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The Karuna Institute is a non-profit organisation that runs training courses in core process psychotherapy and craniosacral therapy in Widdecombe-on-the-moor, Devon, England. It was founded by Maura Sills and Franklyn Sills.

The institute offers training and professional qualifications in psychotherapy, accredited by the United Kingdom Council of Psychotherapy (one of two independent national accreditation bodies recognised for psychotherapists used by the UK National Health Service), and masters degrees accredited by Middlesex University.

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Karuna Institute site

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