Mindfulness-Based Therapy in Guelph

Mindfulness allows you to experience whatever is going on in your life without becoming overwhelmed. Learning to respond to pain, distress and other unpleasant experiences mindfully makes them more manageable and helps prevent things from feeling intolerable.

In recent years, mindfulness has been integrated into many approaches to therapy, and research continues to show how valuable mindfulness is in helping manage everything from anxiety and stress, to depression, to chronic pain and illness, and more. I can help you learn how to bring mindfulness into your life so that you can experience its benefits.


Mindfulness for Depression   

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Mindfulness helps you manage anxiety, worries and panic. By focusing on the present moment, mindfulness reduces worrying and slows down your mind and racing thoughts, allowing you to relax, and focus on things you can do in the present rather than worrying about things outside of your control.

Mindfulness for Depression   


Struggling with depression? Mindfulness offers an alternative to dwelling in the past or worrying about the future. Mindfulness teaches you to calm your mind, reduces rumination and self-criticism, and makes negative thoughts and emotions more manageable.


Mindfulness for Stress   

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Overcome by with stress from work, relationships, family, change or factors beyond your control? Mindfulness is an effective way to reduce stress, prevent it from accumulating, and cope with stress when it gets to be too much. Reducing stress through mindfulness also offers numerous health benefits.

Mindfulness for Growth   

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Mindfulness encourages personal growth by promoting self-knowledge, understanding, awareness and acceptance. By quieting your mind, mindfulness allows you to access your intuition and inner wisdom and helps you move towards a more fulfilling and satisfying life.


Online MBCT &
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© Guelph Therapist Greg Dorter
5 Cedar St Guelph ON N1G 1B9 Canada 226-500-4086
Mindfulness, Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) and Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR).