Supported by scientific research from the University of Oxford, and recommended by NICE and the Mental Health Foundation, Mindfulness has been shown to prevent recurrent episodes of depression, anxiety, insomnia and low self esteem, increase energy, and alleviate chronic pain for many sufferers around the world.
Both MBSR (Mindfulness-based stress reduction) and MBCT (Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy) are established ways of addressing the challenges of living a full and connected life. If you need help coping with depression, anxiety or stress in your personal life or at work, or you’re looking for a way to manage pain from injury or disease, please take a look at our 8 week courses and taster sessions that run in Milton Keynes, or contact us to find out more.
How does Mindfulness work?
This BBC video has some excellent information on mindfulness, the science behind how it works and what you can expect if you practice on a regular basis. You can also find out more about the evidence for Mindfulness approaches.
Other ways of working
Counselling and psychotherapy
Core Process Psychotherapy involves a mindful, embodied self-inquiry through which we learn to listen more deeply to ourselves and explore long-held patterns. More about counselling and psychotherapy >
Working with an experienced coach can help you clarify and resolve issues and to develop strategies to help you move towards particular goals. Identifying specific goals to work on provides focus while clarity comes from relaxing our familiar attitudes and seeing things from a new perspective. More about coaching >