Mindfulness has become an important tool in our work with clients. Clients learn the process of viewing thoughts, emotions, physical sensations and all that can come into awareness with a stance of non-judgment.

Through this non-judgmental stance we can better learn how our own mind operates. When we gain understanding how our mind operated we often experience a greater sense of control of ourselves and feel better integrated in our relationships.

Mindfulness has been shown to be particularly helpful for problems like chronic pain, obsessive thinking and worries and behavioral problems.