Mindfulness Meditation

23 Nov 2020 @ 12:00 pm – 12:40 pm –

Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy(MBCT) is particularly helpful for those at risk of recurrent depression. It teaches people to pay attention to the present moment, rather than worrying about the past or the future, and to let go of the negative thoughts that can tip them over into depression. It also gives people a greater awareness of their own body, helping them to identify the signs of oncoming depression and ward off the episode before it starts.

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Mindfulness Meditation

Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy(MBCT) is particularly helpful for those at risk of recurrent depression. It teaches people to pay attention to the present moment, rather than worrying about the past or the future, and to let go of the negative thoughts that can tip them over into depression. It also gives people a greater awareness of their own body, helping them to identify the signs of oncoming depression and ward off the episode before it starts.

Provided by Mary Frances Trust

Mindfulness Meditation

About this session

A weekly meditation delivered by Litsa who is a qualified yoga and mindfulness teacher  approved by the British Psychological Society.

People can benefit from MBCT whether they have a specific problem or not. We all have times in our lives when we experience difficulty, stress and struggle, and for some of us this is our daily experience.

What technology do I need to take part?

Download Zoom

Register your interest

Please fill in your details below in order to register for this event. The event provider will need to contact you in advance of the session to collect some more information and make sure the service is suitable for you.

Registering your interest does not confirm your place.

Bookings are closed for this event.

23 Nov 2020

12:00 pm - 12:40 pm

From 2020-08-03 to 2020-12-21, Monday every week

6 space(s) available

How to join

To join this service, the event provider will contact you in advance of the session to collect some more information and make sure the service is suitable for you.

Please note that registering your interest above does not confirm your place.

Back

Mindfulness Meditation

Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy(MBCT) is particularly helpful for those at risk of recurrent depression. It teaches people to pay attention to the present moment, rather than worrying about the past or the future, and to let go of the negative thoughts that can tip them over into depression. It also gives people a greater awareness of their own body, helping them to identify the signs of oncoming depression and ward off the episode before it starts.

Provided by Mary Frances Trust

Mindfulness Meditation

23 Nov 2020

12:00 pm - 12:40 pm

From 2020-08-03 to 2020-12-21, Monday every week

6 space(s) available

How to join

To join this service, the event's provider will contact you in advance of the session to collect some more information and make sure the service is suitable for you.

Please note that registering your interest above does not confirm your place.

About this session

A weekly meditation delivered by Litsa who is a qualified yoga and mindfulness teacher  approved by the British Psychological Society.

People can benefit from MBCT whether they have a specific problem or not. We all have times in our lives when we experience difficulty, stress and struggle, and for some of us this is our daily experience.

What technology do I need to take part?

Download Zoom

Register your interest

Please fill in your details below in order to register for this event. The event's provider will need to contact you in advance of the session to collect some more information and make sure the service is suitable for you.

Registering your interest does not confirm your place.

Bookings are closed for this event.