Mindfulness and Mental Health

Mindfulness and Mental Health

The book assesses current understandings of what mindfulness is, what it leads to, and how and when it can help.

Author: Chris Mace

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781135448080

Category: Psychology

Page: 200

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Being mindful can help people feel calmer and more fully alive. Mindfulness and Mental Health examines other effects it can also have and presents a significant new model of how mindful awareness may influence different forms of mental suffering. The book assesses current understandings of what mindfulness is, what it leads to, and how and when it can help. It looks at the roots and significance of mindfulness in Buddhist psychology and at the strengths and limitations of recent scientific investigations. A survey of relationships between mindfulness practice and established forms of psychotherapy introduces evaluations of recent clinical work where mindfulness has been used with a wide range of psychological disorders. As well as considering current 'mindfulness-based' therapies, future directions for the development of new techniques, their selection, how they are used and implications for professional training are discussed. Finally, mindfulness' future contribution to positive mental health is examined with reference to vulnerability to illness, adaptation and the flourishing of hidden capabilities. As a cogent summary of the field that addresses many key questions, Mindfulness and Mental Health is likely to help therapists from all professional backgrounds in getting to grips with developments that are becoming too significant to ignore.
Categories: Psychology

Mindfulness and Buddhist Derived Approaches in Mental Health and Addiction

Mindfulness and Buddhist Derived Approaches in Mental Health and Addiction

This book provides a timely synthesis and discussion of recent developments in mindfulness research and practice within mental health and addiction domains.

Author: Edo Shonin

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783319222554

Category: Psychology

Page: 420

View: 373

This book provides a timely synthesis and discussion of recent developments in mindfulness research and practice within mental health and addiction domains. The book also discusses other Buddhist-derived interventions – such as loving-kindness meditation and compassion meditation – that are gaining momentum in clinical settings. It will be an essential text for researchers and mental health practitioners wishing to keep up-to-date with developments in mindfulness clinical research, as well as any professionals wishing to equip themselves with the necessary theoretical and practical tools to effectively utilize mindfulness in mental health and addiction settings.
Categories: Psychology

Applied Mindfulness

Applied Mindfulness

To that end, the book offers readers clear instructions on how to first practice mindfulness in their own lives and then extend their personal practice outward to others.

Author: Victor G. Carrión, M.D.

Publisher: American Psychiatric Pub

ISBN: 9781615372126

Category: Medical

Page: 393

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Applied Mindfulness: Approaches in Mental Health for Children and Adolescents starts from the premise that mental health clinicians must have their own mindfulness practice before teaching the tenets and techniques of mindfulness to others, including young people. To that end, the book offers readers clear instructions on how to first practice mindfulness in their own lives and then extend their personal practice outward to others. Once this knowledge is internalized, the clinician can focus on mindfulness in terms of its application to specific clinical diagnoses, such as anxiety and depression, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, and substance abuse. Because many mental health professionals work in multiple settings, such as in schools, in clinics, and online, the contributors, representing a wide range of creative and authoritative voices, explain how to skillfully tailor mindfulness interventions for effective application across diverse contexts. Drs. Carrion and Rettger, as Director of the Stanford Early Life Stress and Pediatric Anxiety Program (SELSPAP) and Director of SELSPAP's Mindfulness Program, respectively, have been engaged in ongoing community-based work delivering mindfulness and yoga programming to underserved youth and their helpers. This expertise is evident in their eloquent yet down-to-earth editing.The volume offers clinicians everything they need to begin their mindfulness journey, including the following: * Introductory knowledge on how to get started with a meditation practice. Specific mindfulness scripts are provided throughout the book to foster development of the reader's own practice. In addition, there are audio practices and clear written descriptions of practices to offer support for those learning to meditate, internalize mindfulness practices, and then adapt these skills for clinical practice. * A developmental and ecological approach to implementing mindfulness. The book offers insight into integrating mindfulness across many settings, platforms, and applications, and includes chapters on mindfulness online, at home, and in school, as well as chapters on incorporating nature into mindfulness practice and the relationship between mindfulness and creativity. * Material on specific clinical populations, including immigrant youth and incarcerated youth. A special chapter is devoted to trauma-informed yoga, which has been shown to be an effective therapeutic intervention for youth who have been incarcerated.* Comprehensive information on the current state of youth mindfulness research, which prepares readers to discuss these topics knowledgeably with colleagues and patients. Like ripples in water, the benefits of mindfulness spread outward, from clinicians to patients, families, schools, and communities. Applied Mindfulness: Approaches in Mental Health for Children and Adolescents is the first step toward stress reduction, peace, and compassion for a new generation.
Categories: Medical

