About Us

Welcome to the Mindfulness-based approaches e-handbook.  Inside you will find the information to support you when developing and running mindfulness-based courses, as well as resources for participants on an 8 week mindfulness-based course, in particular MBCT.   

This handbook is divided in to three areas:

  1. Information for people with a general interest in, or wanting to refer someone to a course. 
  2. Information for people developing and running courses within the NHS.
  3. Information for individuals participating in a course.

Each part of this handbook contains resources, contact information, links to relevant documents and podcasts as well as news about upcoming events.

Part 2 and 3 also contain handouts for MBCT and audio recordings.

The resources in part 2 of this handbook should only be used by clinicians who are adhering to the NES Good Practice Guidelines for mindfulness-based approaches.  It is important that part 3 of this handbook is used only by people who are currently on the NHSGGC MBCT course, or who have completed it.  For these reasons, parts 2 and 3 are password protected.  Please ask your course facilitator or your local NHS Mindfulness Lead for the password.

The e-handbook can be used when you are not connected to the Internet.  The e-handbook can be downloaded to your smart phone, PC or tablet and you can access the resources on the app even when you are not online.  However, links to online resources will not be available when you are offline.  It is important to log on to the app every now and again when you are connected to the Internet to ensure your app gets updated.


Dr Lucy Gamble

Dr Lars Williams

Ms. Shona McQuistan

Ms Charmaine Murray


This website/app (“App”) is intended as a reference source for the guidance of staff. The App was initially intended for use by healthcare professionals working in NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde, legally known as Greater Glasgow Health Board (the “Board”). We are aware..... The App is not intended for use by the general public and should not replace the advice of a healthcare professional. The App includes access to national guidelines.

The content of the App is specific to this Board and it may not be applicable to other local healthcare areas. While the Board endeavours to ensure that the information accessed via the App is correct, the Board does not warrant the accuracy and completeness of the material accessed via the App. The Board may make changes to the App at any time without notice. Some of the material accessed via the App may be out of date, and the Board makes no commitment to update such material. The App is provided “as is”, without any conditions, warranties or other terms of any kind. Accordingly, to the maximum extent permitted by law, the App is made available by the Board on the basis that the Board excludes all representations, warranties, conditions and other terms (including, without limitation, the conditions implied by law of satisfactory quality, fitness for purpose and the use of reasonable care and skill) which, but for this legal notice, might have effect in relation to the App.

User assumes all responsibility for using the information accessed via the App. If the user has health concerns, they should contact a healthcare professional.