Month: December 2015

Mindfulness for Anxiety

The adaptation of meditative practice to therapy Mindfulness owes its origins to eastern religions, particularly Buddhism, and to the practice of meditation. Its more recent application in therapy owes much to those traditions, but alongside an increasing popularity, it has now gained a robust and more scientific evidence base. Mindfulness is a therapeutic approach that… Read more »

Existential therapy ~ Rediscovering our purpose

Navigating our way through the givens of existence Existential therapy has an unusual place in the repertoire of psychological therapies. It is a pragmatic therapy that springs from work in 19th and 20th philosophy into such abstract issues as how we embody our sense of self in relation to our social surrounding in everyday life…. Read more »