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Preventative Mental Health & Mindfulness Specialist

Dr Meera JoshiDr Joshi is an Oxford-trained mindfulness teacher specialising in preventative mental health.

Dr Joshi is a medical doctor and mindfulness specialist with a particular interest in building mental resilience in adults. She trained as a doctor at the University of Oxford where she majored in neuroscience.

Whilst working in psychiatry in Oxford Dr Joshi discovered Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) as an effective evidence-based tool for preventing mental health issues. She first learnt MBCT at the Oxford Mindfulness Centre (OMC)- the centre responsible for the conception and development of MBCT. The OMC is part of the University of Oxford, a world-renowned centre for excellence in research. Dr Joshi has since trained to teach mindfulness in a variety of settings including the workplace and the clinic.

Dr Joshi advises corporations and institutions on preventative mental health strategies. She is passionate
about encouraging discussion around mental health and promoting mental resilience. She teaches
mindfulness in group settings and individually. Dr Joshi is a Mindfulness expert for BUPA UK and is based
at the University of Oxford Mindfulness Centre, where she is continuing her specialism in mindfulness and
a Masters degree in Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy.

What is mindfulness?

Supported by international scientific analysis, mindfulness is a learnt practice that empowers individuals to improve their mental wellbeing. Mindfulness encourages the cultivation of present moment awareness which results in positive psychological outcomes (happiness, compassion, concentration) and increased mental resilience (ability to cope with stress).

Learning mindfulness is much like going to the gym, but for your mind. Regular practice trains your mind to respond to stressful situations in a balanced manner. In the longer-term, mindfulness has been shown to increase happiness and reduce levels of burnout.

Who is it for?

Mindfulness is a useful skill for anyone that has experienced stress at work or in their daily life. In particular, mindfulness can be useful in:

  • Insomnia
  • Poor concentration
  • Stress due to work
  • Strained relationships
  • Anxiety
  • Depression

How do I learn it?

Mindfulness is best learnt in a course setting. Books and apps are a good starting point, but the skill is best learnt directly from a teacher. A useful book (and the set text for many mindfulness courses) is ‘Finding Peace in a Frantic World’ by Mark Williams.

  • Mindfulness Courses:

    Mindfulness For Beginners 6 week courses, at The Smart Clinics, South Kensington. For more information please call 0207 052 0070.

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