The OMC provides insight on research, training, and the latest news and information across the field of mindfulness.

Teacher Partnership Programme – Express your Interest

Teacher Partnership Programme – Express your Interest

Earlier in 2019, the OMC announced a new Teacher Partnership Programme initiative. Here we present more information on the programme and invite you to register your interest in becoming a partner.

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Happy New Year: Reflections on the last decade at the OMC and looking to the future

Happy New Year: Reflections on the last decade at the OMC and looking to the future

Here we are, one decade ending and another starting. We sometimes pause at these transition points to take stock and reformulate our intentions and plans.

At the University of Oxford Mindfulness Centre our vision is of a world without the devastating effects of depression. A world where people can live with awareness, wisdom and compassion, and where we all have the possibility of realising our potential and flourishing.

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New Project Manager opportunity – Join our team!

New Project Manager opportunity – Join our team!

The OMC is developing a new suite of programmes for new populations and contexts and across the life span to increase the accessibility of MBCT and train the next generation of MBCT teachers. We are seeking an experienced Project Manager to support the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and Director to deliver multiple strategic projects across the centre.

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Mindfulness for Life: Finding Peace Amidst Difficulties and Cultivating Joy, Compassion, Equanimity and Wisdom

Mindfulness for Life: Finding Peace Amidst Difficulties and Cultivating Joy, Compassion, Equanimity and Wisdom

Can mindfulness support the development of resilience and help the whole population realise their potential and move towards flourishing? Can a programme that combines mindfulness and cognitive science help more of the population find peace in a frantic world, develop resilience, realise their potential and flourish? Can it serve to reduce stress and improve mental health for many and enhance resilience and human potential for all? Professor Willem Kuyken, DClinPsy. Sir John Ritblat Family Foundation Professor of Mindfulness and Psychological Science and Director, University of Oxford Mindfulness Centre outlines the OMC vision for mindfulness for life.

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OMC Funded Accessibility Projects – Foundation Doctors’ and Medical Students’ Project

OMC Funded Accessibility Projects – Foundation Doctors’ and Medical Students’ Project

In line with our charitable aims we support training, activities or initiatives which widen access to, and participation in, mindfulness-based cognitive therapy and practices. Our Accessibility Fund grants are given on the expectation of clear impact, outcomes and/or key learnings. Applications to the Accessibility fund are reviewed by Oxford Mindfulness Foundation Board members, OMC staff and external advisers.

Here, we highlight a recent project supported by the accessibility fund.

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OMC Funded Accessibility Projects – Mindfulness Paraguay

OMC Funded Accessibility Projects – Mindfulness Paraguay

In line with our charitable aims we support training, activities or initiatives which widen access to, and participation in, mindfulness-based cognitive therapy and practices. Our Accessibility Fund grants are given on the expectation of clear impact, outcomes and/or key learnings. Applications to the Accessibility fund are reviewed by Oxford Mindfulness Foundation Board members, OMC staff and external advisers.

Here, we highlight a recent project supported by the accessibility fund.

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OMC Funded Accessibility Projects – Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust: Widening Access and Increasing Diversity Project

OMC Funded Accessibility Projects – Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust: Widening Access and Increasing Diversity Project

In line with our charitable aims we support training, activities or initiatives which widen access to, and participation in, mindfulness-based cognitive therapy and practices. Our Accessibility Fund grants are given on the expectation of clear impact, outcomes and/or key learnings. Applications to the Accessibility fund are reviewed by Oxford Mindfulness Foundation Board members, OMC staff and external advisers.

Here, we highlight a recent project supported by the accessibility fund.

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OMC Funded Accessibility Projects – Mindful Foster Caring

OMC Funded Accessibility Projects – Mindful Foster Caring

In line with our charitable aims we support training, activities or initiatives which widen access to, and participation in, mindfulness-based cognitive therapy and practices. Our Accessibility Fund grants are given on the expectation of clear impact, outcomes and/or key learnings. Applications to the Accessibility fund are reviewed by Oxford Mindfulness Foundation Board members, OMC staff and external advisers.

Here, we highlight recent projects supported by the accessibility fund.

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OMC Funded Accessibility Projects – The Mindfulness for Parents and Community Project

OMC Funded Accessibility Projects – The Mindfulness for Parents and Community Project

In line with our charitable aims we support training, activities or initiatives which widen access to, and participation in, mindfulness-based cognitive therapy and practices. Our Accessibility Fund grants are given on the expectation of clear impact, outcomes and/or key learnings. Applications to the Accessibility fund are reviewed by Oxford Mindfulness Foundation Board members, OMC staff and external advisers.

Here, we highlight a recent project supported by the accessibility fund.

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OMC Funded Accessibility Projects – The Mindful Choice

OMC Funded Accessibility Projects – The Mindful Choice

In line with our charitable aims we support training, activities or initiatives which widen access to, and participation in, mindfulness-based cognitive therapy and practices. Our Accessibility Fund grants are given on the expectation of clear impact, outcomes and/or key learnings. Applications to the Accessibility fund are reviewed by Oxford Mindfulness Foundation Board members, OMC staff and external advisers.

Here, we highlight recent projects supported by the accessibility fund.

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