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 Jeremy Morris BA(Oxon) PGCE MSc


After teaching in a Primary School in South East London, Jeremy trained as an Educational Psychologist. He spent a year studying memory in Autistic children at City University, before taking up an opportunity work in Sydney Australia as a School Counsellor. On returning to the UK Jeremy trained as a Cognitive Behaviour Therapist and was accredited with the BABCP. At the same time, Jeremy developed an interest in Mindfulness, initially training at his local Buddhist Centre in Brighton and undertook an MBSR course. He has since trained at Bangor and developed the MAP programme over the last four years - working in primary and secondary schools. He has taught mindfulness to hundreds of children and incorporates mindfulness into his individual therapy work with children. Jeremy has presented on mindfulness applications for children at the Anna Freud Centre, the British Psychological Society and at UCL. 





 Tim Sweeney


Tim Sweeney is a mental health nurse, accredited CBT therapist and an experienced Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) teacher, trainer and supervisor. He is employed in Nottinghamshire Healthcare Trust as the clinical lead for MBCT. This post involves coordinating and delivering training in MBCT to primary and secondary care staff, who work with people experiencing a diverse range of health problems including depression, anxiety, cancer, chronic pain, psychosis and many more. He is an associate mindfulness teacher with the Oxford Mindfulness Centre and is involved in a number of research projects focusing on mindfulness, including conducting research into the relationship between mindfulness and depression with the University of Nottingham. He has recently finished running an adapted MBCT programme for elite athletes at Loughborough University, and has extensive experience of MBCT teaching and training both in the UK and internationally.