Mindfulness Teacher, trainer and writer
Christopher Dines trains employers, employees and self-referrals (psychotherapists, social workers, counsellors and medical doctors) to amplify emotional intelligence, emotional resilience and mindfulness in the workplace. He has led mindfulness meditation workshops for Public Health England (PHE Cambridge), Home Group UK (social enterprise housing association), The Recovery Evolution Festival (Suffolk, UK), the Recovery Hub Drug & Alcohol Rehab (Ipswich, UK), East Coast Recovery Drug and Alcohol Rehab (Suffolk, UK), Rekindling Drug and Alcohol Rehab (Luton, UK), EMI Wealth London (Canary Wharf), wealth management and sales offices, and runs private Mindfulness Burnout Prevention (MBP) courses for professionals at Neal’s Yard, Covent Garden and Chelsea, London.
Christopher has facilitated weekly mindfulness classes in Hampstead and Bond Street, London. He has led dialogues/Q&As with medical students from the University of East Anglia (UEA) with regard to alcohol addiction, process addiction and mindfulness.
Christopher is the author of six books. His most popular books are “Mindfulness Meditation: Bringing Mindfulness into Everyday Life”, “Mindfulness Burnout Prevention: An 8-Week Course for Professionals.” Dines has co-authored “The Kindness Habit: Transforming our Relationship to Addictive Behaviours,” with Dr Barbara Mariposa. Three times #1 New York Times bestseller, the late John Bradshaw, has written the foreword. Christopher Dines blogs for The Huffington Post UK.