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Sherylin brings her academic learning and background career history in the not-for-profit sector to The BeingWell.

Chartered Psychologist

Dr Sherylin Thompson

Counselling Psychologist Canary Wharf

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. Sherylin has undergone a structured mindfulness teacher training programme through Bangor University and is listed as meeting the criteria set by the UK Network for Mindfulness Based Mindfulness Teachers. Sherylin’s doctoral research pointed to recommendations for mindfulness to help people better manage their emotions. Sherylin is particularly interested in the use of mindfulness for adults who had adversity in their childhoods. Sherylin is currently working with the Oxford Mindfulness Centre as a teacher on their MYRIAD project, the largest randomised control trial on mindfulness in schools.

 

Sherylin has for more than 12 years had a personal mindfulness practice. She has lived in an urban retreat-like setting for three years where mindfulness was embraced as an everyday way of life. Sherylin has also frequented mindfulness retreat centres over the years and has a deep interest in the traditions from which mindfulness comes.

 

Sherylin brings a unique blend of personal practical immersion in mindfulness, academic learning, and background career history in the not-for-profit sector. Sherylin takes a down-to-earth approach in bringing high-quality mindfulness courses to grassroots level as well as to top corporate clients.

 

Originally from South Africa, Sherylin is interested in tackling social inequality. As a psychologist, Sherylin sees good mental health as being fundamental to the development of individuals, families, organisations and society. She enjoys bringing mindfulness to people from a broad range of backgrounds.

 

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Dr Sherylin Thompson is a Chartered Counselling Psychologist and Psychotherapist. Sherylin’s doctoral thesis was on emotion regulation in adults who experienced childhood difficulties. Emotion regulation concerns how a person manages difficult emotions in tough situations. Research shows that some people are more resilient than others. Sherylin believes that emotion regulation helps people withstand hard times and even grow stronger through adversity. Sherylin sees mindfulness as a very effective way to not just manage well through difficulties but to learn and develop.

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Dr Sherylin Thompson

CREDENTIALS

ABOUT

  • Doctorate in Counselling Psychology and Psychotherapy  – Middlesex University

  • Bangor University mindfulness teacher training pathway. This included a specialist Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) and Mindfulness Based Stress reduction training.

  • Follows the standards and best practice guidelines set by the UK Network for Mindfulness Based Teachers and is listed on the Mental Health Foundation website.

  • Bachelor of Arts: Psychology and Communications – University of South Africa

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  • Health & Care Professions Council (HCPC) registered

  • British Psychological Society (BPS) registered Chartered Psychologist

  • United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapists (UKCP) registered

  • British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapists (BACP) Register of Counsellors and Psychotherapists

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