Mindfulness & Grounding

Mindfulness & Grounding

Therapy for mindfulness and grounding can help you feel more aware of the present while fostering healthy thoughts.

What is Mindfulness?

Mindfulness is a state in which you are solely focused on the present. Because anxiety, depression, PTSD, and some other mental health issues are caused by lingering negative thoughts or emotions that usually stem from either a past or future events, psychologists use mindfulness-based techniques to encourage present moment awareness, while helping you keep your thoughts intentional and non-judgmental.

Mindfulness can help people with: 

  • Anxiety

  • Depression

  • Suicidal Ideation

  • Work and life stress

  • PTSD

  • Chronic health issues

  • Grief

Who Can Mindfulness Help?

What is Grounding?

Similar to mindfulness, grounding exercises are intended to bring you back to the present moment, in the here and now. Anxiety can be thought of as living in future worries, so it is helpful to be able to ground yourself in the present!

Grounding techniques are often used as a way helping you cope with anxiety, flashbacks or dissociation related to PTSD, and spiralling negative thoughts.