Relaxation Meditation Mindfulness

Relaxation  Meditation    Mindfulness

Based on a newly revised theory of relaxation, ABC2 Relaxation Theory, devised by the author, this book explains why hundreds of techniques used by professionals typically sort into six groups.

Author: Jonathan C. Smith, PhD

Publisher: Springer Publishing Company

ISBN: 0826127460

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 380

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Based on a newly revised theory of relaxation, ABC2 Relaxation Theory, devised by the author, this book explains why hundreds of techniques used by professionals typically sort into six groups. The integration of these groups forms the core of the book. Smith's findings also reveal that not only can relaxation go beyond stress management, but that different families of relaxation have different effects. Rich with practical suggestions and concrete illustrations of application, this comprehensive training guide details the following techniques: Yoga Stretching Progressive Muscle Relaxation Breathing Exercise Autogenic Suggestion Imagery/Relaxing Self-Talk Meditation (including Mindfulness) Special applications include: relaxation with children relaxation and pain management relaxation, spirituality, and religion
Categories: Health & Fitness

Effortless Mindfulness

Effortless Mindfulness

The book also features interviews with an esteemed collection of Buddhist teachers, scholars, meditation researchers and Buddhist-inspired clinicians.

Author: Lisa Dale Miller

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781136193132

Category: Psychology

Page: 252

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Effortless Mindfulness promotes genuine mental health through the direct experience of awakened presence—an effortlessly embodied, fearless understanding of and interaction with the way things truly are. The book offers a uniquely modern Buddhist psychological understanding of mental health disorders through a scholarly, clinically relevant presentation of Theravada, Mahayana and Vajrayana Buddhist teachings and practices. Written specifically for Western psychotherapeutic professionals, the book brings together traditional Buddhist theory and contemporary psychoneurobiosocial research to describe the conditioned and unconditioned mind, and its in-depth exploration of Buddhist psychology includes complete instructions for psychotherapists in authentic, yet clinically appropriate Buddhist mindfulness/heartfulness practices and Buddhist-psychological inquiry skills. The book also features interviews with an esteemed collection of Buddhist teachers, scholars, meditation researchers and Buddhist-inspired clinicians.
Categories: Psychology

Mindfulness and Yoga for Self Regulation

Mindfulness and Yoga for Self Regulation

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Author: Catherine P. Cook-Cottone, PhD

Publisher: Springer Publishing Company

ISBN: 9780826198617

Category: Psychology

Page: 268

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Mindfulness and yoga-based approaches as beneficial supplements to traditional mental health paradigms are well supported by empirical research. While numerous texts have examined these approaches for treatment of depression, anxiety, and eating disorders, this is the first to address mindfulness and yoga-based approaches as embodied tools for helping clients reduce dysregulated, consumption-oriented behaviors. Encompassing the theoretical foundations, key practices, and comprehensive protocols of mindfulness and yoga-based approaches for the treatment of externally oriented behaviors, the text is targeted at mental health professionals who wish to learn how to incorporate these techniques into their practice.
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Spirituality and Mental Health

Spirituality and Mental Health

"This guide for mental health professionals and pastoral counselors provides you with a framework to assess and incorporate client-based spirituality into your practice.

