Have you noticed that you’re constantly feeling pressured by life .... worrying ….
stuck in patterns of negative thought, destructive voices undermining you?
Noticing can be the first step to changing. You are courageous to want to expand
yourself into a lighter, more harmonious, loving and wiser being.
I am practicing Mindfulness and Compassion-based psychotherapy with individuals who
suffer from stress, anxiety, overwhelm, self-criticism, perfection, low self-worth,
body-shame, fear of failure, who are challenged by life decisions and empathy fatigue.
Perhaps we could work together and find a kinder, more relaxed, compassionate way
Both Mindful Self-Compassion(MSC) and Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy(MBCT) offer
powerful tools for changing these life experiences.
With a Mindfulness approach to ourselves we take the first step in emotional healing
by beginning to notice how we are feeling. With Self-Compassion skills we learn to
make friends with ourselves and become more open and kinder towards ourselves and
others. The research on MSC has shown that our life satisfaction and will increase
as will our happiness, self-confidence, optimism, creativity and gratitude.
Both Mindful Self-Compassion (MSC) and Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT)
are evidence-based trainings. The teachings, practices and meditations are based
on many years of research and experience. Research shows that MBCT is “extremely
effective for depression, persistent anxiety, irritability, over thinking, ruminating,
avoiding, suppressing and other destructive emotions” –Mark Williams.
After decades of experience in using psychodynamic psychotherapy, having my own personal
meditation practice and teaching meditation to clients, I am very enthusiastic about
sharing the benefits of these powerful skills and teaching people how to find their
inner wiser, compassionate voice to guide their lives.