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  • The Power of Presence: How Mindfulness Therapy Can Improve Your Mental Health

    Mindfulness therapy is a type of therapy that focuses on being fully present in the moment, without judgment or distraction. It is a powerful tool for managing mental health conditions such as anxiety, depression, and stress, as well as improving overall well-being. In this blog post, we will explore the power of mindfulness therapy and how it can benefit your mental health.

    What is mindfulness therapy?

    Mindfulness therapy is a type of therapy that combines mindfulness practices with traditional therapy techniques. The goal of mindfulness therapy is to help individuals become more aware of their thoughts, feelings, and bodily sensations, and to develop a non-judgmental attitude towards them.

    How does mindfulness therapy work?

    Mindfulness therapy works by helping individuals develop a greater sense of awareness and self-acceptance. By becoming more present in the moment, individuals can learn to observe their thoughts and feelings without judgment, which can help them better manage their emotions.

    Some techniques used in mindfulness therapy include meditation, breathing exercises, and body scanning. These practices can help individuals develop a greater sense of calm and focus, which can help them better manage stress and anxiety.

    The benefits of mindfulness therapy

    Research has shown that mindfulness therapy can be effective in treating a range of mental health conditions, including anxiety, depression, and stress. It can also be helpful in managing chronic pain and improving sleep quality.

    In addition to its therapeutic benefits, mindfulness therapy can also help individuals develop a greater sense of self-awareness and self-acceptance. This can lead to improved relationships and greater life satisfaction.

    How to incorporate mindfulness into your daily life

    Incorporating mindfulness into your daily life can be as simple as taking a few minutes each day to practice mindfulness techniques such as meditation or breathing exercises. It can also involve incorporating mindfulness into your daily routine, such as by taking a mindful walk or eating a meal mindfully.

    If you are interested in exploring mindfulness therapy further, consider speaking with a mental health professional who specializes in this type of therapy. They can provide guidance on how to incorporate mindfulness into your daily life and help you develop the skills you need to manage your mental health.


    Jenmarie Eadie is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who is passionate about empowering women to take control of their mental health by finding balance and inner peace in the midst of perfectionism and anxiety. She received her Master’s in Social Work from Arizona State with a concentration in Behavioral Health. Her proudest accomplishment is following her dream of opening up a practice focused on helping high-achieving, goal-oriented women. She currently serves women in California and Oregon (CA LCSW# 66634 and OR# L13328).