Mindfulness is being fully present in each moment and can be harnessed and developed to with life stress and anxiety.
This certificate course, is a fast track, purely self-directed way to learn mindfulness theory and skills. This course will you to develop an understanding of the fundamentals and principles of mindfulness and teaches you to apply and integrate mindfulness to your daily life.
This course is open to everyone, from complete beginners to those with some prior experience of mindfulness and who are looking to develop their skills further. There is no pre-requisite requirements. After completing this course you will be able to use the principles of mindfulness in your daily life.
The School of Psychology's Certificate in Mindfulness is a Accredited by the International Institute of Complimentary Therapies (IICT) and by Continuous Professional Development (CPD) UK. It is a comprehensive 6-module course, which covers over 70 units of learning across the 6 modules. This course will provide you with a sound knowledge-base of Mindfulness theory and skills. In brief, the course syllabus covers:
Module 1. Understanding Mindfulness
Module 2. Core Mindfulness Skills
Module 3. Developing Noticing Skills
Module 4. Developing Describing Skills
Module 5. Mindfulness Applications
Module 6. Building Mindfulness Into Your Life
This course requires no pre-requisite qualification, it is open to all. This course will take approximately 50 hours to complete and involves a considerable amount of self-practice exercises and personal reflection.
This course is purely self-directed and is assessed at the end of each module along with the submission of a practice log at the end of the course. There is no prescribed tutor support for this course however at The School of Psychology we want to ensure you feel supported during your studies therefore support is available from an experienced tutor/clinician if required. All assessments and submissions are marked by a course tutor before the certificate is awarded.