||Counselling with Mindfulness
with Dan Lupton
Dip.Couns.(BCPC); Cert. Relate; MBACP
Mindfulness works in every moment of life
Mindfulness works in ordinary ways - every day of your life
People usually come to Counselling in emotional difficulty. Mindfulness practices work very well within Counselling, helping us simplify our awareness, connect more directly with our emotions and inner reactions, and respond more skilfully and with clearer communication in our behaviour.
What is Counselling?
In Counselling, we explore and express difficult emotions, within a safe and non-judging space, and try to work out how to live more comfortably. The therapeutic relationship may be the first time we have experienced non-disapproval, respect and encouragement, and this can be transformative. Through Counselling, we can explore how old habits and conditioning from early life are complicating and distorting our lives. Using these insights, we can experiment with feeling, thinking, and behaving differently in our lives, which can help us feel happier and more vividly alive.
Why use Mindfulness?
With Mindfulness, we focus on what is actually happening in the present moment, and pay great attention to the body, which is home to our emotions, our intuition, or "gut feeling", and our deepest wisdom. Our thinking minds try to make sense of our lives, based on past experience, but often distort or misinterpret things. Practicing Mindfulness can give us a different perspective, helping us notice thoughts complicating our experience, building inner resilience, and learning to respond less reactively in our lives. This too, can help us feel happier and more alive.
Dan works with Individuals and Couples in private practice in central Frome.
Fees: £40 per hour / £45 for Couples; Some concessions available
Mobile: 07968 - 729090 (best number to use)
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What is Mindfulness
Is Mindfulness for Me
Benefits and Applications
Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR)
Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT)
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