The habit of analysing your cause and effect of distressing emotions.
Manage rising thoughts and feelings through beneficial techniques of mindfulness.
A change in the automatic response to stress, negative thoughts, disturbing feelings and mood fluctuations
The techniques used will ensure prevention of relapse of symptoms
MBCT has been successfully used for overcoming depressive symptoms and preventing relapse of depression. Learn how to tackle the incoming negative thoughts and feelings with new techniques.
Being mindful about your emotional triggers, responses and symptoms is a part of self-awareness in which you analyse yourself closely and cater to your emotional, mental and physical needs.
Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy, MBCT, is a modified form of cognitive therapy that incorporates mindfulness practices that include present moment awareness, meditation, and breathing exercises.
MBCT teaches skills that allow people to disengage from habitual dysfunctional cognitive routines, in particular, depression-related ruminative thought patterns, as a way to reduce future risk of relapse and recurrence of depression.
MBCT has shown to improve symptoms of depression in patients along with treating physical health conditions such as vascular disease, traumatic brain injury and chronic pain.
Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) was developed to prevent relapse in people with depressive disorders, and it helps individuals better understand and manage their thoughts and emotions in order to achieve relief from feelings.