• Counseling for Anxiety

    “We have enormous capacities for being benevolent, which we need to gain insight into compassionately.”
    ~Paul A. Gilbert


    Cognitive and behavioral treatments for depression and anxiety have been advanced by the application of mindfulness practices.

    The overarching theoretical premise of MBIs is that, by practicing mindfulness,individuals will become less reactive to unpleasant internal phenomena but more reflective, which in turn will lead to positive psychological outcomes

    Research on mindfulness-based interventions (MBIs) has increased exponentially in the past decade. MBIs have demonstrated efficacy in reducing anxiety and depression symptom severity in a broad range of treatment-seeking individuals.