Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy

Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy (shortened to ‘Mindfulness’) is a vastly growing practice which has found excellent results in research in the treatment of depression. It is based on Buddhist meditative practices and has now been brought into the mainstream.

Mindfulness focuses on the here and now and allows clients to pay attention in a non judgmental way to their everyday experiences. Our experiences are known to pass us by without us noticing. Mindfulness helps us to bring these experiences to the focus of our attention in a non-judgmental way.

A typical therapy will last between 8 and 16 sessions.

Please don’t hesitate to contact us at Twenty20 Psychology to discuss your Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy requirements.

 

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Mindfulness focuses on the here and now and allows clients to pay attention in a non judgmental way to their everyday experiences.