Mindfulness & Stress Management Support Groups
Stress, anger, anxiety, pain, and grief can impair not only our health, but our judgement, emotions, and mental health too. Fortunately, research suggests an effective way to deal with these difficult feelings — the practice of mindfulness.
Mindfulness is the ability to pay careful attention to what you’re thinking, feeling, and sensing in the present moment without judging those thoughts and feelings as good or bad. Countless studies link mindfulness to better health, lower anxiety and depression along with greater resilience to stress.
Aspiring Families offers specialized Mindfulness therapy, groups, and workshops to help you with:
- Adaptive Skills to Cope with Stress
- Emotional Regulation
- Pain Management
- Decrease Anxiety
- Acceptance of Grief and Loss
- Anger Management
- Improved Concentration
- Improved Attention
Mindfulness lets you observe your thoughts and feelings from a distance, which can help you tolerate and work through unpleasant feelings rather than becoming overwhelmed by them. It provides a mental anchor on which people can focus when they find themselves carried away by a stressful thought or pain.
Mindfulness also helps people stay “present” in the moment, rather than being distracted by regrets in the past or worries about the future. It is a powerful, evidence-based skill that can be easily learned and applied to your daily life and/or to cope with significant stressors. It is a natural means to create mind-body changes and sometimes a better alternative before trying medications.
We offer Mindfulness Therapy, Groups, and Workshops for kids, teens, families, college students, adults, and seniors.