The Mindfulness Network CIC
CMRP (Centre for Mindfulness Research and Practice, University of Bangor) and in the Breathworks mindfulness approach to managing chronic pain and illness
qualifications and training
Lokadhi has extensive theoretical and experiential training and is a registered member of the British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists (MBACP) whose ethical and professional codes she observes.
She holds postgraduate diplomas in mindfulness-based approaches, for which she studied for five years, and in psychosynthesis counselling. Lokadhi is registered with the UK Network of Mindfulness Teachers and the The Mindfulness Network CIC which uphold the ethical and professional standards in the field. She is also trained in the Breathworks mindfulness approach to managing chronic pain and illness.
In recent years our understanding of the role played by brain and body in relation to emotional problems has increased dramatically. To keep her professional approach fresh, and to support the intuitive development of her work within a clear theoretical framework, she is committed to attending frequent continuing professional development (CPD) courses and retreats.
Lokadhi is in regular supervision with both a psychosynthesis-trained practitioner and a mindfulness supervisor. She is herself trained as a mindfulness supervisor through the Centre of Mindfulness Research and Practice (CMRP), world-leading centre of excellence in this field, and is fully conversant with the NICE (National Institute for Health and Care Excellence) and Bangor/Oxford/Exeter good practice guidelines for the teaching of mindfulness-based approaches.
Before gaining her professional qualifications, she obtained a first class honours degree and MA in Fine Art.