How can Mindfulness Therapy help me?

Many people find the pressures of modern living stressful. Every day, a quarter of a million people miss work because of stress, with 75 per cent of all illnesses thought to be stress-related. And when times are hard, it can be difficult to see the light at the end of the tunnel.

That’s when a therapist can help you; therapy aims to help you deal with and overcome issues that are causing emotional pain or making you feel uncomfortable.

It can provide a safe and regular space for you to talk and explore emotional triggers, difficult feelings and experiences. The counsellor is there to support you and respect your views. They won’t usually give advice, but will help you find your own insights into and understanding of your problems.

What is Mindfulness?

Mindfulness is a process of paying attention to your present moment experienced within the body and mind. In mindfulness there is a non-judgmental, non-reactive, compassionate and accepting attitude.

Learning to be mindful, can help us accept the inevitable ups and downs of life with more equanimity. This helps us to cope with stress, anxiety and depression. Equanimity can be described as a feeling of balance, calmness or composure. It is a state non craving for pleasant experiences or wishing things were different, but an acceptance of our experience how it is.






About Mindfulness-based Therapy

This therapy brings together the practice of Mindfulness with Core Process Psychotherapy to assist you to be fully present, from moment to moment, with their experience. You can learn to stay with the core body processes (thinking, feeling, moving, external sensing, and internal sensing) which allows you to explore and change your experience with core material which shapes our lives.

The body never lies, thus, it becomes a door that can be opened to reveal the whole character and belief system of the individual. Core Process Therapy is a powerful way of accessing and transforming limiting beliefs and behaviours.

You can learn to

  • Let go of negative or limiting beliefs, attitudes or habits
  • Learn self-regulation techniques
  • Develop better relation and communication skills to disarm triggers
  • Learn to be more compassionate, and more genuinely connected to yourself and others


What can Mindfulness Therapy help with?

Mindfulness is especially effective for changing habits, re-wiring reactive behaviours or emotional responses. calming the nervous system, and improving well-being. Through compassionate self-study, exercises and mindfulness meditation, we have the opportunity to look deeply at our beliefs and free ourselves from limiting core beliefs to live more fully.

Common issues treated:

  • Anxiety, stress
  • Fears or phobias
  • Changing habitual behaviour
  • Insomnia/Sleep issues
  • Depression/low energy
  • Relationship issues
  • Self esteem / confidence
  • Self image issues
  • Improving performance








Latest research

New brain research shows that the adult brain remains open to change throughout its lifespan. Most people pay little attention to the flow of thoughts, yet what flows through our mind literally sculpts our brain. Our unconscious mental programs (or thought, feelings and core beliefs) influence the way we think, feel and behave. These mental programs are usually formed in childhood, and if we are unaware or haven’t updated them we may not realise that these beliefs no longer serve us. Book here