The Mindfulness Group participants will learn tools and techniques to address the following:
Coping with overwhelming anxiety, stress and worry
Dealing with difficult emotions
Fostering self-compassion and self-forgiveness
Unwinding addictive patterns
Establishing healthier communication habits
Finding presence in your body and mind
Increasing focus and decisiveness
Developing positive habits
Calming and understanding the mind
Navigating life transitions
Developing greater self-awareness and self-acceptance
Regulating emotions through breathwork practices
Learning a new framework for finding purpose and meaning in life
Jason Waterman is passionate about helping deal with issues of anxiety, depression, addiction, habit change, self-compassion, spirituality, shame, and finding purpose in life.
He offers a non-judgmental, collaborative exploration where clients can tap into their own capacity to heal, accept, and love themselves and others. His clients can expect to be both cared for and challenged to heal and grow.
Jason caters his sessions to the needs of each client. He draws upon a blend of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Acceptance & Commitment Therapy, Internal Family Systems, Somatic Therapy, Exposure Therapy, Mindfulness-Based Therapy and more. He uses a trauma-informed approach that believes healing occurs in the mind and the body.