Author: Gary W. Hartz

Publisher: Psychology Press

ISBN: 0789024772

Category: Psychology

Page: 135

View: 881

"This guide for mental health professionals and pastoral counselors provides you with a framework to assess and incorporate client-based spirituality into your practice. The author's unique understanding of spirituality and its relationship to mental health makes the book an ideal educational guide for practitioners striving to understand the impact of faith on their clients' mental health. The insights presented in Spirituality and Mental Health: Clinical Applications will leave you better informed about the complexities of spirituality and make it easier for you to integrate them meaningfully into your clinical work."--Jacket.
Categories: Psychology

The Mindful Way through Depression

The Mindful Way through Depression

This enhanced e-book includes an audio program of guided meditations narrated by Jon Kabat-Zinn. See also the authors' Mindful Way Workbook, which provides step-by-step guidance for building your mindfulness practice in 8 weeks.

Author: J. Mark G. Williams

Publisher: Guilford Press

ISBN: 9781462503391

Category: Psychology

Page: 273

View: 252

If you’ve ever struggled with depression, take heart. Mindfulness, a simple yet powerful way of paying attention to your most difficult emotions and life experiences, can help you break the cycle of chronic unhappiness once and for all. In The Mindful Way through Depression, four uniquely qualified experts explain why our usual attempts to “think” our way out of a bad mood or just “snap out of it” lead us deeper into the downward spiral. Through insightful lessons drawn from both Eastern meditative traditions and cognitive therapy, they demonstrate how to sidestep the mental habits that lead to despair, including rumination and self-blame, so you can face life’s challenges with greater resilience. This enhanced e-book includes an audio program of guided meditations narrated by Jon Kabat-Zinn. See also the authors' Mindful Way Workbook, which provides step-by-step guidance for building your mindfulness practice in 8 weeks. Plus, mental health professionals, see also the authors' bestselling therapy guide: Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy for Depression, Second Edition. Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies (ABCT) Self-Help Book of Merit
Categories: Psychology

Mindful Parenting

Mindful Parenting

Featured in the text: Detailed theoretical, clinical, and empirical foundations of the program. The complete Mindful Parenting manual with guidelines for eight sessions and a follow-up. Handouts and assignments for each session.

Author: Susan Bögels

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9781461474067

Category: Psychology

Page: 328

View: 211

Despite its inherent joys, the challenges of parenting can produce considerable stress. These challenges multiply—and the quality of parenting suffers—when a parent or child has mental health issues, or when parents are in conflict. Even under optimal circumstances, the constant changes as children develop can tax parents' inner resources, often undoing the best intentions and parenting courses. Mindful Parenting: A Guide for Mental Health Practitioners offers an evidence-based, eight week structured mindfulness training program for parents with lasting benefits for parents and their children. Designed for use in mental health contexts, its methods are effective whether parents or children have behavioral or emotional issues. The program's eight sessions focus on mindfulness-oriented skills for parents, such as responding to (as opposed to reacting to) parenting stress, handling conflict with children or partners, fostering empathy, and setting limits. The book dovetails with other clinical mindfulness approaches, and is written clearly and accessibly so that professionals can learn the material easily and impart it to clients. Featured in the text: Detailed theoretical, clinical, and empirical foundations of the program. The complete Mindful Parenting manual with guidelines for eight sessions and a follow-up. Handouts and assignments for each session. Findings from clinical trials of the Mindful Parenting program. Perspectives from parents who have finished the course. Its clinical focus and empirical support make Mindful Parenting an invaluable tool for practitioners and clinicians in child, school, and family psychology, psychotherapy/counseling, psychiatry, social work, and developmental psychology.
Categories: Psychology

Mindfulness for Beginners

Mindfulness for Beginners

There Are Eight Ways To Develop Our Minds In Order To Liberate Ourselves. This Book Uses These Notions Of Mindfulness To Construct A Path For You To Maneuver Through Modern Society.

