Mindfulness-Based Therapy

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Mindfulness-based Therapy can help you assemble your thoughts and 

find calm and balance. With the help and guidance of our experienced therapists, you will develop mindfulness skills that significantly reduce stress, anxiety, and overpowering emotions.

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Mindfulness, from a therapeutic and secular perspective is a conscious awareness of our present moment. This includes being open and non-judgmental about the experience. It is often combined with other types of therapy, such as cognitive-based therapy (CBT), dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT), or acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT).

Mindfulness-based therapy focuses on increasing our awareness of thoughts, feelings and actions that hinder our progress. When we are better able to do this, we can engage with these aspects of ourselves, learn to adjust our language and choose how to respond.

Many studies prove the vital influence of mindfulness on our lives.

Mindfulness therapy is a type of psychotherapy that involves cultivating a non-judgmental awareness of the present moment.

Practicing mindfulness can be beneficial in several ways, including:

  • Reducing stress and anxiety: Mindfulness can help people reduce stress and anxiety by helping them stay present in the moment instead of worrying about the future or thinking about the past.
  • Improved emotional regulation: By developing greater awareness of their emotions, people can better regulate their emotions and respond to difficult situations more adaptively.
  • Improving attention and focus: Practicing mindfulness can help people develop greater attention and focus, which can be beneficial in many areas of life, including work and school.
  • Increased self-awareness: Practicing mindfulness can help people become more aware of their thoughts, feelings, and physical sensations. This increased self-awareness can help people better understand their own behaviors and patterns, leading to greater self-insight and personal growth.
  • Improved overall well-being: Research suggests that practicing mindfulness can have a positive effect on overall well-being, including reducing symptoms of depression, improving sleep quality, and improving overall life satisfaction.

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