Peter Morgan, Clinical Psychologist and Mindfulness Teacher, UK
Peter established The Free Mindfulness Project after finding it difficult to track down mindfulness resources that could be freely used and distributed. He has been surprised by the level of interest from across the world and, spurred on by the kind words of those who have benefited from the resources provided, he is keen to continue to develop this project further.
Peter spends most of his working life in the NHS,
providing individual and group-based interventions for people who experience a range of mental health issues. He has used mindfulness as part of this work for many years and in a range of settings. Currently he facilitates mindfulness-based courses for adults who experience depression, anxiety, stress or physical health problems and for staff in various organisations to reduce stress and increase well-being.
Peter accepts enquiries about corporate or private work through a separate site here.
Morgan, P., Simpson, J., & Smith, A. (2014). Health Care Workers’ Experiences of Mindfulness Training: a Qualitative Review. Mindfulness, 1-15, doi:10.1007/s12671-014-0313-3.
What is the purpose of this website?
The Free Mindfulness Project has been created to develop a collection of free to download mindfulness-based exercises in a centralized location. The spirit of this project is one of openness and compassion, encouraging the sharing of resources with the wider community.
Who can contribute to the resources available?
Contributions are welcome from experienced mindfulness teachers who have recorded mindfulness-based exercises and can give permission for them to be shared and reproduced without restriction. You may choose how much information to include with your contribution, e.g. name, profession, approach, website etc.
Does the website make money for the owner (or intend to in the future)?
The website is non-commercial and running costs are supported by the website creator. In July 2014 the option of providing donations towards running costs has been added, and funds that are received will be used to support the project further.
Does the site collect any personal details or other information?
We use Google Analytics to track and report on website traffic to give us an idea of how the site is being used. This provides information on how many people are accessing the site, and details such as whether people are using PCs or mobiles and what city people are based in. We don't have access to or collect personal details linked to individuals such as names, date of birth etc.
If you have any questions which are not answered here or you have and comments or feedback you are always welcome to contact us.