Author: Charles Hester

Publisher:

ISBN: 198999086X

Category:

Page: 200

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Even Though Meditation Is A Highly Recommended And Valuable Practice, Mindfulness Becomes More Focussed On Just Being Present In The Moment Of Each And Every Facet Of Living, Finding Real Happiness. Here Is A Preview Of What You'll Learn... - Buddhist Philosophy Basics - Mindfulness Meditation - Different Forms Of Meditation Practice - Mindfulness Meditation In Everyday Life - And Much, Much More! There Are Eight Ways To Develop Our Minds In Order To Liberate Ourselves. This Book Uses These Notions Of Mindfulness To Construct A Path For You To Maneuver Through Modern Society. In Essences, We Find The Key To Unlocking Our Full Potential.
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Assessing Mindfulness Acceptance Processes in Clients

Assessing Mindfulness   Acceptance Processes in Clients

A seminal contribution to the existing professional literature on mindfulnessbased treatments, this book is also an essential resource for any mental health professional seeking to illuminate the processes at work behind any mindfulness and ...

Author: Ruth A. Baer

Publisher: New Harbinger Publications

ISBN: 9781572246942

Category: Psychology

Page: 319

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In Assessing Mindfulness and Acceptance Processes in Clients, contributors including Kelly Wilson, Shannon Sauer, Joseph Ciarrochi, Kim Gratz, and Michael Twohig evaluate and discuss the current methods for measuring processes of change in clients. Readers will assess the variables that represent potential processes of change, such as mindfulness and acceptance, and determine the importance of each of these processes to enhanced psychological functioning, well-being, and quality of life. This seminal contribution to the existing professional literature on mindfulness-based treatments will be of interest to clinicians, students, and researchers interested in learning more about the function of mindfulness and acceptance-based therapeutic approaches. Practicing clinicians will be fascinated to discover the kinds of changes they can anticipate in clients undergoing mindfulness and acceptance-based interventions and how these changes take place.
Categories: Psychology

A Clinician s Guide to Teaching Mindfulness

A Clinician s Guide to Teaching Mindfulness

In addition, this book will tell you what to bring to each class; provides outlines for each session; offers scripts to help you differentiate the weekly meditative practices; and provides invaluable resources for further study and ...

Author: Christiane Wolf

Publisher: New Harbinger Publications

ISBN: 9781626251410

Category: Psychology

Page: 200

View: 386

Mindfulness-based interventions have exploded in popularity due to their success in treating everything from everyday stress to more serious mental health conditions such as depression, anxiety, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).This breakthrough book provides professionals with a comprehensive, session-by-session guide to teaching mindfulness, complete with the scripts and training materials needed to teach introductory mindfulness in a wide variety of settings, despite theoretical background. Mindfulness—once an ancient practice honed in Buddhist monasteries—is now a mainstream, evidence-based, secular intervention employed by trained health and mental health professionals worldwide. The rapid spread of mindfulness increasingly involves psychologists, physicians, social workers, therapists, counselors, spiritual advisers, life coaches, and education professionals trained in their respective disciplines. Additionally, research continues to show that mindfulness is an effective treatment for anxiety, depression, stress, pain relief, and many other illnesses. If you are a professional interested in teaching mindfulness, this book will provide you with everything you need to get started right away. The introductory, six-week protocol outlined in this book is easy-to-use, and can be implemented in a variety of settings, ranging from an outpatient mental health clinic to an inpatient oncology clinic, from a substance abuse recovery program to educational settings. In addition, this book will tell you what to bring to each class; provides outlines for each session; offers scripts to help you differentiate the weekly meditative practices; and provides invaluable resources for further study and professional development. If you’re looking to integrate mindfulness into your professional work, this is your go-to guide.
Categories: Psychology

Trauma Informed Mindfulness With Teens A Guide for Mental Health Professionals

Trauma Informed Mindfulness With Teens  A Guide for Mental Health Professionals

This book is a must for therapists who wish to share mindfulness with trauma-impacted youth.

