Struggle with a restless mind, racing thoughts, or constant analysis and re-analysis? Relentlessly weighed down by guilt or shame as difficult memories or events replay in your mind over and over again? Or are you simply missing out on the joys of your day because of the constant pressure of what needs, should, or ought to be done?
Therapy Can Help
Mindfulness skills are simple, but not easy. They take practice. But with practice, you can become skilled at directing your attention. We can work to help you notice and get more out of the wonderful things that already occur in your life. We can work to help you feel in charge of your mind.
I have trained in providing therapy that utilizes mindfulness and meditation, while also maintaining my own personal practice for over 4 years. I have seen firsthand the benefits of implementing a mindfulness practice into your daily life. Whether you suffer from anxiety, depression, personality difficulties, or psychosis, you can utilize mindfulness skills to manage symptoms and improve your overall quality of life.