Practicing mindfulness involves paying purposeful attention to our present-moment experience without judgment.  When we notice our thoughts and feelings without judging them, without trying to avoid them or push them away, and without being caught up in them or overwhelmed by them, we have an opportunity to see what is happening clearly.  With mindfulness, we can interrupt our habitual or "auto-pilot" reactions, access our own personal wisdom, identify what we truly need and choose actions that support well-being. 


As a Mindfulness-oriented psychotherapist, I help my clients to cultivate skills in mindfulness and self-compassion and to apply these skills to the difficulties they are facing in their lives.


Please feel free to browse the links I have provided below to learn more about Mindfulness-Based psychotherapy approaches and particular treatment issues:



About Self-Compassion - Kristen Neff, PhD

Self-Compassion - Chris Germer, PhD

Guided Meditation with Tara Brach; Psychotherapist and Meditation Teacher

Anderson Cooper reports on Mindfulness


About PTSD

About Depression

About Anxiety Disorders



About EMDR Therapy

To schedule an appointment, contact Rebecca:

Phone: 518-289-5829



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