Plymouth Psychology in the Pub talk: Mindfulness by Duncan Moss
  • The Treasury, Catherine Street, Royal Parade, Plymouth PL1 2AD

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Organised by the South West branch of the British Psychological Society.

Speaker: Duncan Moss, Associate Professor of Clinical Psychology, Faculty of Health and Human Sciences, Plymouth University.

Duncan Moss is an Associate Professor in Clinical Psychology at Plymouth University as well as a freelance Mindfulness facilitator in a range of contexts including the NHS - with both staff and service users. 

He was introduced to mindfulness in the Tibetan Buddhist tradition, more than 15 years ago, and since that time has been exploring hopefully simple and accessible ways of bringing mindfulness into contemporary life. He has been involved in a number of qualitative research studies looking at participants’ experiences in practising mindfulness and is particularly interested in linking mindfulness ideas with systemic and social constructionist approaches. 

He is currently exploring ‘Mindful Photography’ as an approach to practice. In relation to this discussion he has recently written a chapter called ‘Missing the Point - The Shy Story of Mindfulness’ in a forthcoming book by Karnac Publications: Outside in/Inside out: Creative Positions in Adult Mental Health

This free event is open to all including BPS members, students and the general public but you're advised that seating is limited and available on a first-come-first-served basis.

The talk starts at 6.15pm and lasts for an hour.

Please note the change of venue to The Treasury. (Page updated 17.12.14)

Please email the BPS (MemberNetworkServices@bps.org.uk) for any queries about this event with the subject heading 'Plymouth Hub Talk'.

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