Mindfulness & Meditation
Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT)
MBCT combines traditional cognitive behavioural therapy with mindfulness and meditation. MBCT enables the participant to recognise and step out of automatic cognitive processes that can trigger stress, anxiety and depression. Participants recognise that certain thoughts and feelings are mentally destructive and are taught to allow the mind to move from automatic thought patterns to conscious emotional processing.
Scientific research supports the effectiveness of mindfulness for reducing depressive relapses, reducing cravings for substances people are addicted to, combating stress and being an effective tool for managing chronic pain and health conditions.
The MBCT programme takes place over 8 weeks. There is weekly course content and practice is done outside of the class with the use of MP3′s for regular meditation and techniques to integrate mindfulness into daily routines.
Living in our headsDealing with barriers
Gathering the scattered mindMindfulness of breath
Staying presentRecognising aversion
Allowing/letting beExploring acceptance
Thoughts are not facts
How can I best take care of myself?
Acceptance and changeMaintaining and extending new learning
Please see the events page for course dates and prices. I offer sessions via Skype and 1-to-1 coaching as well as groups. Contact me for further details or to book your place, or complete this short questionaire.