Author: Sam Himelstein

Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company

ISBN: 9780393713459

Category: Psychology

Page: 288

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For the clinician who wishes to share the transformational practice of mindfulness with youth who’ve been adversely impacted by trauma. Mindfulness has grown in popularity exponentially over the past two decades, and many educators, therapists, and other youth professionals are asked to teach mindfulness in a variety of public settings: schools, detention centers, and other systems of care. Many of these youths are impacted by trauma. Through practical methods and real- world examples, Sam Himelstein offers a clear conceptual understanding for why mindfulness may help youth impacted by trauma, explanation about when and how to adapt mindfulness meditations, and practical “mini- modules” for presenting and teaching mindfulness via a trauma- informed lens. This book presents specific guidelines about teaching mindfulness within a relationship- based framework for building the therapeutic alliance and aiding other psychotherapy interventions. Case examples illuminate common experiences that arise with trauma-impacted youth, and detailed descriptions of exercises and curricula are provided. This book is a must for therapists who wish to share mindfulness with trauma-impacted youth.
Categories: Psychology

Mental Health Matters NoMoreStigma

Mental Health Matters  NoMoreStigma

Welcome to our Mental Health Journal!

Author: Orion Alanisa Journals

Publisher:

ISBN: 1651419191

Category:

Page: 176

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Welcome to our Mental Health Journal! Anxiety can lead to depression, so it's very important to recognize the symptoms, and act in time. Stress and Anxiety are very common problems nowadays. Learn to avoid struggle with pressures of everyday life and balancing responsibilities. Human Beings are often being judged based on their looks and physical aspects. Being a new mom, new dad in this day and time can be hard. There are so many stress factors to consider. Journal Features: 8*10 175 Pages Focus On Vision On Future Self Anxiety Level Tracker Grateful Notes Happiness Tracker Mood Chart Sleep Tracker Self Improvement Writing Prompts Notes Plenty of space to writing down. Made in USA ACT NOW and Grab Your Mental Health Journal Today! Don't wait too much, time is precious so is LIFE, live fully of joy and awareness.
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Clinical Handbook of Mindfulness

Clinical Handbook of Mindfulness

Issues in professional training. Appendix of exercises. The Clinical Handbook of Mindfulness includes the contributions of some of the most important authors and researchers in the field of mindfulness-based interventions.

Author: Fabrizio Didonna

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 0387095934

Category: Psychology

Page: 523

View: 140

Over the last two decades, Eastern psychology has provided fertile ground for therapists, as a cornerstone, a component, or an adjunct of their work. In particular, research studies are identifying the Buddhist practice of mindfulness—a non-judgmental self-observation that promotes personal awareness—as a basis for effective interventions for a variety of disorders. The Clinical Handbook of Mindfulness is a clearly written, theory-to-practice guide to this powerful therapeutic approach (and related concepts in meditation, acceptance, and compassion) and its potential for treating a range of frequently encountered psychological problems. Key features of the Handbook: A neurobiological review of how mindfulness works. Strategies for engaging patients in practicing mindfulness. Tools and techniques for assessing mindfulness. Interventions for high-profile conditions, including depression, anxiety, trauma Special chapters on using mindfulness in oncology and chronic pain. Interventions specific to children and elders, Unique applications to inpatient settings. Issues in professional training. Appendix of exercises. The Clinical Handbook of Mindfulness includes the contributions of some of the most important authors and researchers in the field of mindfulness-based interventions. It will have wide appeal among clinicians, researchers, and scholars in mental health, and its potential for application makes it an excellent reference for students and trainees.
Categories: Psychology

Mindfulness in Positive Psychology

Mindfulness in Positive Psychology

This is an invitation to rethink about mindfulness in ways that truly expands our understanding of wellbeing.

