Mindfulness is our ability to be present in the here and now. This includes being aware of where we are, what we’re doing, and our feelings and where they are placed in our body. While mindfulness is not a therapy, it is frequently incorporated into the therapeutic process. Mindfulness practices help clients:
Mindfulness is beneficial for individuals struggling with any mental health challenge. Some examples of mindfulness practices are deep breathing, body scans, guided meditations, paying attention to sensory information, and more.