Psychotherapeutic Approaches

Mindfulness

Mindfulness is an intentional awareness of present experience without judgment.

Sometimes it’s difficult, even painful, to be mindful. It means being aware of depression, physical pain, anxiety, etc.

That's okay.

If you accept your present experience without judgment, you can move forward. I have tools to help you to do that.

Why is mindfulness useful in the context of psychotherapy? If you avoid and/or fight your difficult, painful present experience, you stay stuck in it. On the other hand, if you stay with it and get to know it, you can take charge of it. Then you can manage it and move forward.

You can do what you need to do in order to return to balance and satisfaction in your life."

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