Author: Itai Ivtzan

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317600664

Category: Psychology

Page: 340

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Mindfulness in Positive Psychology brings together the latest thinking in these two important disciplines. Positive psychology, the science of wellbeing and strengths, is the fastest growing branch of psychology, offering an optimal home for the research and application of mindfulness. As we contemplate mindfulness in the context of positive psychology, meaningful insights are being revealed in relation to our mental and physical health. The book features chapters from leading figures from mindfulness and positive psychology, offering an exciting combination of topics. Mindfulness is explored in relation to flow, meaning, parenthood, performance, sports, obesity, depression, pregnancy, spirituality, happiness, mortality, and many other ground-breaking topics. This is an invitation to rethink about mindfulness in ways that truly expands our understanding of wellbeing. Mindfulness in Positive Psychology will appeal to a readership of students and practitioners, as well as those interested in mindfulness, positive psychology, or other relevant areas such as education, healthcare, clinical psychology, counselling psychology, occupational psychology, and coaching. The book explores cutting edge theories, research, and practical exercises, which will be relevant to all people interested in this area, and particularly those who wish to enhance their wellbeing via mindfulness.
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The Mindful Manifesto

The Mindful Manifesto

Written by a GP and a health writer, The Mindful Manifesto is the first book to integrate the latest scientific and medical research on mindfulness with meditation’s historical context.

Author: Dr. Jonty Heaversedge

Publisher: Hay House, Inc

ISBN: 9781848509023

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 157

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We live in a speedy, pressurised world, and with little pause to really experience and enjoy our lives. Instead it's time for us to stop, pay attention to our minds, notice what we are doing, and appreciate what we have. For thousands of years Eastern traditions have taught meditation to help people lead healthier, happier lives. Now, scientific research is confirming that ‘mindfulness’ can help us all improve our mental and physical well-being. Written by a GP and a health writer, The Mindful Manifesto is the first book to integrate the latest scientific and medical research on mindfulness with meditation’s historical context. We see how it can: • treat mental health problems such as depression and anxiety • help us cope with the busyness of everyday life • improve our physical health and manage chronic illness • help us let go of unwanted behaviours • improve how we function in our relationships and jobs. And why stop there? With examples of how the mindfulness movement is already well underway, we see that encouraging governments and other powerful institutions to take a mindful approach could make a massive difference to the health and happiness of the whole world.
Categories: Body, Mind & Spirit

Mindfulness Motivation and Mental Health for Young Minds

Mindfulness Motivation and Mental Health for Young Minds

It is only when a person reaches a level of presence that one is capable of producing peak performance. Order now and Discover mindfulness and Purpose!

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Publisher:

ISBN: 9798666100738

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Page: 30

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Mindfulness can be defined as the most important element in life to peace, abundance, and ultimate happiness. Unfortunately, not many individuals reach this stage as they have trapped themselves in the hustle and bustle of the dominant society. Infact the earlier one taps into mindfulness the more rewarding life becomes towards finfding meaning and purpose. In the journey of self-discovery towards excellence, there is nothing more dominant as mindfulnmess and presence. Presence is regarded as the consciousness of a person's control of his or her ego and attitude to the highest while enjoying the pure bliss and magnitude of life.A succuess person or winner is a person who sees, feels and visualize as a champion in his heart, soul and mind, long before he becomes one. "To love oneself is the beginning of a lifelong romance" - Oscar Wilde. A reason many do not enjoy this level of presence is that they have been playing life too safe for too long and not uncovered the mysteries to life. It is only when a person reaches a level of presence that one is capable of producing peak performance. Order now and Discover mindfulness and Purpose!
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Mindfulness Based Treatment Approaches

Mindfulness Based Treatment Approaches

This book will be of use to clinicians and researchers interested in understanding and implementing mindfulness based treatments. * Comprehensive introduction to the best-researched mindfulness-based treatments * Covers wide range of ...

