Tag Archives: Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy

Mindfulness Hacks – No need to change daily routine!

One of the pros I have found most fascinating about mindfulness is how easily it can slip into my day-to-day life. It’s not like blocking out two hours of my day each day for the gym (half an hour travelling … Continue reading

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Catastrophe – Or just living?

Many years ago I was talking to a friend of mine regarding the somewhat traumatic break up of a long term relationship of hers. I remember telling her how sorry I was that she was going through such an awful … Continue reading

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Introducing Mindfulness: A Practical Guide Review

For my first post I have read Introducing Mindfulness: A Practical Guide by Tessa Watt. There are so many different resources out there nowadays on mindfulness, meditation and how to reduce anxiety and stress. From books to apps, to recordings, … Continue reading

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Introducing Lina G

Hello everyone. I will be working with Adrian over the course of the next few weeks/months/years? Who knows – let’s just say indefinitely! I will be delivering you all blog posts and collaborating with Adrian on them for the foreseeable … Continue reading

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Mindfulness Bandwagon

Two years ago I wrote about the Mindfulness bandwagon and how as it becomes more and more popular badly trained therapists are being attracted to it. On FaceBook today I see a Mindfulness Online Diploma Course reduced from £330 to … Continue reading

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