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The history and science of mindfulness

Watch Craig and Richard provide an overview of the history of mindfulness, and explore the science and the research that’s informed the use of mindfulness in clinical settings. The origins …

Mindful driving

Watch Richard talk about mindful driving. While you’re watching, consider the ‘everyday’ activities that you engage with throughout your day and reflect on how you might apply mindfulness to the …

Advice about mindfulness

Before we get too far into the practice of mindfulness it is worthwhile noting that although it has been demonstrated to be a very safe and effective intervention for a …

Feedback from Craig and Richard

Watch Richard, Sherelle and Craig’s feedback video on YouTube Course Educators Associate Professor Craig Hassed, and Dr Richard Chambers, along with course mentor Dr Sherelle Connaughton have recorded an informal …

Introduction to week 5

Watch Craig Hassed introduce this week’s topic on the relationship between mindfulness, communication and relationships. The week’s topics will include the theory of mindful communication but also the informal practice …

Feedback from Craig and Richard

Watch Richard, Craig and Adrian’s feedback video on YouTube Course Educators Associate Professor Craig Hassed, and Dr Richard Chambers, along with course mentor Dr Adrian Medhurst have recorded an informal …

Mindfulness, ethics and values

Watch Craig and Richard explore the link between mindfulness, values and ethics, and see how we can use mindfulness to start engaging in more ethical behaviour ourselves. As we become …

The cognitive practices of mindfulness

Watch Craig introduce the ‘big four’ cognitive aspects of mindfulness (perception, acceptance, non-attachment and presence of mind) and discuss how the formal practice of mindfulness meditation can help us to …

How self-compassion impacts performance

Watch Craig and Richard discuss how self-compassion can improve study and work performance. Talking point Within the Comments, consider sharing with other learners your thoughts on issues raised in the …

Stress, wellbeing and cognitive practices

Watch Craig extend the exploration of default mode to examine how it leads to stress and reduced performance and then discuss the ‘Big 4’ cognitive practices – perception, non-attachment, acceptance …

Distraction and procrastination – 2

Watch Craig and Richard explore in more detail the concept of distractor influence and how it contributes to reduced performance. Talking point Within the Comments, consider sharing with other learners …

Formal practice of mindfulness meditation

Watch Craig introduce the formal practice of mindfulness. Craig also explains how mindfulness is broken down into the following three main aspects: The formal practice of mindfulness meditation. The informal …