Author: Ruth A. Baer

Publisher: Elsevier

ISBN: 0080456200

Category: Psychology

Page: 448

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Eastern spiritual traditions have long maintained that mindfulness meditation can improve well-being. More recently, mindfulness-based treatment approaches have been successfully utilized to treat anxiety, depressive relapse, eating disorders, psychosis, and borderline personality disorder. This book discusses the conceptual foundation, implementation, and evidence base for the four best-researched mindfulness treatments: mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR), mindfulness-based cognitive therapy (MBCT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) and acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT). All chapters were written by researchers with extensive clinical experience. Each chapter includes the conceptual rationale for using a mindfulness-based treatment and a review of the relevant evidence base. A detailed case study illustrates how the intervention is implemented in "real life," exploring the clinical and practical issues that may arise and how they can be managed. This book will be of use to clinicians and researchers interested in understanding and implementing mindfulness based treatments. * Comprehensive introduction to the best-researched mindfulness-based treatments * Covers wide range of problems & disorders (anxiety, depression, eating, psychosis, personality disorders, stress, pain, relationship problems, etc) * Discusses a wide range of populations (children, adolescents, older adults, couples) * Includes wide range of settings (outpatient, inpatient, medical, mental health, workplace) * Clinically rich, illustrative case study in every chapter * International perspectives represented (authors from US, Canada, Britain, Sweden)
Categories: Psychology

Mindfulness Meditation for Anxiety

Mindfulness Meditation for Anxiety

Not only that, making mindfulness meditations part of your daily life help in improving your mental health and getting the peace of mind. With the help of this book, it's a lot easier for you to focus on purpose.

Author: Kristine Ally

Publisher:

ISBN: 1651816921

Category:

Page: 128

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Is anxiety crippling you from even doing the bare minimum on a daily basis? Is stress consuming your life? Do you often find yourself worried about fear and overthinking about what could go wrong? These and many other mental overdrives we experience often make or break our day. The society we live in today does an amazing job of pushing all sorts of ideals, unachievable pedestals, and gold-standard about how life should be, and this, without a doubt, creates a perennial state of worry and stress for us. From school to work and work to home-it never ends. Anxiety is our body's way of telling you, 'Hey, slow down! I'm feeling too much stress.While we physically cannot bottle up our anxiety, stress, and worry and throw them away, we can, however, do something that can help us break all these pieces into smaller, manageable pieces that eventually melt away and disappear. This 'something' is called mindful meditation. Through regular, non-spiritual, and consistent meditation, we have the tools to alter the way our brain thinks, the way it perceives things, and the way it responds to situations and scenarios. And all it takes is just 5 minutes of your time. Yes, 5 minutes of mindful meditation can do wonders! If you are interested in meditation but skeptical of the real-world benefits, then this book is your friend. DOWNLOAD: "Mindfulness Meditation for Anxiety - 10 Essential 5-Minute Meditations to Overcome Anxiety, Reduce Stress, Improve Mental Health and Find Peace Every Day" Inside you will find Understanding Meditation and Anxiety Benefits of Establishing a Meditation Practice When Is a Good Time to Meditate Use of Meditation Anchors What's the Difference Between Mindfulness and Meditation Practicing Mindfulness Meditation Taking Control of Your Thoughts Practicing Relaxation Daily Mindfulness Thinking to Stop Overthinking Practical Exercises for Every Posture to Get Your Body Ready for Meditation Ten 5-Minute Daily Meditations Guided Meditations for Finding Peace Guided Meditations for Relaxation Guided Meditations for Calmness Mindful meditation is not a magic trick. It is actually just you, focusing on yourself and wanting to become better at managing your stress and emotions. Mindfulness Meditation for anxiety will serve as an information resource for you to read about anxiety, mindfulness, as well as meditation. It is not meant as a diagnosing tool or a treatment for you, but it is simply a collection of resources, practices, helpful anecdotes, and motivation to help you along the path to recovery. It Is full of exercises that can create real and lasting change if practiced regularly. Would You Like To Know More? Download now Mindfulness Meditation to Overcome Anxiety, Reduce Stress, Improve Mental Health and Find Peace Every Day Scroll to the top of the page and select the buy now button.
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