The busy lives that people in our modern society lead can result in high levels of stress, and an inability to cope with pressures. With so many individuals feeling as if they are no longer present in their own lives, mindfulness and meditation can help to calm the mind, alleviate stress and help us to feel more attuned with our sense of self. Beneficial for those suffering from a range of mental health conditions, mindfulness and meditation therapy is offered by our experienced team here at Bridges Therapy Centre in Hendon, Canary Wharf, Central London and online, helping to provide individuals with useful skills that can be practised beyond therapy sessions.
Who Can Benefit from Mindfulness Therapy?
Mindfulness and meditation can be useful for anybody experiencing life concerns and struggling to connect with their emotions. Additionally, the techniques have been proven to help those suffering with mental health conditions such as anxiety, stress and in particular, recurring depression. As individuals at risk for depression tend to deal with a recurrence of negatives thoughts, mindfulness therapy can help sufferers to recognise these emotions, engage with them and respond with techniques to help.
Benefits of Mindfulness and Meditation
By entering an elevated mental state, the aim of mindfulness is to help people to recognise their unique triggers and deal with them in a constructive way. There are a number of benefits to learning these mindful meditation practices from our trained therapists, which can include:
· The reduction of habitual negative reactions to stresses
· Improved responses to a range of life situations
· Better quality of sleep
· Fewer physical symptoms of anxiety and stress
· A clearer understanding of self and your issues.
Our team here at Bridges Therapy Centre will assess your unique needs for therapy, creating a bespoke treatment plan that will provide you with a range of mindfulness and meditation skills to practise in your everyday life.
To learn more about our mindfulness and meditation therapies, contact a member of our caring team today. Call us on 02080884818, or email firstname.lastname@example.org to learn how we can help.