Mindfulness is a tool for personal growth, and fits together with psychotherapy, bodywork and yoga in a complementary, helpful and natural way.

Mindfulness is non-judgmental awareness of present moment experience. We might find ourselves driving long distances on ‘automatic-pilot’, without really being aware of what we’re doing. In the same way we may have not been ‘present’, moment by moment, at many points in our life.

Jon Gee - Mindfulness. London & Skype.
On auto-pilot we are more likely to have our ‘buttons pressed’: events around us, and our own thoughts, feelings and sensations (of which we might only be vaguely aware) can trigger old habits of feeling, thinking and behaviour that might be unhelpful, and may lead on to further, equally unhelpful negative thought patterns. By becoming more aware of our bodily sensations, feelings and thoughts, from moment to moment, we give ourselves the possibility of greater freedom and choice; we do not have to repeat old patterns.

There have been many, many studies into the efficacy of mindfulness training, and it is now a widely accepted fact that the adult nervous system is capable of plasticity, and it is possible to change the structure of the brain through repetitive training.

Jon Gee - Mindfulness

How often, and where do Mindfulness sessions take place?

I incorporate mindfulness sessions as part of either my online psychotherapy, or coaching and consultancy sessions. I do not offer them as individual, standalone treatments. Within these sessions I may work with you to design a mindfulness practice that you can incorporate into your daily life. Your personal practice might start with just a few minutes each day.

Find out more about my online psychotherapy, or coaching and consultancy sessions.

Get in touch!

If you’d like to find out more, please privately message me here, leaving your telephone number, and a good time to call you for a free, and confidential preliminary chat.