Research Supports Mindfulness Practices

Experts in psychology are interested in the benefits of mindfulness practices on mental and physical states. New reports have shown that practices such as meditation can go a long way to increase the effectiveness of psychotherapy. Mindfulness is described as “the practice of learning to focus attention on moment-by-moment experience with an attitude of curiosity, openness, and acceptance.” The most effective mindfulness techniques to date involve a combination of secular meditative practice with traditional modalities which work to break negative associations in the patient’s mind. Mindfulness-based stress reduction and mindfulness-based cognitive therapy are cited as the two most effective treatment models.

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