Coming to the distinct realisation that your thoughts, emotions and feelings are getting too much for you to deal with, is very possibly one of the most vulnerable experiences you may have ever encountered – as not only may you be feeling overwhelmed right now, but also possibly very scared that these intense feelings and thoughts are never going to go away.
And even if you are lucky enough to have been allocated a NHS counsellor or therapist, you will probably have to wait months or many weeks to receive the therapy that you need right now in order to manage your emotions and move on with your life.
Having now worked with hundreds of people who face this same dilemma. I have found that bringing mindfulness into the therapeutic process can be one of the most effective and positive ways to deal with anxiety, depression or negative thought patterns.
Why mindfulness therapy as opposed to CBT or other shorter term counselling options?
We all experience difficult times in our life and at some point we all may need some kind of help or therapy to help us navigate our way through an emotional or physical storm.
And whilst there are many therapies that are available for you to access, none are as powerful as when you are able to use mindfulness as a therapeutic approach to transforming your life, your emotions and your physical well-being.
Sadly, many of the treatments that are open to you today such as Cognitive Based Therapy or anti- depressants fail to recognise just how vital it is to bring your past experiences into the therapy process, and instead try to numb over your feelings with medications or cognitive approaches that cause you to still feel that “something is not quite connecting” or “is missing” from your life.
This method of treating your past experiences as separate entities then leaves your real responses to the events you encounter in life, bubbling away under the surface.
Mindfulness Therapy is different because it recognises that in the most basic sense you are your thoughts, you are your experiences and that with awareness and insight to your actions and behaviours you can change the direction of your life.
It is a form of therapy that can be used in a crises when you feel you can no longer cope with your feelings or as a longer term experience of a more permanent and positive transformation of your life.
Find out more
All the therapy sessions I offer are held within my therapy and mindfulness center in Whitley Bay, Newcastle upon Tyne, 6 days a week from 10am until 7pm. And as I work privately and not with the NHS or your workplace, both your details and therapy are kept completely confidential.
Prices start from just £38.00 per session with concessions available and you are free to book just one appointment at a time – as unlike other therapists there is never any pressure to commit to a strict set of appointments or therapy sessions.
To find out more or just have a chat about what you need right now then please feel free to give me a call on 07756 336606 or alternatively you can click here now to book your appointment online and find out more.