Join us and Clare McRobbie for a Mindfulness and Wellbeing session.

Thursday 3rd June 2021
Time 1-3pm
Microsoft Teams

This workshop is aimed at staff in schools to explore Mindfulness and Wellbeing techniques to reduce stress and improve wellbeing. This workshop has been designed to meet the Mentally Healthy Schools curriculum and the Area of Learning and Experience: Health and Wellbeing.

In this 2- hour workshop you will learn:

  • What Mindfulness is.
  • Understand the evidence-based research on Mindfulness and neuroscience and ways that it can help to reduce stress, anxiety, and depression and improve wellbeing.
  • Explore the impact of stress (especially during a pandemic) and ways to challenge negative thought patterns using Mindfulness-based cognitive-behavioral techniques to learn how to respond skillfully to emotions as well as developing empathy and compassion skills.
  • To learn Mindfulness meditations practices to cultivate an ethos of gratitude and compassion for self and others
  • To find out more about mindfulness courses for school settings and recommendations regarding websites/books/apps.

Clare McRobbie

Clare is a freelance Mindfulness and Wellbeing trainer with several years of teaching experience delivering 8 – week Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy courses and the 8-week .b Foundations mindfulness courses for staff in schools as well as 1-2-1 Mindfulness and Wellbeing coaching sessions and group workshops for workplace
wellbeing.

She trained in Mindfulness initially to enable her to teach children, young people and staff in schools to reduce stress and anxiety when she was Head of School – Pupil Development at Cathays High School in Cardiff. Clare was a teacher for over 25 years and she found the benefits of Mindfulness practice so transformational in improving
her own mental wellbeing that she decided to leave her job over 5 years ago and devote all her time to teaching and studying Mindfulness courses. She recently gained an MSc in Psychological Therapies Practice and Research (Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy and Approaches) at the University of Exeter.

Clare is listed as a Mindfulness teacher on the UK Network for Mindfulness Teachers (now British Association of Mindfulness-Based Approaches-BAMBA) and follows the Good Practice Guidelines for teaching Mindfulness-based courses as laid out by the UK Network for Mindfulness Teachers. She regularly attends teacher-training
workshops, meditation retreats, courses, and wellbeing workshops. Clare is passionate about sharing the practice with others through her courses and workshops and she has taught over 35 8 -week Mindfulness-Based courses over the last 5 years as well as hundreds of Mindfulness and Stress awareness Workshops for staff in schools,
community, workplace and clinical settings.

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Event Details

03 Jun
  • 13:00 - 15:00
  • Microsoft Teams

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