.
Then make 8 weekly payments over the period of the course of £15 each.

Total Cost - £145

Full course notes, a copy of 'The Mindful Way' workbook and a CD containing all the meditations used in the program are provided 

More About The Mindful Way Program

The program is the home study version of the renowned Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) course. The MBCT course is one of the most frequently applied formal Mindfulness trainings in use today, and it is now widely used in clinical, therapy and counselling settings. It is based on the original work of Professor Jon Kabat-Zinn of the University of Massachusetts (the "father" of modern, secular Mindfulness), with some modifications and adaptations that draw on Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT). It has become one of the most popular modern therapies for reducing stress and helping people to better mange anxiety, worry, negative thinking and depression.
      The Course consists of 8 weekly, structured blocks of material and course work (including daily meditations and other home exercises) that teach the theory and practical techniques of MBCT in an easy, careful, straightforward and step-by-step way.

 To book your place, click on the button above and pay your £25 deposit

What the publishers of the program say:

The Mindful Way Workbook NottinghamMindfulnessGroup.co.uk

The Mindful Way  an 8 week program to free yourself from depression and emotional distress 

Imagine an 8 week program that can help you overcome depression, anxiety and stress - by simply learning new ways to respond to your own thoughts and feelings. That program is Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT), and it has been tested and proven effective in clinical trials throughout the world. 
      The expert authors provide specific Mindfulness practices to try each week, plus reflection questions, tools for keeping track of progress, and helpful comments from others who who have gone through the program. Like a trusted map, this course guides you step-by-step along the path of change. 

"An easy-to-follow, step-by-step program for how to train our minds out of repetitive loops and find stages of peace"
                       - Paul Gilbert, PhD (University of Derby) 

"I consider MBCT to be an effective means of preventing and treating depression and enhancing emotional well-being. This gives practical advice for applying the principles of MBCT in your life. I recommend it highly."

                       - Andrew Weil, MD 

"What could be more fabulous than this? An evidence-based treatment for depression translated into a program that everyone can use."

                       - Marsha M. Linehan, PhD, ABPP 

"This program is fantastic."

                       - Jon Kabat-Zinn, PhD  

For more information about this 8 week program of meetings and course work contact Shaun
email: shaun.g@hotmail.com | mobile: 07769 574063 

Important - Mindfulness and other forms of meditation are safe and appropriate practices for the vast majority of people and they are proven to offer a wide range of benefits, including the lowering of stress and deep levels of relaxation. However, anyone who is currently experiencing profound psychological and emotional crisis, or who is otherwise in deep distress (including the recently bereaved), should not try meditation. (At these times it's better to seek counselling, therapy or support from a qualified professional; time spent outside in nature can also be beneficial.) In addition, recent research indicates that it may be unwise for people with bipolar vulnerability or those who are suffering from Post Traumatic Stress (PTSD) to try any form of meditation (including Mindfulness) unless it's conducted with appropriate medical supervision. If you are currently receiving treatment for any form of mental health issue (or have received such treatment in the recent past, or have reason to believe that you might need such treatment), you should consult your doctor or psychotherapist, or another relevant health care professional, before engaging with Mindfulness or any form of meditation.