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Jon Kabat Zinn says that, “Mindfulness is paying attention on purpose, non-judgmentally, in the present moment, as if your life depended on it.” 


Indeed, research on mindfulness has shown that, among other things, mindfulness increases our immune function, improves stress-related medical conditions, aids our neurological functioning, increases our feelings of well being, and decreases anxiety and depression. 


Socially, people who practice mindfulness report greater satisfaction in intimate relationships, greater empathy, and stronger parenting skills.


Each of Kate’s sessions involves some time spent in mindfulness, helping the client to deepen the relationship with themselves.

Boulder mindfulness counseling
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