Using Meditation Strategies for Anxiety Relief in Psychotherapy
In this highly complex and technological world we can easily forget our own deep need for meaningful connection in work and relationships. Placing too much value on technical skills and expertise can disconnect us from a sense of purpose and self. What gives us motivation and meaning? How can we find our worth and self-esteem in a world as busy and pressured as ours? What restores us?
Clarity and Confidence
Individual psychotherapy that includes meditation strategies is a great way to begin a journey of discovery and meaning. With support, insight, cognitive techniques and concrete practices you will find solutions that reduce stress and help you develop a real sense of self-confidence.
Two Types of Meditation
The beauty of meditation, now almost 2700 years old, is that it is proven to reduce anxiety by helping you focus your thinking. There are basically two types of meditation: one teaches mind focus and concentration and the other emphasizes insight. With improved focus comes clarity and solutions to problems that once seemed unresolvable. I can teach you both forms of this practice.
Meditation in Individual Psychotherapy Can Address:
3. Relationship Issues
4. Career Concerns
5. Addictions and Compulsive Behaviors
6. Depression and Grief
The Power of Self-Care
Mediation and psychotherapy are practices of self-care. In both you are setting time aside to care just for yourself. That is not selfish, but rather self-empowering and healing. The results of meditation are a clearer, more productive mind and a sense of presence and calmness. You become more proactive in life.
As an experienced psychotherapist, I provide a very safe and confidential setting for counseling. Together we explore and clarify the problems that produce anxiety and confusion in your life. With my guidance, you will gain a better understanding of yourself and the world around you.
If you live in the New York City area, call to learn more about how I help you conquer your anxiety issues through meditation in psychotherapy.
To schedule an appointment call (212) 229-0090 or click here.