Mindfulness in Practice Level 2 part A
Presenter: Pauline Skeates and Sandy FabrinCurrent research shows that the practical application of neuroscience and mindfulness principles in therapy enhances positive psychological change and growth. The data is so compelling; we can no longer ignore it. Our approach, Insight Focused NeuroTherapy (IFnT), employs the findings of neuroscience, mindfulness and compassion research. IFnT provides the necessary components and processes needed to utilise the brains innate capacity to change at a structural and functional level.
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Who should attend: We have tailored this course to those who work in people-helping professions, and those who wish to enhance their personal growth and development. Ideally, participants will have completed a Level 1 Insight course and want to take their mindfulness training to the next level. With the ever increasing demands and expectations on us, techniques that care for body and mind are essential to help us thrive.
What you can expect: During the 6 months, the team at Insight will share the latest research, strategies and best practice to leverage the power of our brain to change. This course is packed with practical tools and exercises so that you get to apply what you have learned for yourself and the ones you care for.
Pauline Skeates, Founder, Therapist, Teacher and Insight Thought Leader, is the director of Insight-International and developer of Insight Focused neuroTherapy (IFnT). She leads the work internationally and in New Zealand as well as being the founder and director of the busy Auckland therapy centre Insight Counselling Services. She is the proud mother of three adult childrenand ‘GG’ to her five beautiful grandchildren. Her years of experience and her vibrant and informative teaching style have earned her a reputation as a speaker in Austria, England, Denmark, Norway, Belgium, Holland, Switzerland, Germany, Australia, The Faroe Islands, and New Zealand.
Sandy Fabrin, Therapist and Art Therapist Facilitator, works in private practice with Insight Counselling Services. Her particular interest is to use creative means for therapeutic ends, facilitating a healing process incorporating principals of Insight Focused neuroTherapy. Sandy tailor fits her therapeutic approach to suit the needs of each individual. Her approach can also incorporate Art Therapy. For those specifically interested in Art Therapy, Sandy offers individual and/ or group sessions. Sandy is the mother of four relentlessly creative, adult, children.