Calming the anxious mind

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  • Monday, 02 Jun 2014

A mindfulness course changed everything for one woman who spent a lifetime suffering from anxiety.

IS ANYONE genuinely surprised by the findings of a report suggesting that mindfulness based cognitive therapy (MBCT) is effective in treating depression and anxiety? Almost four years ago, I went to my doctor, Jonty Heaversedge, because the anxiety that had dogged me all my life had reached a frightening level.

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