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Mindfulness

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Mindfulness


What is Mindfulness?

Mindfulness is bringing awareness to whatever is happening within you and around you in this moment.


More about mindfulness

Initiatives inclusive of the Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction Program developed Dr Jon Kabat-Zinn of the University of Massachusetts Medical Centre connect Buddhist psychology and Western approaches such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. Mindfulness encapsulates the simple yet rare ability to be present within ourselves in the now rather than perpetually replaying our past or inefficaciously projecting ourselves into the future. It can provide you with a life approach that facilitates the growth and nurturing of inner levels resilience and stability.

Shifting the focus of our attention to our breath enables us to dismiss irrelevant distractions to remain anchored or return to the present moment. Learning mindfulness can provide a means of reconnecting to our true selves whilst realigning to a more appropriate pace of living. Subsequently life transitions are interpreted as less threatening, alleviating emotions and symptoms typically synonymous with stress, anxiety and depression.

Patients are increasingly being referred by their doctors and consultants on a global scale towards the practice of mindfulness to support rather than replace their current talk therapy or medication treatment plans. Millions of people around the world practice mindfulness to enhance their experience of living. Put simply, mindfulness involves continually returning your awareness to your present-moment stream of experience in a non-judgmental way. This very simple approach, though at odds with our normal way of thinking has been extensively researched and has been shown to help with a vast array of issues.


What benefits are available to me through mindfulness?

Mindfulness specific post graduate training allows me to utilise this discipline to help clients attending Waterford Counselling to:

  • Manage their stress, depression and anxiety
  • Enhance relationships, wellbeing and positive emotions
  • Develop greater body awareness
  • Manage difficult thoughts and feelings
  • Regulate addictions, eating disorders, pain and illnesses
  • Develop a rewarding life skill
  • Enhance their concentration levels
  • Improve wellbeing, happiness and quality of life


Seeking and accepting support is a strength and not a weakness so please feel free to contact me to take the next step.

Mindfulness


What is Mindfulness?

Mindfulness is bringing awareness to whatever is happening within you and around you in this moment.


More about mindfulness

Initiatives inclusive of the Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction Program developed Dr Jon Kabat-Zinn of the University of Massachusetts Medical Centre connect Buddhist psychology and Western approaches such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. Mindfulness encapsulates the simple yet rare ability to be present within ourselves in the now rather than perpetually replaying our past or inefficaciously projecting ourselves into the future. It can provide you with a life approach that facilitates the growth and nurturing of inner levels resilience and stability.

Shifting the focus of our attention to our breath enables us to dismiss irrelevant distractions to remain anchored or return to the present moment. Learning mindfulness can provide a means of reconnecting to our true selves whilst realigning to a more appropriate pace of living. Subsequently life transitions are interpreted as less threatening, alleviating emotions and symptoms typically synonymous with stress, anxiety and depression.

Patients are increasingly being referred by their doctors and consultants on a global scale towards the practice of mindfulness to support rather than replace their current talk therapy or medication treatment plans. Millions of people around the world practice mindfulness to enhance their experience of living. Put simply, mindfulness involves continually returning your awareness to your present-moment stream of experience in a non-judgmental way. This very simple approach, though at odds with our normal way of thinking has been extensively researched and has been shown to help with a vast array of issues.


What benefits are available to me through mindfulness?

Mindfulness specific post graduate training allows me to utilise this discipline to help clients attending Waterford Counselling to:

  • Manage their stress, depression and anxiety
  • Enhance relationships, wellbeing and positive emotions
  • Develop greater body awareness
  • Manage difficult thoughts and feelings
  • Regulate addictions, eating disorders, pain and illnesses
  • Develop a rewarding life skill
  • Enhance their concentration levels
  • Improve wellbeing, happiness and quality of life


Seeking and accepting support is a strength and not a weakness so please feel free to contact me to take the next step.

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