We passionately believe that supervision is a key way of enabling mindfulness-based teachers to be the best they can be and to do their work with integrity. Supervisor training and ongoing development is vital for anyone who wishes to be a mindfulness-based supervisor.
We have a team of recruited supervisors, who offer individual and group mindfulness-based supervision in the UK and beyond, to support mindfulness-based teachers to deliver their work with the highest levels of integrity.
To view all our supervisors and apply for supervision, visit the Choose A Supervisor page. Please read our Supervision FAQs and watch a short introduction video to find out more about how supervision works.
Our supervisors meet The British Association of Mindfulness-Based Approaches (BAMBA) Good Practice Guidelines for Supervisors and our own requirements. All are deeply experienced mindfulness-based teachers who have had specific training to develop their skills as supervisors. Many also train others at the leading training organisations.
Core past and present members of the Mindfulness Network collaborated on the publication – A Framework for Supervision for Mindfulness-Based Teachers: a Space for Embodied Mutual Inquiry. This framework, used by our supervisors, continues to evolve – see our most recent version.
This framework has been the basis for supervision training offered through Bangor University and the Mindfulness Network. In Chapter 21 of the ‘Essential Resources for Mindfulness Teachers’ book, Alison Evans – our Supervision Lead, has introduced this framework and supervision from the perspective of supervisees.