mindfulness in practice part b

(includes professional development hours certificate)


“The quality of our thinking determines the quality of our brain architecture and the resultant quality of our mental and physical health.”
Dr Caroline Leaf

Current research shows that the practical application of neuroscience principles and mindfulness practices in therapy enhances positive psychological change and growth. Mindfulness trains our ‘mind’ to harness our ‘brain’s’ natural capacity for neurological re-structuring. The data is so compelling we can no longer ignore it.

Learning how to harness the restructuring capacities of the brain is the new wave of therapy.

Have you completed a ‘Mindfulness in Practice’ Part A and want to deepen your knowledge and extend your practical application – we invite you to our next training days.

This course will focus on developing a toolbox of knowledge and skills to use in your workplace, or for personal growth. We will build on the previously learned foundational components, from ‘Mindfulness in Practice’ – Part A.

who should attend

This course is for those wanting to consolidate and expand on previous training from ‘Mindfulness in Practice’ – Part A

what you can expect

We provide a safe, nurturing and stimulating environment where you can explore be curious and learn. We will give ample time for you to practice and experience the principals and process of the mindfulness-based, integrative modality, IFnT.
The course will be taught by the founder and developer of the modality, Pauline Skeates and co-facilitated by the therapist, Sandy Fabrin.


One full Saturday per month, over 3 months. September 14th, October 19th, November 23rd 2019


Insight Counselling 83 Ivanhoe Road, Grey Lynn


$190 + gst per day


Pauline Skeates & Sandy Fabrin

course overview

Review of the main model – Insight Focused NeuroTherapy
Refined mindfulness skills – attunement, resonance, presence and timing
Reduction of Fear and the Softening of Defenses + Pathways to change and new growth
Neuropeptides – emotions stored in the body
Epigenetics – environmental influence on genetic expression
Integrating other therapeutic models – Child within, metaphor, drawing, parts, family systems, gestalt, body, insight, creativity, language, spaces, CBT, Focusing
Assessment + Mapping and Tracking
Awareness wheel + access points for therapy
Memory consolidation
Integration and wholeness as a model of wellbeing

mindfulness in practice part b registration

“The IFT course run by the team at Insight International has given me a lot of theory and useful techniques that have changed both my personal life and how I work with clients. I enjoyed the combination of theory and exercises which allow for experiential learning. The course is held in a lovely location and presented in a clear manner. I highly recommend this course.”
Dr Chantal Hofstee Clinical Psychologist

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Lunch, morning & afternoon
tea provided.
10% discount if you pay in full

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