Mindfulness at CPC
Overwhelm? Agitation? Loneliness? Sadness?
Develop Mindfulness Techniques in a Virtual Small Group Course.
Clinically Proven Results
We practice Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT), an evidence-based modality that has clinically proven results to help prevent relapse of anxiety and depression symptoms. Through weekly virtual group visits, Mindfulness at CPC provides techniques to help participants navigate moments of emotional discomfort when they arise (because they will arise).
Is This Right for Me?
If you find yourself challenged with anxious or depressive thoughts, please fill out our contact form for a virtual individual intake appointment. Together, we will determine if Mindfulness at CPC is right for you. If so, you will then be provided with a link to sign up for a course day and time. Insurance will be billed for your sessions.
Small, Focused Groups
Each weekly virtual session lasts approximately 90 minutes and consists of guided mindfulness practices, mindful movements offered in both standing and sitting positions, and cognitive therapy exercises. Group size will be limited to 12 participants and the group will be broken down even further during group discussions into breakout rooms of 2-3 participants to allow for easier sharing. A major objective of mindfulness is to bring the practitioner into present moment awareness. Therefore, group discussions will focus on what one experienced while performing a specific practice or exercise, not intentionally dredging up old wounds.
Your Mindfulness Practitioner
Sippora Lehrhaupt, M.S. PA-C has been a primary care Physician Assistant since 2007 and has received further training from Harvard Medical School for Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy.