16 Guidelines features in a peer-reviewed publication

We are delighted to be able to share with all readers the recently published article from this peer-reviewed academic publication below:

“Developing a Mindful Moral Compass: embodying ethics for mindfulness trained practitioners”

This special edition of the IJP focuses on mindfulness and psychotherapy. In essence, the article discusses the rationale for using the 16 Guidelines as a basis for the Ethics Through Mindfulness course that is part of the Applied Mindfulness Meditation Certificate Programme at the University of Toronto.

It comes as a result of the work that Dekyi-Lee Oldershaw, Craig Mackie, Michele Chaban and many others have successfully undertaken to integrate the 16 Guidelines into the academic setting at the University of Toronto.
Congratulations to all of them for this endorsement.