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Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy Group

The Psychological Clinic offers Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy group as a treatment for people with depression as well as other mental health conditions. While the chemical and physical aspects of depression and other mental health disorders are far more complex than just feeling down, current research supports a cognitive approach as a way to change patterns of brain functioning and build resilience in people struggling with chronic depression.
The program uses a combination of cognitive therapy and mindfulness to help participants form new, healthier modes of thought. MBCT initiates a cognitive change that helps clients move past events that have the potential to trigger relapse. Participants learn how to view their thoughts without judgment.
MBCT is about equipping participants with the ability to regulate one’s own thoughts and moods and to put new skills into practice in the way they are most useful to each client. MBCT helps flip the script in a way, empowering participants, helping them step into a well-fortified position and giving them the tools and the knowledge to help themselves at any stage of life.
The next session is scheduled to begin January 23, 2020 and runs for eight weeks. Participants will meet weekly, on Thursdays from 5-7:30 p.m.
If you are interested in attending or referring a potential group participant, please contact the Psychological Clinic to begin the process. Call (734) 764-3471 and leave a message with the best time to reach you and we will be in touch within one to two business days to schedule a screening.

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