Mindfulness Therapy

Mindfulness therapy in Slough

Mindfulness therapy

Mindfulness-Based Approaches are increasingly seen as effective in the management of anxiety, depression, chronic pain and illness, stress and addictive behaviours, and has been accredited by NICE (the National Institute for Clinical Excellence). Mindfulness therapy can also be used as an aspect of counselling and psychotherapy.

Based on meditation and awareness of the body, mindfulness draws on our existing resources, develops awareness of body and breath, and is about learning to live in the present moment. Virtually anyone can develop these skills to help work with physical or emotional pain, stress, fatigue – and the ups and downs of ordinary everyday life.
Mindfulness therapy
Are you suffering from depression or anxiety, please call
01753 535 457 or 07960 322 723 michele_relmy@yahoo.co.uk
Mindfulness meditation

Mindfulness meditation

Mindfulness is not a ‘quick fix’ any more than therapy or counselling: it requires commitment and time on the part of the participant. Through engaging in systematic training in regular meditation practices we can bring the effects of this into our daily life. Anyone willing to apply themselves consistently can benefit from doing these simple practices – which deepen their effectiveness through sustained daily application. Our objective circumstances may not be changed; but we can alter our relationship with that experience, and so greatly enhance our quality of life.

Group Sessions

In a group setting, mindfulness therapy is normally offered in a block of 8 weekly sessions with participants undertaking ‘home practice’ between classes. Generally speaking, there’s considerable benefit from being introduced to Mindfulness practice in small groups, though it can be offered one-to-one.

I run 8-week mindfulness courses for the prevention of relapse into depression (M-BCT), and MBSR for stress reduction and the management of pain and chronic illness including ME/Chronic Fatigue.

I also offer tailor-made mindfulness programmes for healthcare settings (for depression and relapse-prevention) and for corporate contexts (for stress management).
Group Sessions
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