Supervision is essential for anyone teaching Mindfulness-Based Approaches and is necessary to fulfil the 'Good Practice Guidelines' laid out by the UK Network for Mindfulness-Based Teacher Training Organisations http://mindfulnessteachersuk.org.uk.
What happens in mindfulness supervision?
Supervision is there to guide and support your development and practice as a teacher. In supervision we will be looking at how your teaching practice, personal mindfulness practice and life interact, and work together to improve your teaching practice and deepen your personal mindfulness practice. All my mindfulness supervision is done in a 'mindfulness container' of non-judgemental, respectful exploration.
Mindfulness teacher mentoring for new teachers
If you're a new or training mindfulness teacher, it can be very beneficial to sit in and co-teach on courses with an experienced teacher. You can then receive direct feedback and mentoring on your teaching practice, as well as see what a mindfulness classroom is like. I am trained to offer mentoring for new teachers, please contact me to discuss. The cost is the same as supervision, £40ph in either 30, 45 or 60 minute sessions.
Experienced Mindfulness Teacher
I am listed on the Mindfulness Network CIC's list of approved supervisors.
I have extensive experience teaching eight-week mindfulness courses to the general public, both in groups and one-to-one; I specialise in working with stress, anxiety and panic attacks though I also have experience working with people with chronic health conditions and terminal illness. I have completed the Centre for Mindfuless Research and Practice Supervisor training and I offer supervision for teachers of Mindfulness Based Approaches on the phone, on Skype or in person in Brighton. Supervision can be in either 30, 45 or 60 minute sessions for £40ph or £20 for 30 minutes. Please contact me to discuss.