Mindfulness for Anxiety & Depression
I see mental illness every day in my line of work with a large section of the community suffering as they come to our yoga and tai chi weekly classes but also in my work as a Buddhist prison Chaplain. In the prison population, around 70% of the men are likely to have ADHD, PTSD as well as anxiety disorders, panic attacks and depression.
Yet people still suffer in silence, some even feel they have nowhere to turn and there are those who are still looking for some self help.
I run workshops to help bridge this gap between counselling sessions and being cut adrift or left to your own devices by the system. Perhaps you’ve had free counselling sessions on the NHS or you’ve tried a few therapists, but not quite found the right one for you. Maybe you’ve suffered for such a long time that you’ve got used to it but have a niggling voice in the back of your head telling you it’s possible to break free?
In my latest book, I share with you some tips and techniques about how to use mindfulness for anxiety and depression in a very specific way. Whether you’ve practiced mindfulness before or a complete beginner, this gentle guide will help point you in the right direction. It’s written to run alongside our workshop of the same title however you will find great benefit in this simple ebook about mindfulness too.