Mindfulness approaches, arising from Eastern practices, have been recognised as a third-wave of psychotherapy in Western societies because of its ability to improve psychological functioning and to reduce emotional issue across a wide range of illness. Mindfulness-based therapies consist of a wide range of techniques suitable to the needs of individuals, similar to Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. This subject explores the core elements of mindfulness a variety of mindfulness techniques and the relationship between mindfulness and de-automatisation.
School of Biomedical Sciences
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