This course is broken into a series of modules and lessons. On each module page you’ll find a table, just like the one below, where you can see the lessons available to you, and access the content.
To get started, simply click on the first lesson in the list.
About The JOY Programme
We are delighted that you have chosen The JOY Programme to support yourself and others in learning the joys of Mindfulness and Compassion, enabling them to flourish.
J.O.Y stands for Just One You and refers to how individuals may feel within an organisation and how important it is to see, hear and support each individual, nurturing and supporting their needs at this time of exhaustion and burnout in this sector. This is done by training learners on the e-course and then Advocates to teach the psycho-education skills, tools and practices of both Mindfulness and Compassion to support the mental and emotional health and wellbeing of employees, their teams and the organisation as a whole.
The Foundation Course
This course has been developed to enable you to build your own personal resilience by becoming familiar with the skills, tools and practices of mindfulness and compassion and will therefore become equipped to begin your training to support others with the JOY Programme.
Senior Partner MindfulnessUK
Head of Teacher Training
JOY Advocates Train-the-Trainer Programme.
There is Just One You and you are valued. We want to support you to stay positive and well and carry-on supporting others
By the end of the programme you will:
- Understand what mindfulness is
- Appreciate the benefits of mindfulness
- Know how to practice mindfulness meditations
- Have learnt how to integrate mindfulness into their life
- Understand what compassion is
- Appreciate the relationship between mindfulness and compassion
- Know how to practice self-compassion meditations
- Have an understanding of the next steps to lead them to commence the JOY programme
Mindfulness is simply being aware of what is happening right now without wishing it were different; enjoying the pleasant without holding on when it changes (which it will); being with the unpleasant without fearing it will always be this way (which it won't). -- James Baraz
Welcome to JOY Foundation Programme
Question 1 .
What does JOY stand for?
J O Y
Can I go to teach others mindfulness and compassion after completing this e-learning?
This course has been developed to enable you to build your own personal resilience by becoming familiar with the skills, tools and practices of mindfulness and compassion.
Can I continue and complete the JOY train-the-trainer programme?
You can move on afterwards to the train-the-trainer programme to develop your skills and learn how to teach others. .