How does The Mindful Being Intervene?

Psychological intervention is defined as a relationship aimed at promoting a better adaptation of the individual to a given situation and thereby optimizing his or her personal resources in relation to autonomy, self-knowledge and self-help. Psychological treatment is sometimes called ‘psychotherapy’ or ‘talking therapy’. Evidence shows that psychological treatments work well for emotional, mental and behavioural issues. Psychological treatments are useful for people of all ages, including children. They can help people from different cultural, social and language backgrounds. You can have psychological treatment in an individual session, as part of a group, or online. It involves talking about your thoughts with a professional to:

• better understand your own thinking and behaviour
• understand and resolve your problems
• recognise symptoms of mental illness in yourself
• reduce your symptoms
• change your behaviour
• improve your quality of life.

  • Evaluation and Treatment Plans
  • Psychological Assessment
  • Individual Education Plan
  • Remedial Teaching
  • Child Therapy
  • Interpersonal Therapy
  • Couple Therapy
  • Family Therapy
  • Group Therapy
  • Logotherapy
  • Behaviour Therapy
  • Cognitive Behaviour Therapy
  • Grief Therapy
  • Acceptance and Commitment Therapy
  • Anger Management
  • Stress Management

For many people, spiritual beliefs are very important – and these people may not be too far off. Some researchers, for instance, equate a person’s wellbeing with the combined health of a person’s mind, body, and soul. Perhaps this is why a spiritual crisis in some people’s lives may result in upheaval and crises in the rest of their lives. Spiritual counseling is a type of counseling that focuses on a person’s spiritual side. There are a couple of reasons why a person may consider spiritual counseling. First of all, they may seek out spiritual counseling in order to explore or solidify their own personal spiritual beliefs. Some people might also seek out the guidance of spiritual counselors when they need help solving other problems in their lives, based on their spiritual beliefs. Spiritual interventions are approaches that involve existential aspects such as finding meaning and purpose in life. Spiritual interventions may include activities such as spiritual counseling, meaning-focused meditation, or psychotherapy. Spiritual interventions have been studied for their effects on anxiety and depression among patients. Spiritual needs can include:

  • the need for meaning and purpose in our lives.
  • the need to love and feel loved.
  • the need to feel a sense of belonging.
  • the need to feel hope, peace, and gratitude.

• Access Consciousness
• Bach Flower Therapy
• Lama Fera
• Merkaba Healing
• Angel Therapy
• Imara Reiki
• Reiki
• Angel Card Reading
• Angel Board Reading
• Mindful Meditations
• SwitchWords & SwitchNumbers
• Mind-Body Wellness
• Pendulum Dowsing


• Meditation Clips
• Need Based Workshops
• Positive Affirmations
• Chanting

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