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Dr. Bronwen Rees

Biography

  • UKCP-accredited psychotherapist (MA Mindfulness-based Core Process Psychotherapy
  • Spiritual teacher/writer/researcher
  • Certificate completion in Somatic Trauma Therapy,
  •  Diploma Foundation Training in Kum Nye
  •  Member Triratna Buddhist Order
  • Founder East West Sanctuary, Centre for Contemplative Inquiry, Hungary
  • External examiner, Karuna Institute, Devon, UK
  • Formerly, Director of Centre for Transformational Management Practice, Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge UK (Ph.d, Management Science)

Bronwen has over 30 years of work experience as writer, researcher and lecturer, and has practised as a mindfulness-based core process therapist for ten years both in the UK and Hungary, where she has founded the East West Sanctuary, Centre of Contemplative Inquiry near Budapest, Hungary.

She regularly leads retreats and workshops in the UK, Hungary, Tenerife and Thailand and has developed courses/training in contemplative psychotherapy, meditation and ethical inquiry for young people, and those in business. She has published widely in these different areas.

Bronwen draws upon a range of both Eastern and Western healing approaches, including Buddhism, Western developmental models, body psychotherapy and archetypal Jungian approaches depending on which feel appropriate in the different contexts in which she works. She also has a philosophical and practical interest in Western hermetic approaches and findings in new science which she brings to the work, and has given talks throughout the world and published in these areas.

Bronwen has been an ordained member of the Triratna Buddhist Order (formerly Western Buddhist Order) for 10 years. She has undergone Kum Nye Tibetan yoga training with Maura Sills in Devon.

She was the Director of the Centre for Transformational Management Practice in Anglia Ruskin University leading a team of researchers in exploring ethical ways of building business by using mindfulness technques. As part of this she has created the pioneering journal ‘Interconnections’ which breaks new ground in ethical methods for business and which has a growing international readership.

She has two grown-up children and two grand dogs.

Bronwen  graduated from the Karuna Institute in Devon, and abides by their Codes of Ethics and Conduct. Mindfulness-based Core Process Psychotherapy is a UKCP-registered training and has been established for over 25 years.

For further information please visit Bronwen’s website:

www.incubatio.co.uk


To contact this candidate email bronwen@jadepathway.com

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