Mindfulness Therapy

Mindfulness Therapy

What Mindfulness Involves

Mindfulness is the ability to be fully attentive to the present moment, rather than worried about what is going on outside of the present. Mindfulness-based groups teach people to become aware of the present by utilizing techniques like yoga and meditation. In groups, a mindfulness clinician provides training in meditation and related techniques like focusing on the breath, as well as education about the benefits of mindfulness and how it can be applied to daily life.

The Benefits of Mindfulness

The practice of mindfulness is beneficial for psychological health and wellbeing, and it can enhance coping skills. It is used in clinical practice to reduce stress and treat conditions like anxiety and depression, and it has also been found to be effective for treating symptoms of insomnia. Additionally, mindfulness is beneficial for those who are experiencing work-related stress, as it has been found to reduce psychological strain, health-related problems, and negative emotions.

Check Out Our Latest Group Below!

Mindfulness for the Middle School Years (11-13 yrs)

Thursdays @ 6:00 pm, 2/23-4/13, 8 weeks Grades 6-8, Virtual Only
Led by Jen Mills LPC

Mindfulness for Elementary School Years (8-10 yrs)

*Check Back in the Spring*