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Problems mindfulness therapy can help with
Low self esteem
Work related stress
Every session is bespoke to your own individual needs
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
01. Do you offer support online ?
Yes we do , support can be offered online through Skype, Facebook or Google , so you can recieve support where ever you are in the world as long as you have internet.
02. Who should I contact if I have any queries?
03. What Happens in Therapy?
Our emphasis is on finding solutions that work for you, so that every client can become their own therapist by applying new skills and techniques to old patterns of thinking and behaving.
Initially, your therapist may help you complete a list of your problem (s) that you want to address. Alongside this, you will also develop realistic goals you would like to achieve, these are flexible and constantly under review.
Clients take an active part in therapy and this is what we think makes it so effective. You will plan with your therapist some “therapy tasks” or “homework” between sessions. This could be completing a thought diary or completing an experiment to test rules and assumptions that we start to question or suspect are maintaining your problem.
Therapy can be weekly but will always be tailored to your needs in collaboration with your therapists; sessions are typically 50 minutes.You will be provided with your own personal recording to practice in your own time.
You and your therapist would develop and agree your treatment plan collaboratively;
04. Can I book mindfulness therapy for groups ?
Yes we can deliver Mindfulness therapy in groups of no more than 10, or we can give a presentation to any number
05. What is Mindfulness Now?
Mindfulness Now offers an integrated approach using mindfulness techniques to help clients deal with serious physical and emotional trauma, as well as building emotional resiience. Mindfulness Now offers a fusion of mindfulness based approaches including evidence based, Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) and Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) The latter , developed by Mark Williams and collegues of The University of Oxford and the Oxford Mindfulness Centre. Nice recommends this for the treatment of depression ,anxiety and emotional trauma based on clinical research.
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