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Video Resource Pack: The Mindfulness Bundle

Video Resource Pack: The Mindfulness Bundle

This video resource pack includes:

  • Mindfulness, MWe, and Our Interconnected Reality (Dr Dan Siegel, 2 CPD)
  • Modifying Mindfulness Interventions for effective Trauma-focused care ( Dr Jamie Marich, 3 CPD)

Price for resource pack: £105 instead of the regular price of £135 (a saving of £30)

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Course Credits

CPD: 5 / CE: N/A

Speaker(s)

Dr Dan Siegel, Dr Jamie Marich

Course length in hours

5 hrs of video content

Full course information

Mindfulness practices – which borrow and incorporate techniques from centuries-old traditions of meditation, cognitive-therapy skills and a cultivation of a present-oriented, non-judgmental attitude – have found acceptance in multiple psychotherapeutic settings. Specifically, we can adapt or modify mindfulness techniques when working with traumatised clients, for both single-incident and episodic trauma.

This video resource pack contains two complete workshops (CPD hours: 5 / CE credits: N/A) that cover:

Part 1: Mindfulness, MWe, and Our Interconnected Reality (Dr Dan Siegel)

A systematic survey of consciousness has revealed a first-person experiential pattern of descriptions consistent with ancient wisdom teachings—that awareness, interconnection, and love appear to be three interwoven threads forming a tapestry of the deep fabric of life.

These scientific observations have emerged with a practice in which the knowing of consciousness is differentiated and then linked with the knowns, utilizing the visual metaphor of a “wheel of awareness” in which the hub is the experience of being aware, the rim that which we can be aware of.  With both biological and physics perspectives suggesting that the human perspective of a “separate self”, reinforced with the messages of modern culture, may be only one part of a much larger view of the deeply interconnected nature of reality and the reality of nature, we can propose that part of the journey forward for humanity on this precious planet is to expand our consciousness and integrate our identity—with practices like mindfulness— to embrace a wider view of who we truly are.  In many ways, we are more like interconnected verb-like events rather than only noun-like separate entities.  The symbolic term MWe integrates the inner aspect of a “me” with the interconnected facet of our lives as a “we.”  With this more integrated sense of our identity, MWe can move forward to cultivate personal, interpersonal, and even planetary health and flourishing.

Part 2: Modifying Mindfulness Interventions for effective Trauma-focused care ( Dr Jamie Marich)

At this engaging and interactive seminar, Dr Jamie Marich (author of Trauma Made Simple, EMDR Made Simple and the originator of Dancing Mindfulness Practice) demonstrates how our knowledge of mindfulness can be utilised in clinical practice, especially when we are working with Trauma. Therapy strategies and practical interventions for trauma clients are the focal points of this course, and special attention is paid to:

  • New insights on how mindfulness-based interventions can be incorporated in our clinical work – using a fusion of perspectives
  • An enhanced understanding of therapy planning for clients affected by trauma
  • Recognising that mindfulness techniques have the potential to exacerbate symptoms of traumatic stress – including flashbacks, heightened emotional arousal and dissociation. We discuss the steps we need to take to mitigate these risks
  • How mindfulness has been shown to impact prefrontal and hippocampal activity – and the implications this has for Trauma Therapy, especially in the context of PTSD
  • 10 different skills that can be applied in clinical settings – encompassing grounding, stabilisation, body awareness, breath-work, self-soothing and crisis management
  • We learn how to adapt techniques to serve clients who traditionally resist affect regulation and stabilisation strategies
  • A deep-rooted orientation to being more trauma-informed in mindfulness work with clients

At this seminar, Dr Marich is not asking us to reinvent the wheel at our existing clinical practices, rather, her aim is to build on what we know and supplement our repertoire of skills with simple, effective mindfulness-informed approaches.

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What you’ll learn

Part 1: Mindfulness, MWe, and Our Interconnected Reality (Dr Dan Siegel)

With both biological and physics perspectives suggesting that the human perspective of a “separate self”, reinforced with the messages of modern culture, may be only one part of a much larger view of the deeply interconnected nature of reality and the reality of nature, we can propose that part of the journey forward for humanity on this precious planet is to expand our consciousness and integrate our identity—with practices like mindfulness— to embrace a wider view of who we truly are.

Part 2: Modifying Mindfulness Interventions for effective Trauma-focused care (Dr Jamie Marich)

At this engaging and interactive seminar, Dr Jamie Marich (author of Trauma Made Simple, EMDR Made Simple and the originator of Dancing Mindfulness Practice) demonstrates how our knowledge of mindfulness can be utilised in clinical practice, especially when we are working with Trauma.

Learning objectives

  • Discuss a systematic survey of consciousness that has revealed a first-person experiential pattern of descriptions consistent with ancient wisdom teachings—that awareness, interconnection, and love appear to be three interwoven threads forming a tapestry of the deep fabric of life.
  • Discuss the symbolic term MWe, integrating the inner aspect of a “me” with the interconnected facet of our lives as a “we.”
  • Demonstrate that mindfulness techniques have the potential to exacerbate symptoms of traumatic stress – including flashbacks, heightened emotional arousal and dissociation. We discuss the steps we need to take to mitigate these risks
  • Discuss how mindfulness has been shown to impact prefrontal and hippocampal activity – and the implications this has for Trauma Therapy, especially in the context of PTSD
  • Describe 10 different skills that can be applied in clinical settings – encompassing grounding, stabilisation, body awareness, breath-work, self-soothing and crisis management

About the speaker(s)

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Dr. Siegel is a clinical professor of psychiatry at the UCLA School of Medicine and the founding co-director of the Mindful Awareness Research Center at UCLA. He is also the Executive Director of the Mindsight Institute which focuses on the development of mindsight, which teaches insight, empathy, and integration in individuals, families and communities.

Dr. Siegel has published extensively for both the professional and lay audiences. His five New York Times bestsellers are: Aware: The Science and Practice of Presence, Mind: A Journey to the Heart of Being Human, Brainstorm: The Power and Purpose of the Teenage Brain, and two books with Tina Payne Bryson, Ph.D: The Whole-Brain Child, and No-Drama Discipline. His other books include: The Developing Mind, The Pocket Guide to Interpersonal Neurobiology, MindsightThe Mindful Brain, The Mindful Therapist, and also with Tina Payne Bryson, Ph.D. – The Yes Brain and The Power of Showing Up (released January 2020). Dr. Siegel also serves as the Founding Editor for the Norton Professional Series on Interpersonal Neurobiology which contains over seventy textbooks.

Dr Jamie Marich began her career working for humanitarian aid in Bosnia-Herzegovina from 2000-2003. As the founder of the Institute for Creative Mindfulness, she travels internationally, speaking on topics related to EMDR therapy, trauma, addiction, expressive arts therapy, mindfulness, and yoga while maintaining a private practice in her home town of Warren, OH. She is the developer of the Dancing Mindfulness practice and regularly trains facilitators to take this unique practice into both clinical and community settings.

Dr Marich is the author of several books on trauma recovery: Process Not Perfection: Expressive Arts Solutions for Trauma Recovery (2019), EMDR Therapy & Mindfulness for Trauma-Focused Care (2018, with Dr Stephen Dansiger), Dancing Mindfulness: A Creative Path to Healing and Transformation (2015), Trauma Made Simple (2014), Creative Mindfulness (2013), Trauma and the Twelve Steps(2012), and EMDR Made Simple (2011). She considers herself outspoken and freely shares her own experiences in recovery from dissociative disorder.

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