Conference 2019 in Edinburgh
The Compassionate Mind Foundation was founded as an international charity in 2006 by Professor Paul Gilbert and colleagues including Drs Deborah Lee, Mary Welford, Chris Irons, Ken Goss, Ian Lowens, Chris Gillespie, Mrs Diane Woollands, Mrs Jean Gilbert and other supporters.
The Compassionate Mind Foundation promotes an evolution and neuroscience informed approach to compassion which now forms the basis of a psychotherapy (Compassion Focused Therapy) and Compassionate Mind Training. The last 10 years have seen an expanding evidence base for both the therapy and Compassionate Mind Training for the alleviation of mental health difficulties and promoting wellbeing. It is now being used internationally in hospitals, prisons, schools and businesses. One of the greatest challenges facing humanity is how to stimulate compassion ways of thinking and problem solving for the benefit of all.More
Compassionate Wishes from Across the Globe
26th March 2019
It was International Mother Language Day on the 21st February. We thought this was the perfect opportunity to reflect on the amazing work done by our international affiliates, friends and colleagues, and celebrate our diversity - it's so exciting to be p...Read More
RT @Derby_HSCRC: Get in touch with HSC Researcher Dr Kirsten McEwan (K.McEwan@derby.ac.uk) if you would like to support this research and i…
As part of research we are offering a free 2hr session of either Forest Bathing (woodland mindfulness), Compassiona… https://t.co/hAAG3rn17T