Eight-week Mindfulness course
Nightingale Hospital’s Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) course is designed to help those who are experiencing depression and chronic unhappiness. The course involves meditative practices to help you pay close attention to the present moment, noting your thoughts, feelings and body sensations.
The UK National Institute of Clinical Excellence (NICE) has endorsed MBCT as an effective treatment for relapse prevention of depression.
Lead by an experienced psychotherapist specialising in MBCT, through this course you will:
- Gain self-awareness and self-confidence
- Learn to better cope with stressful situations
- Learn how to handle your thoughts, moods and emotions more effectively
- Improve cognitive effectiveness and capacity for decision making
- Enhance focus and attention
Participants can access this course without a GP referral. Some medical insurers have been known to cover this course but we suggest contacting your provider directly to discuss further.
When is the mindfulness course?
The eight-week evening course starts on Thursday 12th of September and and runs every Thursday until the 31st of October.
- Thursday evening – 6:30pm – 8:30pm – September 12, 19, 26, and October 3, 10, 17, 24, 31.
A retreat day will be held on Saturday 20th October 2019, in which participants will be able to harness their new mindfulness abilities in a peaceful setting. More information on the retreat day will be provided at the beginning of the course.
Where is the mindfulness course held?
11-19 Lisson Grove, Marylebone
London NW1 6SH
How much does the mindfulness course cost?
The total cost of the course is £375, inclusive of a free individual assessment, 8 weekly sessions and a full retreat day.
For more questions or to confirm your attendance, please contact Nightingale Hospital psychotherapist Gwen Williams on 0207 535 7814 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
“The MCBT course lead by Gwen Williams at the Nightingale Hospital was a real opportunity for growth and fulfilment while addressing my anxiety disorder that has plagued me for years. I came across this course during my rehabilitation from a huge burn out episode at work that had me on sick leave for over a year. My goal was to gain expertise in skills to address the factors in my personality that would lead to relapse.
Although I had dabbled in mindfulness via popular apps I lacked the structure and motivation provided by the course and its members. Challenging at times but really life affirming and resilience building. I feel that my ongoing practice will provide me with the ability to meet life’s ups and downs with peace, serenity and equanimity; getting out of my self-inflicted mind traps and enjoying a life more fully lived.”