1 Day Workshop
This workshop explores ethical issues and related practical skills in mindfulness-based programmes (MBPs). It explores principles of professional ethics, research on harm and adverse events in MBPs, and ethical communication about mindfulness. It also considers two sets of skills with important ethical foundations: orienting potential participants to MBCT and assessing whether the course is suitable for them. Both orientation and assessment are essential to avoid harm to participants and for adherence to the ethical principles of informed consent and practicing within the one’s scope of competence.
IMPORTANT: You do not need to complete this workshop if you are currently on the OMC 12-month cohort training route.
This training is part of a mindfulness teacher training programme. Please do not sign up for this training if your only experience with MBCT is as a course participant, as your application will not be approved, and you may be charged an administration fee when we refund your payment.
The OMC provides Confirmation of Attendance letters to all participants who attend our training events. OMC Trained Teacher Certificates are issued only after completion of the OMC teacher training pathway, through a formal application process not linked to this event.
I’m a clinical psychologist and a mindfulness researcher, teacher, trainer, and practitioner. Following a long career as a professor of psychology at the University of Kentucky, I was very fortunate to move to Oxford to work with the OMC. Read More Here...