Many of us lead busy, hectic lives that can often cause us to feel low in energy, stressed, sad or even depressed. Mindfulness is an ancient technique that helps us to deal with personal stress.
I am trained to use Mindfulness in clinical practice and bring elements of this form of stress-reduction to all my treatment formats. Mindfulness is safe and can be used and taught to children, teenagers and adults alike. It can be used at home, at school, at work or in social settings.
I offer online Mindfulness sessions using Skype. This service is available around the world. Please go to the Contact Page for more information.
All regulated qualified psychotherapists should engage in regular CPD (continuing professional development). Below is a list of relevant trainings I have undertaken in order to expand this part of my clinical practice.
Equine-assisted Psychotherapy EAGALA Workshop, (2006)
Sleep Disorders, Jet Lag: does CBT have an answer, BPS (May 2008)
Teaching Clients Mindfulness Skills, Queens College Oxford, (April 2012)
Working Therapeutically with Children British Psychological Society (Sept. 2013)
Teaching Clients Mindfulness Skills (Advanced), University of London (June 2014)
Running Mindfulness Groups, London, (Nov. 11th, 2016)