Our next Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy Group is now open for bookings

The practice of mindfulness is shown to be a powerful tool in the improvement of various health and well-being indicators, both mental and physical. Due to the popularity and success of our last Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) Group earlier in the year, Lilley Place is excited to announce we will be facilitating a new round of the group, to commence Sunday 8th October 2017. The cultivation of mindfulness-based techniques in a small-group environment will take place over 8 weekly sessions, delivered by one of Lilley Place’s experienced clinical psychologists.

An anonymous survey of our recent MBCT participants revealed a 94% satisfaction level, with the majority of respondents reporting greater awareness of body, thoughts and feelings. After the 8 sessions, participants recorded higher levels of psychological flexibility and acceptance – characteristics that are associated with lower levels of distress and problematic avoidance.

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For any queries, or to discuss whether this group may be beneficial for you, please contact our wonderful Lilley Place staff.


About the Author: Peta Lilley

Peta completed the Clinical Psychology PhD Program within the School of Psychology, The University of Queensland (UQ). The focus of her research was the development of emotional and behavioural difficulties (particularly Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, PTSD) in children and adolescents following trauma. Peta has also completed a post-doctoral research fellow position in the School of Medicine at UQ.


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