There are many excellent mindfulness centres and resources. The links below are just a few examples:
www.mbct.co.uk - This is a website providing excellent all round information about MBCT.
www.mindfulexperience.org - This excellent site is a resource of key publications, measures and resources that a researcher or someone wanting to find all the latest publications might find invaluable.
www.bemindful.co.uk - This is a recent website put up by the Mental Health Foundation that is a wealth of resources: podcasts with Mark Williams, one of MBCT’s developers, GPs and service users familiar with MBCT, overviews of the research and a directory of MBCT groups.
www.mindandlife.org - Mind and Life is an organization bridging between science (particularly cognitive science and neuroscience) and Buddhism. The Dalai Lama is a central figure.
www.umassmed.edu/cfm - The Center for Mindfulness in Medicine, Health Care, and Society is dedicated to furthering the practice and integration of mindfulness in the lives of individuals, institutions, and society through a wide range of clinical, research, education, and outreach initiatives in the public and private sector.
oxfordmindfulness.org - The Oxford Mindfulness Centre is a UK based charity working with partners around the world to prevent depression and enhance human potential through the therapeutic use of mindfulness. It supports an international centre of excellence within Oxford University for research into the effectiveness of mindfulness, the development of mindfulness programmes for therapy and promotes the use of mindfulness in everyday life.
www.bangor.ac.uk/mindfulness/ - The North Wales Centre for Mindfulness Research and Practice aims to alleviate the effects of ill health and encourage well being by promoting the practice of mindfulness.
www.gaiahouse.co.uk - Gaia House offers Insight Meditation (known as Vipassana in the Buddhist tradition) and Zen Retreats throughout the year. The Centre provides comprehensive Dharma (Buddhist) teachings and spiritual practices to realize wisdom and compassion in daily life.
www.dharmaseed.org/news - This is a repository of talks by mindfulness teachers, many of whom first brought the ideas that informed MBSR and latterly MBCT to the West. Dharma teachers who have informed MBSR and MBCT include Christina Feldman, Joseph Goldestein and Jack Kornfeld. Other recommended talks are by John Teasdale, Catherine McGee and Tara Brach.