The OMC strives to provide insight on research, training, and the latest news and information across the field of mindfulness.
Working at the University of Oxford Mindfulness Centre
We currently have an exciting new post open for a Research Assistant within the MYRIAD Project - deadline for applicants is the 3rd January 2018.Read More
Mindful Organisations – Developing Flourishing Workplaces.
A commentry on mindful organisations by Professor Michael WestRead More
MYRIAD project team completes major milestone of trial recruitment
A University of Oxford team based in the Department of Psychiatry has reached a major milestone in the timeline of a long-term project which will examine whether mindfulness in schools can improve adolescents’ mental health and resilience.Read More
“I am in control of my thoughts, they don’t control me”
Karen Wyn Griffith, who took one of our MBCT courses recently, describes the impact it has had on her.Read More
Event: The Future of Digital Mindfulness with Rohan Gunatillake
Rohan Gunatillake will share his vision of the opportunities and challenges the mindfulness world faces in next five years with respect to its relationship with technology. How is technology and digital culture changing mindfulness? What can the mindfulness community do to impact the technology industry in return? Is mindfulness as we know it in threat of extinction?Read More
Master of Studies in MBCT – applications open 1st Sept
Participants will gain a deeper understanding of the structure, curriculum and intentions of MBCT, together with a critical appreciation of related cognitive and clinical theory, empirical research and Buddhist psychology – all while benefiting from the academic rigour of a University of Oxford Masters programme.Read More
OMC awarded major Wellcome public engagement grant
The Oxford Mindfulness Centre has been awarded a major Public Engagement grant from Wellcome.Read More