In this course you’ve explored the science, practice and application of mindfulness and have learned how to incorporate mindfulness practices into your life to reduce stress, improve mental health and enhance your personal and professional life.
As well as continuing to cultivate your meditation practice and continuing to apply mindfulness in your life, you may be interested in knowing more about it. That’s why we have created this list of resources for you to explore.
- Center for Mindfulness (Founded by Jon Kabat-Zinn)
- Kristin Neff (Self-compassion researcher)
- Smiling Mind (free mindfulness app)
- Oxford Mindfulness Centre to the Mindfulness
- Centre for Mindfulness Research & Practice in Wales
- Mark Williams and Danny Penman
Mental health disclosure
This course is not designed to be therapeutic for any particular physical or mental health conditions, including depression, anxiety, psychosis and post-traumatic stress. So if you have any significant health concerns, we ask you not to discuss personal details about this on a public forum such as this, and we strongly encourage you to seek professional advice and support.
National Mental Health Commission: 24 Hour Emergency Services in Australia
spur: Mental health support: Links to various crisis counselling services and information networks around the world.
Befrienders Worldwide: Volunteer action to prevent suicide
NHS mental health helplines: Helplines in the UK
Mental Health Hotline Numbers and Referral Resources: Helplines in the US
- Richard Chambers at TEDxUniMelb
- Jon Kabat-Zinn at Google
- Matthieu Ricard
- Kristin Neff TED
- Tara Brach
- Room To Breathe: Documentary on mindfulness in schools
- The Connection: Documentary and ebook on the mind-body relationship
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