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The Student Guide to Mindfulness
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The Student Guide to Mindfulness

  • David Mair - Independent Psychotherapist and Editor
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September 2019 | 184 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
Do you want to:

  • Learn how to embed mindfulness in your everyday life?
  • Understand how to manage feelings of anxiety or depression? 
  • Find a healthy balance between course work, job and social life?
  • Face the future with a positive attitude?

More than ever students are reporting high levels of stress, depression and loneliness while at university – so looking after your mental wellbeing is just as important as academic preparation. 

This book provides grounded guidance on how mindfulness can be used to cope with the main sources of anxiety while you are completing your studies, so you can find balance and make the most of student life.  Combined with practical and recorded mindfulness exercises, learn how to master techniques and tools to reconnect with the present and yourself, and approach life at uni in a stress-free way.

 
Chapter 1: Mindfulness and its benefits
 
Chapter 2: Mindfulness and the brain
 
Chapter 3: Mindfulness: formal and informal
 
Chapter 4: Mindfulness and self-compassion
 
Chapter 5: Mindfulness and depression
 
Chapter 6: Mindfulness and perfectionism
 
Chapter 7: Mindfulness and anxiety
 
Chapter 8: Mindfulness and procrastination
 
Chapter 9: Mindfulness and self-care
 
Chapter 10: Mindfulness and the future

ADOPTED AS PART OF STUDENT WELLBEING MODULE

Ms Stephanie Darke
University Centre, Doncaster, Doncaster College And University Centre
February 17, 2020
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Sample Materials & Chapters

Chapter 1: Mindfulness and its benefits