Weekly Update 7th October

Weekly Update 7th October

Welcome to this week’s update: a summary of everything we’ve shared on social media throughout the week.


Join us in Oxford later this month for an opportunity to reconnect with trainers and fellow trainees.

Along with talks, interactive discussions and an optional guided walk, there will also be a Day of Practice held on Saturday with teachers Chris Cullen and Alison Yiangou to give you an opportunity to deepen your practice.


Ahead of the forthcoming reminder, here is the daily sit schedule for the week commencing 9th October 2023. To register, click on the button below. If you have already signed up to our daily sits, keynotes, or social evenings, there is no need to register again, we use the same zoom link for all these sessions (please do check your spam folder if you have recently registered and not received the link). Please reuse the link given to you on your first registration for each future session.


A huge thank you to Susan Bögels for joining us as our guest speaker earlier this week and to all who attended the event.

If you weren’t able to join us live, you can still access the podcast episode of the event and listen to Susan share more about these neurodevelopmental conditions and how mindfulness can help people who live with ADHD or autism. You can access the podcast (and previous episodes) using clicking the photo or by searching for ‘Oxford Mindfulness Foundation podcast’.



If you are a professional working with (adult) clients with autism or ADHD and/or a professional who provides mindfulness training and wants to learn more about mindfulness for adults with autism or ADHD, join us for 2 x 3-hour workshops ‘Mindfulness for adults with autism or ADHD: What’s new?’ with professor, psychotherapist and mindfulness trainer Susan Bögels.

Key learning outcomes include understanding of autism and ADHD from an attention and information processing perspective, understanding whether and how mindfulness can help adults with autism and ADHD and learning the adaptations in mindfulness training (psycho-education, meditations and yoga, inquiry, homework, group process) to meet the needs of this population, and use their strengths.