Mindfulness Meditation at The ASD Clinic

If you are an adult with ASD and have been suffering with anxiety - perhaps your whole life - mindfulness may be the answer.

Warren Gibson provides a 6 week Mindfulness for Adults with Anxiety Program. All sessions are one-to-one with Warren, who has been trained in mindfulness meditation and has a particular interest in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). The program includes a range of resources, and participants are asked to do a small amount of practice between sessions. In the program you will learn the following:

  • Letting go of things you cannot control or change
  • Stop constantly worrying about the future
  • Not letting your anxiety dictate what you can and can't do
  • Being gentler with yourself about the mistakes you've made in the past
  • Living in the present moment
  • Understanding that your mind is like a time travelling machine
  • Realising that your thoughts are just thoughts and not facts
  • Learning that trying to control your anxiety can make it worse
  • Accepting your emotions rather than battling with them
  • Discovering that sometimes the less control you seek, the more control you have
  • Making space for your life, rather than your anxiety
  • Learning how to meditate - it's simple and easy to learn!

Please contact reception to find out more information or book an appointment.

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