Anxiety Reduction Workshop: Chill (without a) Pill
Anxiety is at the center of so many of our lives these days. The combination of a fast paced, competitive society, our own internal struggles and fears, and the challenges presented by the economy, our families, our jobs, and day to day life leave us feeling overwhelmed and on edge. Read more
Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) is an eight-week program designed specifically to teach people how to avoid depression relapse and to develop new and effective ways of addressing anxiety.
If you have experienced ongoing depression or sadness, low mood or anxiety that comes back over and over, or even repeated episodes of major depression, this short-term program may be able to help you. Read more
One of the greatest challenges facing those who have experienced depression or chronic anxiety is the question of how to stop it recurring. Ironically, the success of modern depression treatments has actually increased this problem. The most common treatment for depression is anti-depressant drugs, Read more
I’ve been teaching Mindfulness as a tool to deal with depression and anxiety for a number of years, and the other day, a friend forwarded me this article from the NY Times, “Hazy Recall as a Signal Foretelling Depression.” It talks about the connection between depression and “overgeneral memory” Read more