We are able to look, non-judgementally, at the thoughts that wander into our mind and the emotions and sensations that are present.
There is a growing body of evidence to support mindfulness based Cognitive Therapy as an effective treatment for chronic depression that has been resistant to traditional CBT. As such, the NHS are starting to offer it in some areas of the country. To start to learn the practise, one can attend an 8 week course.
It is introduced, where appropriate, in the treatments that Helen tailors to treat your difficulties.
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