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UK Virtual Skills Events: An Introduction to Trauma-Sensitive Mindfulness with Pilar Puig








For Coaches


£ AC Members £55 + VAT / Non Members £75 + VAT

Hosted by the Assocation for Coaching.

About this Event:

Mindfulness can be an invaluable tool on the journey of healing and self-development. What is not as widely known is that it can also cause harm to traumatised or dysregulated individuals. In this training, which is based on the work of leading expert David Treleaven, we will explore why this is and look at practical tools that can help us guide our clients in safe, trauma-sensitive ways.

The training will introduce some helpful key theoretical frameworks around trauma and nervous system dysregulation, such as the window of tolerance. It will also include trauma-sensitive practices and adaptations that you can begin to incorporate in your coaching practice.

In This Virtual Event You Will Learn:

  • Understand trauma-sensitivity and why it is important
  • Understand the advantages and pitfalls of mindfulness practice for traumatised or dysregulated clients
  • Learn how to identify dysregulation in your clients
  • Practical tools to help you support your clients in a trauma-sensitive way

Speaker Bio

Pilar is a mindfulness teacher based in Barcelona, Spain. She graduated from the Masters in Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) at the University of Oxford in 2020.

Pilar’s struggles with her own nervous system led her to explore the emerging field of trauma-sensitive mindfulness and to work with leading expert in the field David Treleaven, author of Trauma-Sensitive Mindfulness. Before becoming a mindfulness teacher, Pilar worked as a management consultant at the Boston Consulting Group’s London office.

Pilar teaches Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) and Mindfulness for Life (MBCT-L) for the general public in Spanish and in English. She is also a teacher trainer with the Oxford Mindfulness Foundation.

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