What is Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy?

Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) is a transformational adaptation of cognitive therapy and is rooted in the art of mindfulness. It invites you to the present moment, incorporating meditations, and grounding exercises. It was originally brought into existence as a coping mechanism for depression.

Who is it for? 

It has been shown to be remarkably effective for individuals grappling with major depressive disorder, especially those who relapse often. 

It is also used for treating-

    • Generalized Anxiety Disorders
    • Bipolar Disorder
    • General Emotional Distress
    • Addiction
    • Vascular Disease
    • Traumatic Brain Injury
    • Chronic Pain
    • Fibromyalgia

How does this therapy work?

MBCT is usually conducted in a group setting, with weekly sessions guided by a compassionate therapist from our team. Over the course of these sessions, you will learn more about meditation and the fundamentals of cognition, allowing you to create an intimate connection between your thoughts and your emotions. 

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