Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy improves on the ideas of cognitive therapy by teaching people to deliberately pay attention to their thoughts and feelings without passing judgement on them, utilising techniques such as mindfulness meditation.

Cognitive therapy’s basic tenet is that incorrect self-beliefs cause unpleasant feelings like depression and that thoughts come before moods.

To assist you in identifying and re-evaluating your negative thought patterns and replacing them with more realistically optimistic ones, MBCT makes use of cognitive therapy techniques.

This method enables people to reflect on their ideas without being preoccupied with what may have been or what might happen in the future.

MBCT promotes mental clarity and gives you the tools you need to more readily let go of unfavourable thoughts rather than allowing them to feed your despair.

Similar to cognitive therapy, MBCT is based on the idea that if you have a history of depression and experience stress, you are likely to turn to those unhealthy coping mechanisms again.

As an Intuitive and Spiritual Psychologist, I have been working with Mindfulness-based CBT since 2020, just when Covid came to our shores.  This is not a quick-fix method, and it is anticipated that you allow for 6 to 8 weeks of Online Therapy.

I also work with Neurodivergent individuals and groups and offer special rates for sessions.