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TherapyMantra is here to help you on your path to recovery from certain issues. We match you with the best mindfulness-based cognitive therapists available 24/7 via video call or messaging.
Match with mindfulness-based cognitive Therapists
We assign the best counsellors experienced in certain issues based on your needs.
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Our online sessions are 90% less expensive than in-person therapy, available 24/7.
Self-Care for mindfulness-based cognitive issues
We offer ongoing mindfulness support through self-care tools, mindfulness-based help videos, chat groups, meditations, breathing exercises, and other resources.
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How it works?
You are matched with a mindfulness-based cognitive counsellor based on your needs and preferences. You get a secure “therapy room” where you can communicate with your counsellor via chat or phone. You can write or talk about your issues & ask questions to deal with them.
Register for mindfulness-based cognitive Counselling
Simply complete a 5-minute online form to tell us about your issues
Consult with your mindfulness-based cognitive Therapist
We connect you with mindfulness-based cognitive counsellors who are available 24/7 based on your preferences and needs.
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Apart from Video / chat sessions, our app offers self-care tools, videos and meditations to help you deal with your issues.
Best Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapists
Positive conversations, exercises, and meditations are used by TherapyMantra psychologists to help you deal with your problems. Our mindfulness-based cognitive therapists outperform traditional counselling as you get matched from a pool of 500+ mindfulness-based cognitive counsellors, who offer 24/7 unrestricted private chat.
What is Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy?
Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy (MBCT) is a specialist type of brief, structured group psychotherapy that was designed specifically to help people who have experienced repeated bouts of depression. Mindfulness means paying attention in a particular way: on purpose, in the present moment, and nonjudgmentally. MBCT teaches mindfulness meditation practises and how to apply them to everyday life. The goal of MBCT is to help people stay well after they’ve completed treatment.
How does Mindfulness-based Cognitive therapy work?
MBCT helps people become more aware of their thoughts and feelings and teaches them how to let go of negative thoughts and feelings that can contribute to depression relapse. It also focuses on helping people make healthy life choices.
MBCT is based on the idea that when people become more aware of their thoughts and feelings, they can learn to let go of negative thoughts and feelings that can contribute to depression relapse.
What are the MBCT sessions like?
MBCT sessions usually last for two hours and are held once a week for eight weeks. The group is typically made up of eight to twelve people. The first hour is usually spent practising mindfulness meditation, and the second hour is used for discussing the week’s assigned homework and for group discussion.
What can it help with?
MBCT is helpful for people with a history of depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, and chronic pain. MBCT may help you to:
- Become more aware of your thoughts and feelings
- Let go of negative thoughts and feelings that can contribute to depression relapse
- Make healthy life choices
How effective is MCBT?
Many studies have shown that MBCT is an effective treatment for people with a history of depression. In one study, researchers found that MBCT was as effective as antidepressants in preventing relapse in people with a history of depression.
Other benefits of MCBT are:
- MCBT has been shown to reduce anxiety and stress
- For people who have experienced depression, other benefits of MCBT include:
- Increased self-efficacy (your ability to believe in your abilities), meaning that you’re likely to experience fewer depressive symptoms and less distress
- Decreased negative thinking (self-criticism and rumination) and learned helplessness
- Greater mindfulness and awareness
- Improved communication skills
- Enhanced psychological well-being
How to find a Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapist?
TherapyMantra can help you find a sex therapist near you. We have over 500+ therapists listed on our therapist directory. You can follow the following steps to find a good mindfulness-based cognitive therapist:
- First, ask your family doctor or anyone else you are seeing for a referral for a mindfulness-based cognitive therapist.
- The next thing you’ll want to do is ask your friends and loved ones for referrals.
- The next thing you’ll want to do is look online. There are many websites that help people find therapists in their area who can treat things like mindfulness-based cognitive problems.
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Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy expands on cognitive therapy principles by teaching people to consciously pay attention to their thoughts and feelings without passing judgement on them. Techniques such as mindfulness meditation are used to teach people to consciously pay attention to their thoughts and feelings without passing judgement on them.
Mindfulness-based stress reduction, mindfulness-based cognitive therapy (MBCT), dialectal behaviour therapy (DBT), and acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) are examples of mindfulness-based interventions that are currently used in therapy.
- Mindfulness can provide a safe haven for therapists.
- Begin by sitting comfortably, with your back straight and your eyes open or closed.
- Take notice of your breathing and feel the sensations of your breath.
- No worries if your mind wanders; simply gently bring your attention back to the breath.
Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) is a stress-reduction technique that combines meditation and yoga. Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction, developed by Dr. Jon Kabat-Zinn in the 1970s, aimed to address the unconscious thoughts, feelings, and behaviours that are thought to increase stress and undermine your health.
Self-control, objectivity, affect tolerance, enhanced flexibility, equanimity, improved concentration and mental clarity, emotional intelligence, and the ability to relate to others and oneself with kindness, acceptance, and compassion are among its theorised benefits.
CBT focuses on problems, with an emphasis on the present. It focuses on ‘here and now’ problems and difficulties, as opposed to some of the other talking treatments. Instead of focusing on the causes of a patient’s distress or symptoms in the past, it seeks ways to improve the patient’s current mental state.