|Brief name||Trauma informed mindfulness-based cognitive therapy (TI-MBCT) [58, 59]|
|Why||TI-MBCT addresses the patterns of avoidance, re-experiencing, and reactivity characteristic of people who have experienced DVA with PTSD through the gradual development of skills for managing overwhelm and developing skills for “decentering” from distress|
|What||The manual, mindfulness practices and exercises for TI-MBCT will be developed through the intervention refinement process.|
|Who provided||An experienced mindfulness teacher with expertise in trauma, who is in supervision with a mindfulness-based supervisor with expertise in trauma.|
|How||TI-MBCT delivered in face-to-face groups of up to nine participants|
|Where||A site will be selected which is safe and convenient for both participants and the therapist (e.g., community centre).|
|When and how much||Once a week for eight weeks participants will attend a 2-h session and conduct 45 min of guided home practice.|
|Tailoring||The intervention will be refined to meet the needs of women with DVA trauma with a particular emphasis on establishing a sense of safety from which to turn towards challenging experiences.|
|Modifications||TI-MBCT will be refined during the study based on evidence synthesis from|
1. A literature review on trauma-sensitive adaptations of mindfulness-based interventions
2. Qualitative interviews with women who have experienced DVA (including feasibility trial participants) and professional stakeholders
3. Consensus exercise with “experts by experience” of delivering mindfulness-based interventions to participants who have experienced trauma.
|Therapists’ records will be analysed to measure intervention uptake, retention and dose received.|
Home practice records completed by participants will be analysed to measure dose received.
A standard tool for assessing fidelity of a mindfulness-based intervention  will be adapted to the TI-MBCT course and tested in the feasibility trial.