Reflections on Supra-vision for Mindfulness-based supervisors

“Supra-vision provides live and interactive teaching that will help supervisors supervise, whilst acknowledging that each supra-visee has his/her own style of supervising. There is little known or written about supra-vision. This makes it more challenging for us to find ways of developing and knowing if we, as supervisors, are heading in useful directions or getting […]

Teaching MBCT in Japan

– written by Tetsuji Ietsugu I started to teach MBCT for chronic depressive patients in 2012. Since then, I have taught more than 10 classes and I would like to share my personal opinion and experiences in Japan. Japan is often considered to be a Buddhist country. Actually, most Japanese don’t consider themselves to be […]

’Disturb the comfortable, and comfort the disturbed’ (Cindy Cooper).

– written by Rosalie Dores I have been a mindfulness-based supervisor since 2013, and have received mindfulness-based supervision since 2006. The two are not mutually exclusive. The process of being in supervision informs the offering of supervision. They interact symbiotically. My supervisor of nine years, Cindy Cooper, died in 2017 after a prolonged period of […]

Using recordings of mindfulness-based teaching during supervision

– written by Alison Evans As part of postgraduate training programmes and teacher training pathways, students/trainees are encouraged to record their teaching ready for assessment using the Mindfulness-based Interventions: Teaching Assessment Criteria (MBI:TAC). This is often a daunting prospect for teachers in training. We give an example here from one of our mindfulness-based supervisors (experienced […]