DR SHERYLIN THOMPSONPSYCHOLOGIST & MINDFULNESS TEACHER
Sherylin blends her psychology background with her vision for helping societal structures be more psychologically healthy places to live and work in. Sherylin has been selected by Oxford University’s Mindfulness Centre to teach on their MYRIAD trial, the largest radomised control trial in the work on mindfulness in schools.
- MINDFULNESS CREDENTIALS
- ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS
- PERSONAL PRACTICE
- UNIQUE SKILL SET
- Registered with the UK Network for Mindfulness-Based Teachers
Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy specialist training – Bangor University
Mindfulness Teacher Training Levels 1 & 2 – Bangor University
Teaching mindfulness in the workplace – The Mindfulness Exchange
Introduction to Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction, MBSR – Michael Chaskalson
- ACT (Acceptance & Commitment Therapy) foundation & intermediate training – Present Mind / TIR
- Selected to teach on the largest radomised control trial (Oxford University’s MYRIAD Project) on mindfulness in schools.
Doctorate in Counselling Psychology and Psychotherapy – Middlesex University
Diploma in Integrative Psychotherapy – Metanoia Institute / UKCP accredited course
Graduation Diploma in Psychology – University of East London
- NCFE in Person-Centred Counselling – BACP accredited course
Bachelor of Arts: Psychology and Communications –Communications – University of South Africa
HCPC registered: The title “Counselling Psychologist” can only be used by those registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC), an independent regulator set up by the Health and Social Work Professions Order 2001. The HCPC only registers people who meet the standards it sets for training, professional skills, behaviour and health.
Chartered Psychologist: Chartered psychologist status with the British Psychological Society (BPS) reflects the highest standard of psychological knowledge and expertise. Chartered Psychologist status is the BPS gold standard, demonstrating a commitment to professional development and high ethical standards of practice, teaching and research. Chartered psychologists are entitled to use the designation ‘CPsychol’.
UKCP registered: The United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapists (UKCP) holds national registers of psychotherapists, listing those practitioners who meet exacting standards and training requirements. This includes meeting established standards of professional practice as well as abiding by the UKCP’s Code of Ethics and requirements for continued professional development.
BACP Register of Counsellors and Psychotherapists: The British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy register is assessed and accredited under a scheme set up by the Department of Health. It is administered by an independent body, accountable to Parliament, the Professional Standards Authority for Health and Social Care (the Authority).
Sherylin’s doctoral thesis was on emotion regulation and how a person manages difficult emotions in tough situations. Good emotion regulation helps people withstand hard times and even grow stronger through adversity. Sherylin is particularly interested in how mindfulness can build resilience and help people from all walks of life move closer towards leading more fulfilled and contented lives. She will be teaching for the MYRIAD research project being undertaken by Oxford University studying mindfulness in schools.
IN THE NEWS
Sherylin has been featured in the press speaking about mindfulness. Here are some examples:
The Wharf: Mindfulness as mind fitness, Link
City AM: National Stress Awareness Day – Mindfulness tips, Link
Communicate Magazine: Mindfulness at work, Link
Isle of Dogs Life: Mindfulness hosted in East-meets-West garden, Link
The Wharf: Canary Wharf Roof Garden mindfulness event, Link
So Darling: Feature on managing stress with mindfulness, Link
The Big Idea: Mindfulness work mindfulness, Link
BACP / People’s Friend: Mindfulness overview, Link
Resonance FM: How can mindfulness benefit the workplace, Link
Start your Business Magazine: Mindfulness at Work, Link
Startup Donut: Workplace occupational health with mindfulness, Link
The Wharf: Mindfulness consultancy in Canary Wharf, pdf
Docklands and East London Advertiser: The BeingWell & Buy Social Campaign, pdf
The Wharf: The BeingWell’s Social Saturday event, pdf
Optima Magazine: The use of mindfulness ‘shelf help’ books, Link
The Wharf: Mindful New Years’ resolutions, pdf