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  • Mindfulness-Based Therapy

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    The use of mindfulness, meditative, focus, intent, and even guided meditations is empirically studied for many years for depression and anxiety and can have amazing results for those who wish to start a practice.

    A cultivation of a mindfulness lifestyle and approach to life changes many things for the individual and their relationships. Having meditated since age eight, I try to model the meditative and mindful approach to life and teach from the many models I have trained throughout the years with an eye on cognitive and behavior change for each client.

    Not everyone can sit and meditate. Did you know there are walking, running, and many kinds of moving meditation? Tai Chi, Chi Gong, yoga, and many other methods can use meditation passively or actively to increase one’s exercise as well as adding joy and progress for bouts of depression or anxiety.

    What does Mindfulness help with?

    • Depression and anxiety
    • Low mood and negative thoughts
    • Body sensations such as weariness and sluggishness

    If you can relate to any of the above issues, mindfulness-based therapy may be right for you. Mindfulness helps people separate themselves from their thoughts and moods, and teaches them how to recognize their sense of being. It also aims to give participants the necessary tools to combat depressive symptoms as they arise.

    Evidence indicates that mindfulness-based therapy may reduce the rate of depressive. If you or someone you know may benefit from mindfulness-based therapy, please contact me. I would be happy to speak with you about how I may be able to help.