Do you feel controlled by anxiety or negative thoughts? Are you feeling immobilized, hopeless, or chronically unhappy with your life’s circumstances?
Perhaps you have heard in the news about the increasing movement and popularity in the U.S. to use “mindfulness” techniques and self-improvement strategies in order to reduce stress and anxiety, while increasing coping ability and harmony with a fast-paced world. Over 34 years ago, Jon Kabut Zinn was credited with bringing secular mindfulness techniques imported from ancient Buddhism to the United States when training Olympic athletes on the U.S. Rowing Team.
Since that time, Mindfulness-Based training has shown an impressive capacity to help every problem from anxiety and depression to obesity, high blood pressure, irritable bowel syndrome, arthritis, and more.
I assist clients with mindfulness techniques that can be incorporated with a variety of psychotherapy approaches. I provide Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) for clients suffering from anxiety disorders, depressive symptomatology, addictions, chronic stress, self-esteem issues, and chronic problems with negative thought patterns. Clients will benefit from this approach to the degree that they are willing and motivated to practice techniques and skills both inside and in their daily lives outside of psychotherapy sessions.
- Anxiety Disorders
- Addiction and Recovery
- Chronic Stress
- Low Self-Esteem
- Personality Disorder
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