The Mindfulness Clinic
Our Mindfulness Clinic is a specialised support centre that provides services focused on individual mindfulness-oriented psychotherapy and counselling. The clinic is served by certified mindfulness teachers who are trained therapists, counsellors, and mental health professionals.
The Mindfulness Clinic supports clients who need individual therapy and treatment coupled with mindfulness approaches. We are currently able to support clients with the following mental health conditions:
Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
Disruptive behaviour and dissocial disorders
Here are some key features of our mindfulness clinic:
1. Expert Guidance: We offer guidance from experienced professionals who have in-depth knowledge of mindfulness practices. These experts may have undergone extensive training in mindfulness-based approaches as well as
2. Mindfulness-Oriented Approaches: The clinic provides structured mindfulness exercises that may span over several weeks or months. These programs may include individual therapy sessions where participants learn various mindfulness techniques, including meditation, breathing exercises, body scans, and mindful movement either practiced alone or with a caregiver(s).
3. Individualised Treatment: We recognise that each individual's needs and goals are unique. They may offer personalised treatment plans tailored to the specific requirements of participants. This may involve assessing the individual's mental health, identifying areas of concern, and developing strategies to incorporate mindfulness into their daily lives.
4. Mindful-Based Therapies: In addition to mindfulness meditation, clinics may integrate other therapeutic approaches that incorporate mindfulness principles. These may include cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) with a mindfulness focus, acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), and dialectical behavior therapy (DBT).
5. Group Support: Mindfulness clinics may refer to group sessions to create a supportive environment, when needed, where individuals can share their experiences, learn from others, and build a sense of community. Group settings also offer opportunities for practicing mindfulness together, fostering a shared understanding of the practice.