Intensive Interaction and Mindfulness – Part 3

In the previous two parts of this series I have talked about the attitudes of non-judging, patience, beginner’s mind and trust.  My opinion is that while regular practice in intensive interaction can teach us about these attitudes implicitly, our practice can be...
Intensive Interaction and Mindfulness – Part 2

Intensive Interaction and Mindfulness – Part 2

Last week I wrote about Intensive Interaction in the context of Jon Kabat Zinn’s foundation attitudes of mindfulness.  The first two attitudes were Non-judging and Patience and I explained that I find that these ideas can be helpful in Intensive Interaction...
Intensive Interaction and Mindfulness – Part 1

Intensive Interaction and Mindfulness – Part 1

Mindfulness is an evidence-based approach that is accepted and taught across the UK by organisations such as the NHS.  This post reflects on my experience as a teacher of mindfulness and how this skill can help intensive interaction practice. First I think it would be...