Using Mindfulness to move forward
Mindfulness can be a fabulous way to deal with anxiety and depression. Learn this ancient technique of relaxation and inner learning privately with your own instructor.
With Your Partner
Join a group of form your own group of up to eight people. Share the pleasure of this beautiful way of relaxing and finding inner peace.
Have you ever eaten your lunch and suddenly realised that you had eaten it all and not even noticed yourself doing it? Yes? Most people have. This is the opposite of mindfulness.
Its so easy to lose awareness of the present moment especially with your busy life when you alway seem to have to be thinking one step ahead. We are all, so often, not present in our own life. Cosequently, we are not able to hear what our bodies have to tell us and because of this, we miss important messages about our wellbeing. We allow negative thinking to invade our minds without any assessment of the truth of the thoughts.
Mindfulness is a useful way to help you to undo this kind of behaviour. It helps you to be able to see what is actually happening at a given time. It allows you time to take an realistic view of what is happening rather than just jumping to automatic reactions, thoughts and feelings.
It offers a scientifically proven way of finding clarity and insight into your life and it allows you to be present in your life. Thus improving mental health and wellbeing
Getting Started is Easy
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Contact me via email or phone to discuss how I can help you to make changes today.
Book a session either in person or via video call using Zoom.
Start to make changes and see benefits in your everyday life.
Mindfulness can help with many different issues including:
Finding Inner Peace & Calm
Live in the here & now
Frequently Asked Questions
How many sessions will I need?
It is very difficult to say how many sessions you will need. It depends on the complexity of your problems and your willingness to work on yourself between sessions.
How can I access sessions?
You can attend your sessions in person, talk by telephone or by video link. For video link you need to have a smart phone, a tablet, a laptop or a PC. During the pandemic we can only offer either video link or telephone counselling. This will continue until restrictions are lowered enough to allow us to reopen our Clitheroe practice.
Is what I say in a session confidential?
Yes, everything that you say in a session is confidential and is kept between your therapist and yourself. However, there are circumstances where information may be shared with or without your consent. If your therapist believes that you are actively suicidal, that means that she believes that you would seriously harm yourself with an intention to end your life and that this is imminent, she would share only relevant information to emergency services in order to keep you safe.
Do I have to attend at the same time/ day every time I come?
No, you can arrange your sessions at a times that both you and your therapist mutually agree to.
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