Mindfulness for Trauma Processing - Mindfulness for Regulation/Stress/Trauma
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Mindfulness for Regulation/Stress/Trauma
This is a weekly group called Curious Mind. It will teach you a range of mindfulness skills and tools to deal with the stressors in your daily life and how to maintain an active self-care attitude. Sustaining a mindful approach to your inner and outer experiences will allow you to enjoy the pleasures of life and manage any stress, trauma or feeling of being overwhelmed.
The Curious Mind group uses general mindfulness and Somatic Experiencing (SE) skills and practices to safely guide you back to the present moment and your body. Working with the autonomic nervous system, this combined practice aims to increase your self-awareness and wisdom to achieve a greater state of spaciousness, presence and aliveness in your daily life.
Increased clarity, roundedness, stabilisation, ease and self-acceptance
Better connectedness to yourself and others
An understanding of how to use mindfulness in daily life
Incorporating the body/mind via somatic sensations into your daily life
Assessing and amplifying internal resources and resilience
Learning how Tai Chi and Yoga poses, along with breath control, can provide the stabilisation required.
Attending Curious Mind groups can help prepare you for individual SE and Art Therapy sessions in order to achieve better results.
Groups run for 10-week term.
Next group is yet to be determined.
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Attending Curious Mind groups can help prepare you for
individual SE and Art Therapy sessions in order to achieve better results.