Affiliate Organisations

MiSP is pleased to collaborate with a growing list of organisations to help to support each other to bring mindfulness to young people and those who care for them.
iBme-Logo-onlyInward Bound Mindfulness Education (iBme)www.ibme.info
MiSP and iBme are in regular contact and share the vision of retreats for young people during their school holidays. MiSP see iBme as leaders and pioneers in this field.
ncb-logoNational Children’s Bureauwww.ncb.org.uk
The National Children’s Bureau (NCB) has supported MiSP from the very beginning, advising us on how to navigate the complex area of public policy for the benefit of young people.
oxford-mind-logoOxford Mindfulness Centrewww.oxfordmindfulness.org
MiSP is working closely to support the OMC in their role in ‘Myriad’ researching the impact of mindfulness on the mental resilience of young people. MiSP’s .b. curriculum is at the core of the study.
cambridge-web-logoUniversity of Cambridge Well-being Institutewww.cambridgewellbeing.org
Professor Felicia Huppert, formally of the University of Cambridge Well-being Institute, was one of the catalysts for the creation of MiSP in 2007, researching the very earliest version of what grew to become .b.
ucsd-mindfulness-logoUniversity of California San Diego Center for Mindfulnesshealth.ucsd.edu
University of California San Diego Center for Mindfulness hosted the first west coast training of .b in 2013.
exeter-logo-webUniversity of Exeter – Mood Disorders Centrewww.exeter.ac.uk
The University of Exeter has been a strong supporter of research projects into the efficacy of MiSP curricula in educational contexts.
mindfulness-associationMindfulness Associationwww.mindfulnessassociation.org
GTCSwww.gtcs.org.uk
Aberdeen University has worked in collaboration with MiSP, the Mindfulness Association and Youth Mindfulness to develop a programme whereby teachers who train on the programme are awarded Professional Recognition as a Teacher of Mindfulness with the General Teaching Council for Scotland (GTCS).
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