"Mindfulness" is another word for remembering.
Remembering what? We often say it's remembering the being behind all our doing. Working slowly at an appropriate pace, the client is guided through various awareness exercises that increase attention, calm the body, and open emotions. The benefits are many, including better focus, self-awareness, stress resilience, creativity, meaning, and happiness. But along the way, there are often difficulties where it is very easy to get stuck or lost. An experienced guide is often necessary. Brian has years of group work, mentorship, and individual mindfulness counseling experience to help you find confidence in your practice, and in yourself. As a supervised Marriage & Family Therapy intern*, Brian is able to provide additional support using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Narrative Therapy, Object Relations, and Attachment psychology.
If you suffer from mild to moderate depression, email Brian about the new research that combines mindfulness meditation and cardiovascular exercise, which in recent clinical trials has been shown to be highly effective in relieving depression symptoms.
* MFTi Reg# 96636
Clinical supervisor: Dr. Steven Glass Lic# PSY18509