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Nigel Wellings

Nigel Wellings is a psychoanalytic psychotherapist who works within a contemplative perspective. Initially training with AGIP he later became a member of the AIP and has also served as a Director of Training at the Centre for Transpersonal Psychology. Presently he is a founder member of The Forum for Contemplative Studies and a facilitator on the Bath and Bristol Mindfulness Courses. With Elizabeth McCormick he has published several books including Nothing To Lose, Psychotherapy, Buddhism and Living Life. Presently he is researching why we find it so hard to meditate.


Websites
Forum for Contemplative Studies
www.contemplativeforum.co.uk

Mindfulness and Psychotherapy
www.mindfulness-psychotherapy.co.uk

The Bath and Bristol Mindfulness Courses
www.bath-bristol-mindfulness-courses.co.uk


Past and present Confer events
Mindfulness, Resilience and Harmony
A 6-Day Summer School-Retreat for Practitioners

Sunday 14 July - Friday 19 July 2013

Spiritual Narratives in Psychological Therapies III
Saturday 16 and Sunday 17 October 2010

Spiritual Narratives and Psychological Therapies II
Friday 30 & Saturday 31 May 2008







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Bodywise: weaving somatic psychotherapy, ecodharma and the Buddha in everyday life
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