Mindfulness has become a bit of a buzzword over the last few years. But just what does being mindful mean and how does it work?
In this guide, you'll learn why being mindful matters and how to practice the art of mindfulness. You'll discover how you can enjoy the rewards of being mindful by integrating it into your everyday life.We’ll also run through five quick mindfulness trainings you can practice at home.
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1. How Does Mindfulness Work?
1.1. Mindfulness Definition
1.2. What Mindfulness Is Not
1.3. The Art Of Mindfulness
1.4. What Is The Difference Between Mindfulness And Meditation?
2. Why Mindfulness Is Important
2.1. How Mindfulness Empowers Us
2.2. Why Mindfulness Matters
2.3. Benefits Of Being Present
2.4. Mindfulness In The Workplace
2.5. Stress Reduction And Relaxation
3. How Does Mindfulness Work Scientifically?
3.1. Managing Stress
3.2. Pain Relief
4. Five Mindfulness Trainings
4.1. One Minute Mindfulness Exercise
4.2. The 5 4 3 2 1 Exercise
4.3. Gratitude Exercise
4.4. Five Senses Exercise
4.5. The Self-Compassion Mindfulness Exercise
5. Mindfulness Tools
6. How To Practice Mindfulness In Everyday Life
6.1. How To Cultivate Mindfulness
6.2. Examples Of Mindfulness In Action
6.3. Developing Your Mindfulness Skills
6.4. Practicing Mindfulness On The Go
7. Faqs About Mindfulness.
7.1. What Is The Difference Between Concentrative Meditation And Mindfulness Meditation?
7.2. What Is Dispositional Mindfulness?
Interested in learning more about mindfulness hands on with one of our Compass Point Clinicians? Charity Chaney offers her Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction to Improve Medical Outcomes. You can learn more about this group by clicking the "learn more" link below
Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction to Improve Medical Outcomes
$240 Private Pay // Meets weekly for 9 weeks + a one day 7 hour intensive ( 25 hours total) // Thursdays 4-6pm // Fairfield Office
Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction has been used around the world to improve medical outcomes for people with chronic health conditions. The mind of the client is often underutilized in treatment of health concerns. There is a powerful capacity in the mind of the client to improve their own health, if given the right tools. This group seeks to teach clients what those tools are and how to use them. It is not a replacement for other medical and mental health treatments but rather an adjunct to use alongside your current treatment plan. The group will focus on using four mindful practices to improve overall health. Instructors will seek to coordinate with other providers to ensure the best possible outcomes.
Once registered we will give you a call to let you know of the next start date