We do mindfulness science

to help shape the next generation of mindfulness research, practice, and policy.

Our key aims are to

Develop

Explore

Explore the opportunities and limitations of mindfulness initiatives in innovative settings to advance theory and debate.

Explore

Inspire

Inspire new ideas to help widen access to mindfulness science for a broader and more diverse range of populations.

Evaluate

Share

Share knowledge about evidence-based mindfulness programmes  with a particular emphasis on examining how and when they may benefit society.

About CEMR

Find out how we are achieving these aims by exploring our different research themes:

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Mindfulness at City

@MindfulnessCity

Essential reading: New #Mindfulness paper for successful collective action by brill @JamieBristow and @bellrosie - https://t.co/hzZOwW3pSz #CityMindful @CityUniLondon @City_OrgPsych @juttko

Sep 15

Mindfulness at City

@MindfulnessCity

Congratulations to City PhD student @SteffFarrar who successfully defended her PhD thesis today - ‘The effect of Priming and Mindfulness on Food Choice and Decision Making’. Well done Steff!! 🤗

Sep 11

Mindfulness at City

@MindfulnessCity

Our lunchtime #mindfulness dropins are back, every Mon/Wed/Fri from 12:30-13:00UK-“Thoroughly enjoyed these sessions. Oasis of calm in the middle of the day”. All welcome; more info: https://t.co/mbSizoLBjB #CityMindful @CityUniLondon @custudentcentre @CityUniPsych @City_OrgPsych https://t.co/kNJLxwyE3D

Sep 09

Mindfulness at City

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Great HBR blog by our great @MindfulnessCity friend @mindfulnessguy and @MeganReitz1, advocating for collective mindfulness https://t.co/SWT2PkhmVV #CityMindful @CityUniLondon @City_OrgPsych

Aug 21

Mindfulness at City

@MindfulnessCity

Well done to our brilliant PhD student, Steff Farrar, who has just published her first paper on mindfulness and rationality. You can find a copy here: https://t.co/veMSkQLVpV

Aug 12

Mindfulness at City

@MindfulnessCity

City University stands tall against unfair Police harassment against one of our own and his 13 year old son, because their skin is dark. We all must speak up against this. #Blacklivesmatter https://t.co/a80pOXUV6l

Jul 03

Mindfulness at City

@MindfulnessCity

Lovely intro to #mindfulnless by our own @CityUniLondon Organisational Development lead Ailbhe Lynch - and a link to our 3xweekly lunchtime dropin sessions, open to all: https://t.co/je24ftbO6U #CityMindful @CityUniPsych @City_OrgPsych

Jun 19

Mindfulness at City

@MindfulnessCity

RT @juttko: Our lunchtime #mindfulness drop-ins have now gone public via Zoom. All are welcome! Join us any Mon/Wed/Fri except Bank Hols fr…

Jun 01

Mindfulness at City

@MindfulnessCity

Brilliant publication news led by our own Dr Seb Gaigg @cityarg: Widely available online mindfulness tools reduce #anxiety in #autistic adults through self-guided #mindfulness and cognitive behavioural practices @MindfulnessCity #CityMindful @CityUniLondon @CityUniPsych https://t.co/lPhxQZ5zJM

Apr 29

Mindfulness at City

@MindfulnessCity

Who else feels this new stressor? "I notice pressure to make the most out of lockdown time: learn a language/write a book/paint"... Great sharing during our #mindfulness lunchtime dropin. Join us every Mon/Wed/Fri from 1230-1300 https://t.co/3Q6w6rvwZz #CityMindful @CityUniLondon https://t.co/LdhBiKggWY

Apr 20

For further information on the Centre please contact either
Jutta: Jutta.Tobias-Mortlock@city.ac.uk or Trudi: Trudi.Edginton@city.ac.uk