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Clinical Psychologist Dr Michael Eisen, offering online Mindfulness-based therapy

Mindful therapy with Dr Michael Eisen

Live the life you want

Stressed, overwhelmed, unsure of your direction in life?

With mindfulness based therapy you can stop the struggle and start moving forward.

I offer:

Expertise

Clinical Psychologist - trained to doctoral level

Experienced meditator and trained mindfulness teacher

Flexibility

Meet online, wherever suits you

Care

What matters most is the relationship between us

 

You should feel heard, understood, and safe

"Michael has been incredible in helping me understand who I am and helping me improve my mental health both in the short and long term, and I cannot thank him enough for his help."

B.R.

"My year of therapy with Michael was life-changing. I wouldn’t hesitate to go back to him if necessary, or to recommend him to others."

P.J.

"I had tried meditation to tackle stress and anxiety before, but it wasn't until receiving Michael's guidance that it really started working for me."

L.S.

What next?

01.

Get in touch

You can contact me to ask questions and arrange a meeting, or you can book straight in

02.

Meet

We will meet online, either for a free 30-minute initial chat, or for a full 50-minute therapy session

03.

Pay

You can pay using health insurance or directly via bank transfer - £100 per session

04.

Come when you like

 

You can either have a regular weekly or fortnightly slot, or book in as and when suits you

What is mindful therapy?

Mindfulness means being in the here-and-now, instead of being lost in thought. Stepping back from our thoughts can bring immediate relief, because it's often our thoughts that cause our suffering. More importantly, it can help you do what you really want to, instead of being yanked around by your passing thoughts and feelings. And when you do what you really want, life gets better.

To learn mindfulness, it can be very helpful to meditate. But you don't have to - you can also practice mindfulness "on the go".

Nowadays, mindfulness is part of many psychological therapies, such as Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction, Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy, and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. As a Clinical Psychologist, I am trained in a range of therapies, and have undertaken further specialist training in Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction and Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy. I have written two books on Acceptance and Commitment Therapy.

More importantly, I have been practising mindfulness and meditation daily for 10 years and have felt their benefits in my own life. This means that I understand "from the inside" how they work, what they can do, and how they can be woven together with other therapeutic techniques.

In particular, we might combine mindfulness techniques with: 

  • practical plans for changing your life

  • exploration of your past, in order to understand where your difficulties come from

  • self-compassion - learning to be kinder to yourself.

So, while we'll start with mindfulness, we won't stop there.

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