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Rosalind Pearmain Regent's College, UK

Rosalind teaches on the MA/PGDip and ADIP Courses and is also involved in the Ph.D. programme. She has been involved as an External Examiner to Roehampton, the Minster Centre and Bath Centre for Psychotherapy and Counselling. She has special interests in the challenge of integrative approaches, embodiment and spirituality and qualitative research methodology and reflexivity as a generic process in practice, learning and research. She practises and supervises privately. A long standing practitioner of Sahaj Marg meditation, her doctoral thesis was focused on changes in empathy and perception with meditation. Her current research is focused on transformative interventions for mental health and well being in young people, particularly through a new summer camp LIfebeat programme. Publications include: (2001) Book: The Heart of Listening: Attentional Qualities in Psychotherapy; Continuum Sage (2007) Young People, Spirituality and Mental Health, BPS Transpersonal Psychology Review. (2000)