Michael Anderson is a registered Psychologist in
private practice in Torquay, Victoria. He has been
practicing mindfulness meditation for over 25 years.
In 1990 he became increasingly interested in
Buddhism and mindfulness practice, and has from
this time worked to integrate Western psychology and
mindfulness approaches. He has training in ACT,
Without a personal practice of mindfulness
DBT and MBCT. His main treatment interests are
anger management, depression, pain management
the therapist will be limited by their non
experience of what is fundamentally a non
In 1998 Michael travelled to the USA to interview 20
conceptual process that requires the expe-
Psychologists/THerapists who were integrating
Buddhism and mindfulness practices into their
riential element for its understanding.
therapeutic practice. These interviews continue to
have a strong influence on his work today as a
psychologist. Tibetan, Zen and Theravadin traditions
have all influenced his work as a psychologist.
through a process of theory and personal
practice to get to a point of applying mind-
detailed program integrating the use of
Eleven years of experience in the therapeu-
Participants will :
Gain an introduction to the research on Mindfulness as
Have a clear and concise language that will allow
come together to form this therapist train-
them to introduce mindfulness to their clients.
Assist clients to effortlessly achieve cognitive defu-
Establish or extend personal practice in Mindfulness.
Gain an apreciation of how to practice Mindfulness as a Therapist.
Discuss professional issues in relation to using mind-fulness in therapy with individuals and groups.
Explore the different Mindfulness based approaches.
What is seen is just seen and what is heard is just heard.
Mindfulness is like water dripping on a
rock. With each drip it gradually wears
through what appears to be an impene-
trable emotional experience
(incl $145.00 GST)Deposit $300 Total due prior to first session
“Mindfulness is the activity which takes care of the mind
Friday March 19 and Saturday March 20
If this is what mindfulness is then clearly
psychologists and their clients would gain significant value from its practice.
sented it as an essential element of the
psychology because so few took the time to cultivate it. It has now emerged as a valu-
able tool for clients to deal with a range of psycho-
Friday July 30 and Saturday July 31
logical issues, specifically in the prevention of relapse for
Mindfulness from personal practice to therapy
Mindfulness has its origins in eastern philosophies. It has
a long history with anecdotal evidence for its success stretching over 2500 years. It is relatively simple to mas-
ter at one end of the spectrum but more difficult to
Friday October 8 and Saturday October 9
achieve complete mastery. This program is not about
achieving complete mastery. The programs objective is to
provide you with the understanding and skills to practice
mindfulness both personally and as a therapist. This pro-
gram will allow you to be able to present mindfulness to your clients in a language that makes its relevance and
application of mindfulness immediately obvious. Through
your own practice and the conversations with your peers,
you will realise the dilemmas that your clients will experi-
ence in implementing their mindfulness practice. The
coaching that will follow will provide you with an insight
into the way I work with these dilemmas with my clients.
Mindfulness and Clinical Practice Days
This program is a comprehensive presentation of the
therapeutic uses of mindfulness. It is a practical, experien-
tial and theoretical process which will synthesise over 11
years of work with clients. The client cases to be covered
will include chronic pain, depression, anxiety, stress, an-ger , drug and alcohol and self esteem.
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