Mindfulness Based Psychotherapy

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Mindfulness Based Psychotherapy is a Buddhist based psychotherapeutic model which understands that awareness is transformative. This core knowing enables an opening into change and healing, so that suffering can be eased as we allow self acceptance and compassion to emerge.

Danielle supports clients in working with embodied sensations, bringing awareness to the body's subtle reactions and feeling tones, in the moment. This exploration of self is done in relationship and Danielle provides a safe and confidential holding environment for the client to be deeply heard and seen.

Danielle believes that through becoming more intimately aware of ourselves, with our hidden reactions and behavioural responses, we can open into a more self accepting way of being. This relational psychotherapy can create a change in how we experience ourselves, and our increase in awareness can ease self critical thoughts, feelings and judgements. Embracing the unknown through embodied exploration, and touching into our vulnerability, can reveal personal insights and truth. This can be a pathway to achieving a greater sense of connection through feeling into our own experience of being human.

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Danielle has an MA in Mindfulness Based Psychotherapeutic Practice, from the Karuna Institute. She is a member of the UK based accrediting body for Psychotherapeutic Counsellors and Psychotherapists (UKCP), and the Association of Core Process Psychotherapists (ACPP).

Although Danielle offers short term work it is common for psychotherapy clients to maintain therapy for up to several years, and she usually sees clients for at least six months.

Psychotherapy Can Help With Many Issues and Difficulties Including:

  • Anxiety or an inability to cope or concentrate
  • Problems dealing with stress or recovering from stressful situations
  • Lack of confidence or extreme shyness
  • Coping with the effects of abuse
  • Feelings of depression , sadness, grief or emptiness
  • Extreme mood swings
  • Difficulty making or sustaining relationships, or repeatedly becoming involved in unsatisfying or destructive relationships
  • Difficulties coming to terms with losses such as bereavement , divorce or loss of employment
  • Eating disorders
  • Self harm
  • Sexual problems
  • Obsessive behaviour and/or thoughts
  • Panic attacks and phobias