Mindfulness has been in existence for centuries and practiced by the Buddhists but has become extremely popular especially in therapeutic settings in the past 30 years or so. It is practiced in all walks of life from children to harried business owners to the elderly. Its health benefits are enormous, and its implications magnanimous.
For a therapist, managing mindfulness exercises for groups doesn’t have to be burdensome. Follow our four-step guide, and you’ll be well on your way to leading successful, effective groups for any type of client.
Mindfulness is a powerful tool when used in a therapy setting for individuals and for groups. Counselors can teach their clients a whole new set of skills for dealing with life’s issues on a daily basis.
To learn more about leading mindfulness groups, please contact us.
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