As World Mental Health Day approaches, it is important to remember that 1 in 4 adults and 1 in 10 children are likely to have a mental health problem in any given year.
Needless to say, that as a psychotherapist I deal with many psychological and emotional issues on a daily basis; and although many of these are due to traumas and difficult childhood experiences, we should not forgot that we all have the capacity to empower ourselves by talking care of how we use our minds. This is why I also teach Mindfulness courses for beginners and for those who want to rekindle their meditation practice.
The benefits of Mindfulness meditation cannot be underestimated.
reduction in stress
regulates and even recalibrates the nervous system
helps to rewire and restructure the brain
Improves relationships by Increasing capacity for empathy
Improved & Clearer Focus
Increased cognitive flexibility
Improves self compassion, self appreciation and self honour
More importantly Mindfulness helps us live in the here and now, the only place and the only time where mental health can be available to us. With regular practice, Mindfulness leads to calmness, peace, and well being. In my mind, the key to mental health is a quiet mind and an open heart.
Our next course starts on Monday October 2nd at 7.15pm. Cost £72.
Call 0208 780 0898 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
to reserve your space.