What is Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy?
Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) is, as the name might suggest, a cognitive therapy with roots in meditative and non-judgemental, present-orientated practices. The mindfulness based cognitive practices at Surrey Psychology teach you to be aware of your thoughts and feelings without placing any judgement or expectations on them. Mindfulness is particularly useful for those that have recurring difficulties such as depression. For Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy in Surrey, think Surrey Psychologist.
Originally developed to treat those who had experienced multiple episodes of depression, MBCT has also proven to be an effective treatment for anxiety disorder, bipolar disorder, and depression prevention.
MBCT was developed by therapists who sought to build on cognitive therapy. They landed on the conclusion that melding cognitive therapy with Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) would make the treatment more effective. As a result, Dr Gurpreet Kaur is pleased to utilise this evidence-based therapy at Surrey Psychology, providing Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy to the people of Surrey.
For MBCT in Surrey
Contact Dr Kaur online today by filling out our enquiry form or call 07950 175874.