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Going beyond 50 minutes in the room

Mindfulness and Compassion Focused Therapy

Blocks of 12, 18 or 24 sessions with Multi-agency review and liaison hours as additional


Compassion Focused Therapy (CFT) and Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) are two similar therapeutic approaches which teach techniques of self-acceptance and self-understanding in order to combat unhelpful ways of thinking.

CFT is most commonly used to treat those that struggle with high levels of shame and self-criticism, sometimes stemming from experiences in childhood to early adulthood. These traits are commonly linked to anxiety  disorders, mood disorders, eating disorders and  personality disorders.  

MBCT can also be used to treat high levels of shame and self-criticism, but can also be applied to issues such as depression. Differing from CFT, it places a core focus on the mindbody link and incorporates practises such as meditation and breathing exercises.


Who may benefit from this intervention?

Adults with a range of emotional needs including, anxiety, depression, past trauma, family relationship disturbances, unhealthy attachments, dependencies, work related stress.  

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