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6 week course
A 6-week course exploring mindfulness and relationships
We spend much of our lives in relation to others, whether it be an intimate partner, family, friends or co-workers. Indeed, we are products of relationships. While our relationships with others can be a source of great joy, they can also be the cause of anxiety and conflict. Wouldn’t it be useful to understand more about how we “do” relationships?
Mindfulness is often taught with a focus on the thoughts, feelings and sensations that we have while sitting in silence on our chairs or cushions, on our own. It can also, however, be a powerful tool for investigating our response to others.
The aim of this course is to use mindfulness practices to enable participants to gain a greater understanding of how they “do” relationships with partners, friends and colleagues. With more understanding can come less stress, more self-compassion and a greater ability to self-regulate.
This course will be facilitated by Craig Delphine. Craig holds a Masters degree in Gestalt Therapy and has been a meditator for many years. He is a certified trainer in Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) and has received training in Mindful Self-compassion.
There is no requirement for participants to have previous experience of mindfulness or meditation.
Home practice will be highly desirable for the duration of the course.
Places are limited to a maximum of 12 participants.
To apply please download, complete and return the application form, below, to
On receipt of your application Craig will arrange a time for a 15-minute telephone intake conversation
Venue/ Gestalt Centre 622-624 Lygon Street North Carlton
Times/ Thursday evenings@ 6.30 – 8.00pm
Dates/ 7th November – 12th December 2019
Cost/ $360 (no concessions available)
Book and Pay
When offered a place in the course the fee of $360 will be invoiced and is to be paid prior to the commencement of the course
Who should attend?
Anyone interested in gaining a greater understanding of themselves and developing their capacity to have more meaningful relationships