Dr. Timothy Sahaja Davis DEdPsy, MSc, PGCE, BA (Hons),
Lecturer in Educational Psychology
Tel: (+44) (0)114 222 8107
I am a long term teacher and practitioner of mindfulness which has been a theme for much of my research to date. I have been involved in a number of projects exploring the application of mindfulness in schools. Currently my primary interests lie in exploring alternatives to how mindfulness is predominantly understood by education and health professionals in Europe and North America. I am also interested in the potential for mindfulness to offer embodied ontological change for professionals and academics that may support their adopted positions. These areas are primarily explored through phenomenology and critical psychology and the methodological approaches of Interpretive Phenomenological Analysis and Bracketing.
Davis. T Sahaja (forthcoming) ‘Mindfulness conversations’ in ‘Critical Educational Psychology’ Williams, A. Wiley Publications
Davis, T. S. (2012). Mindfulness-Based Approaches and their potential for educational psychology practice. Educational psychology in practice, 28(1), 31-46.
Davis, T. S. (2013). A Literature Review Exploring the Potential of Mindfulness as a Tool to Develop Skills and Qualities for Effective Consultation. Mindfulness, 1-13.