Mindfulness-Based therapy is the psychological process of intentionally bringing one's attention to the experiences that are occurring in the present moment without judgment, and with increased awareness. In combination with cognitive therapy, it will help you pay attention to your thoughts and feelings as they happen increasing your ability to tolerate emotions and be present with them. This practice cultivates a greater ability to be in the here and now rather than focused on the future or the past which helps to respond to live’s challenges in more helpful, effective, and adaptive ways. Research has demonstrated that that people who have been clinically depressed, diagnosed with anxiety and PTSD find that learning mindfulness-based skills has helped them to reduce their symptoms and can better manage their emotions.
What does MBT help treat?
Depression and anxiety
Food and eating issues
Low mood and negative thoughts
Stress and low motivation
Difficulties with sleep
Body sensations such as weariness and sluggishness
MBT helps people separate themselves from their thoughts and moods and connect to their present experiences in more effective ways through self-acceptance and compassion, increasing their psychological well being.
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