Mindfulness: A training in being present and being well

with Lynne Bousfield

Friday March 11: 7 to 8.30pm

Saturday March 12: 8am – 4pm

Sunday March 13: 8am – 1pm

Kindly note this weekend programme has been postponed. Do register your interest for future sessions with Lynne!

The practice of mindfulness can equip anyone with capacities like resilience, self-reliance and discernment for understanding and responding to life with greater meaning and potential.

This workshop is designed to help develop that understanding - how by being mindful we can transform our confusion and unhappiness into mental composure, clarity and wellbeing: in short, how mindfulness enables us to treat our own minds.

Begin to learn about mindfulness and practise it through training in meditation techniques supported by information, instruction sessions and discussion.

Lynne Bousfield has 35 years of training and practise in mindfulness meditation techniques and 19 years experience as a clinical psychologist. She applies skills and insights drawn from her combined expertise as a meditation teacher and clinician to help her clients with a range of difficulties including depression, anxiety, disordered sleep and stress and change their daily suffering into a happier, engaged life. Some of her professional activities include:

2010: Lecture for the Australian Leadership Award Fellowship. Diploma in Child Health, International Postgraduate Paediatric Certificate, The Children's Hospital at Westmead. The University of Sydney.

2010: The perception of pain. Invited article, first edition, Pain Management in General Practice, Health Publishing Australia, pp 32-33.

2008: One-day mindfulness meditation training workshop for Allied Health Professionals: Northside Clinic, Sydney.

2008: ABC National Radio: Australia Talks: radio interview on meditation & pain management.

2008: One-day introduction to mindfulness meditation: Doctoral students and Faculty members, University of Sydney.

2007: Meditation: Panel presentation: Clinical applications of meditation. 3rd Annual Conference, Mind and its Potential, Sydney.

2006: Acceptance and Commitment Therapy for Chronic Pain: 29th Australian Association of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy National Conference, Sydney.

2005: Being present for Pain. International Association for the Study of Pain, 11th World Congress, satellite conference, Sydney.

2005: Mindfulness meditation: choosing the balance. Work and Wellness: Australian Society of Rehabilitation Counsellors National Conference. Melbourne.

2004: Mindfulness meditation and cognitive therapy in the management of chronic pain. L Bousfield. Book chapter in M Blows, S Srinivasan & J Blows (Eds). The Relevance of the Wisdom Traditions in Contemporary Society – the challenge to psychology. Delft: Eburon Publishers.

Lynne also teaches 10-day meditation retreats and is a Vipassana Hawaii guiding teacher.

Cost: $375.00

: Registration is required, please register online or call us at +65 64422881.

Location: Oasis
Block 10 Selegie Road #01-50
Singapore 180010
phone +65 6442 2881