Therapy using mindfulness-based approaches
Life is so busy for many of us that often we rush around and don’t stop to notice the world around us, or even notice our thoughts and feelings.
Practising mindfulness means becoming more aware of each moment, as it happens, and can be useful for engaging with the whole of oneself, ‘mind, body & soul’.
A number of our therapists practice mindfulness for themselves and increasingly use the integrative, mind-body approach to mindfulness in their therapy sessions to help you:
- Slow down and be ‘in the moment’
- Listen in a more profound, direct way to what is happening inside and outside of yourself, moment by moment
- Benefit from a ‘healing’ effect, even when you are not speaking to your therapist.