Author Archives: Tim Segaller

‘Find Your Way’ – coaching and mindfulness in South Kilburn

FIND YOUR WAY A programme for anyone in and around South Kilburn who wants something to change or improve in their lives and needs some help to make it happen. understand yourself and your mind cope better with day‐to‐day life … Continue reading

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The mindful tube

Lovely quote for the day at Archway tube station yesterday. Wouldn’t it be wonderful to have a mindfulness on the tube campaign? Could make the commuting experience something completely different…

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Mindful coaching

Rising Minds is fortunate to be associated with the award-winning journalist and coach Liz Hall whose book Mindful Coaching is published this week.  The book explains how mindfulness can be integrated into coaching to help with a host of challenges … Continue reading

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Ministerial mindfulness

Delighted to read this interview (http://www.guardian.co.uk/lifeandstyle/2013/apr/07/zen-buddhism-nhs?INTCMP=SRCH) in The Guardian with Jon Kabat-Zinn – the ‘forefather’ of Mindfulness Based Approaches (MBAs) for health. What is particularly heartening is that he is being listened to – seriously, it would seem – by … Continue reading

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The stress of a cancer scare may last years

Coaching and mindfulness both have a role to play in helping to handle the stress that accompanies physical health problems. The stress of a cancer scare may last years according to a new study reported in the New York Times. … Continue reading

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Meditation not medication

Anti-depressant use in Gloucestershire has gone up by 45% in the last four years. While anti-depressant medication can help people get out of a temporary ‘hole’, it need not be the long-way term solution to stay mentally well. This is … Continue reading

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Sport in school to be applauded…but what about mindfulness?

Great to see the government recognising the vital need for physical fitness and wellbeing in young children, through an injection of cash into sport in primary schools. But I’d love to see the government also invest in basic mental wellbeing in schools, through … Continue reading

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