「マインドフルネス研究」2017年 第2巻 第2号 特集「マインドフルネス認知療法」 実践情報
Japanese Journal of Mindfulness, 2017, Vol. 2, No. 2 Special Issue: Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy Practice News

マインドフルネス認知療法の学び:インクワイアリーとマインドフルネスの体現

家接 哲次 (名古屋経済大学大学院人間生活科学研究科・名古屋経済大学人間生活科学部・名古屋経済大学マインドフルネスセンター)

早期公開:2018年1月6日

Learning of Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy: Inquiry and Embodiment of Mindfulness

Ietsugu Tetsuji Graduate School of Human Life Sciences, Faculty of Human Life Sciences, Nagoya University of Economics, Meikei Mindfulness Center

Online first published : January 6, 2018

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キーワード:インストラクター,トレーニングリトリート,インクワイアリー,マインドフルネスの体現
Keywords: instructor, training retreat, inquiry, embodiment of mindfulness


要 約
マインドフルネス認知療法に対する関心が高まり様々な書籍が翻訳されているが,どのように実施するのかは書籍だけではわかりにくい。本稿では,筆者のオックスフォードおよびフォーラム2016での学びを紹介する。

Abstract
Interest in Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) has been increasing among professionals in Japan, and various books about it have been translated into Japanese. However, it is difficult to understand how to teach MBCT by just reading books. In the first half of this article, training at the Oxford Mindfulness Centre was shown. Especially, the content of a Six-Day Training Retreat was detailed. In the second half, teachings from Dr. Mark Williams at the Mindfulness Forum 2016 were presented, focusing on the inquiry and embodiment of mindfulness. Even though the importance of these two points are stressed by the developers of MBCT (Segal, Williams, & Teasdale, 2012), it may be difficult to understand for those who have never had the opportunity for observation. The majority of participants at the Forum could directly observe and learn from Dr. Mark Williams.