• Our Approach

    The Mindful Counseling Center is a group counseling practice committed to strengthening clients’ emotional well-being, via high quality, compassionate psychotherapy for individuals aged 14 years and up and for people in relationships. We also offer self-care support.

    We focus on helping to increase our clients’ ability to live in healthy and productive ways, while reducing problematic thinking and behaviors.

    We seek to aid clients in dealing with life’s stressors and enjoying life more, mindfully being and becoming the people they want to be.

    We offer a welcoming, safe and nonjudgmental space for our clients to work through their issues and transform.

    We are hopeful that through our efforts, we nurture a resilient community, where individuals continuously build their confidence and ability to navigate life’s ups and downs, on their own terms, and strive for compassion, wisdom and contentment.

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    Why is Mindfulness Helpful?

    Mindfulness can be defined as paying attention in the present moment, intentionally and without judgment. It is practiced through the observation of thoughts, emotions and sensations. Particularly over the past decade, mindfulness has worked its way into the world of mental health because of its benefits to cognition (thinking) and mental well-being (therapistaid.com).

    Mindfulness techniques in therapy can be useful for people who want to increase their awareness and compassion, increase their focus and ability to cope with life stressors, and create more acceptance and joy in their lives. Practicing mindfulness in daily life can support therapeutic goals and benefits, as well as have positive impacts in other areas of life.

    For one example of how mindfulness techniques can help with mental health issues, see our blog, Riding the Wave of Anxiety. For an example of one of the many activities that promote mindful living, see our blog, Cultivating Self-Compassion.

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    In the case of a mental health emergency/crisis, please reach out for immediate help: call or text 988 or chat 988lifeline.org. You can also call 911 or go to a hospital emergency department.