John Julian offers a broad range of counselling and therapy methods to assist people to regain their emotional health and /or to live a more mindful, kind and compassionate life. He does this in groups through the Mindful Self-Compassion programs. He does this in one to one work through CBT and psychotherapy, as well as the composite therapy known as Compassion-Focused Therapy (CFT), alongside training in mindfulness and compassion.
For the new on-line courses which currently now replace other courses due to the COVID 19 issues and need for health safety and social distancingyou can use these links to book:
John is a clinical social worker with over 40 years experience. Trained in Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) at Monash University in 2005, he then went on to learn Mindfulness-based Stress Reduction (MBSR) by Jon Kabat-Zinn in 2006. His passion really took off with Mindful Self-Compassion (MSC) and he is now trained as a certified teacher by the University of California San Diego Medical School, USA. He is also one of the authors of several peer reviewed papers on Occupational Mindfulness and another on MSC and cancer. John discovered meditation and mindfulness over 30 years ago, originally through various Buddhist schools in order to work with his own anxiety, but now teaches mindfulness and compassion in a secular and practical way, both in groups and one-to-one through Medicare and my private practice .
John has taught meditation for over 20 years, having been asked to teach friends in 1997 and being formally taught Shamantha meditation in the Tibetan tradition in 1998. Shamantha means “peaceful abiding” or “tranquility.” Since then John was taught MBSR in a program by the creators of that style and is now also senior certified Mindful Self-Compassion teacher having been invited to attend the inaugral training program by its creators, Kristin Neff and Christopher Germer, in 2014.
You can contact John on email@example.com or on his mobile 0439 901 795
John provides mindfulness and self-compassion training, as well as one to one counselling, in Tecoma on a Tuesday and in Korumburra in South Gippsland at other times during the week. Regular introductory programs are offered. These now include the new 6-week brief courses (1 hour per week) on self-compassion, 8-week groups on MBSR/MBCT and Mindful Self-Compassion (MSC), day retreats and five-day intensive Mindful Self- Compassion retreats.
Newly available as two new short courses/interventions: Self-Compassion Training for Healthcare Communities (SCHC), and the Short Course - Mindful Self-Compassion Both are six by one-hour sessions.