With the new international criteria for ongoing education and supervision for mindfulnessteachers, as developed in the Global Integrity Network in 2016, the mindfulness field sees an increasing demand for experienced supervisors. Supervisors who are steeped in the mindfulness practice, and who are able to support, encourage and challenge their supervisees in their development, deepening their experience and understanding of the work in mindfulness.
When you are a senior teacher and supervisor, or on your way to become one, this might be the program for you. This training welcomes teachers of mindfulness based programs (MBPs) with an experience of at least 20 programs over a period of 5 years or more.
Basics of supervision – contracting – attitude and languaging – mindful communication skills – learning styles – transference, countertransference, parallel processing – working with shadow sides – supporting and challenging your supervisees – anxiety and the inner critic – deepening the practice, refining supervision skills – mindfulness group dynamics and individual processes
Maria van Balen, Lot Heijke (The Netherlands), Günter Hudasch and Petra Meibert (Germany); mindfulness teachers, trainers and supervisors with extensive and international teaching experience.