The Minded Institute

Mindfulness for Dermatological Conditions

by Nicole Schnackenberg www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov The psychological/emotional underpinnings and ramifications of suffering from various skin conditions have only recently been given serious consideration in the scientific literature. This is despite the fact that emotional correlations with dermatological conditions such as eczema and psoriasis were made more…

Read More
The Minded Institute

Mindfulness for Suicidality

Suicide is the intentional ending of one’s own life. It is a serious and growing problem. The highest suicide rate in the UK is for men aged 45-49. Whilst male suicide rates have decreased slightly in the past couple of years, female suicide rates have…

Read More
The Minded Institute

Working Psychotherapeutically with Grief-Fuelled Depression

Whilst we all have days when we would rather stay in bed, depression is an insidious and hope-draining affliction in which the sufferer truly sees life itself as the enemy. Whilst the word ‘depressed’ is now commonly used colloquially to express the sense of  feeling…

Read More
The Minded Institute

Introducing Minded Yoga therapist Mieke Kreeftenberg

“Yoga really helped me cope and find strength” This week, meet the lovely Mieke: “I am Mieke. I have practiced yoga since the early ’90s. I have worked in stressful managerial roles in the Telecoms/ IT industry in the past and, for several years, at…

Read More