Carucha Schwencke - Den Haag, psychosociale therapie, mindfulness en coaching



















































































































Stress-Care for Health

Mindfulness programmes if you are looking for ways to:

  • Manage stress and the challenges of life more effectively 
  • Cope with anxiety and prevent depression relapse 
  • Develop tools to cope with chronic pain and illness  
  • Help you be more present, more focused and directed
  • Respond vs react to stress
  • Cultivate a sense of well-being


Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction managing stressful
    life challenges and improving a healthy work-life-balance

Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy supports
    vulnerability to anxiety and depression   

Mindfulness-Based Pain Management to cope with chronic pain and illness, such as: 
    back pain, cancer, arthritis, fybromyalgia, lyme, fatigue, post-operative pain, MS and Parkinson's 

The Mindfulness based progrmmes are primarily educational and practice orientated, taught in a spirit of kind acceptance rather than harsh tense resistance. 

The workbooks provide you with a wide range of mindfulness skills to ease and manage the causes of stress, anxiety, and recurrent depression.
As for pain and illness, you will learn how to emotionally soften the rejection and resistance, with a supportive and caring eye for the possibilities and limitations.

Each programme comes with an extensive step-by-step workbook including worksheets, journalling, hands-on exercises, mp3 guided meditations and gentle movement based on yoga and pilates. Familiar with meditation or yoga isn't necessary.

Secular approach
Mindfulness skills can be learned and practiced by anyone, whatever their background, regardless of age, gender or faith. Though it has its roots in Buddhist meditation, and while I understand, practice and respect these spiritual roots, my approach to teaching mindfulness is secular.

Mindfulness has entered the mainstream through the work of Jon Kabat-Zinn, the founder of Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) programme, which he launched at the University of Massachusetts Medical School in 1979. Since then countless programmes have been adapted for schools, prisons, hospitals, veterans centers, and beyond.

Healthy work-life balance
Business and in-company customised programmes, such as a healthy work-life balance, recovery and return-to-work support are listed on the Stress-Care for Buisness page.

In How Practising Mindfulness in the Workplace can Boost Productivity   you can read about the benefits of Mindulness for employers and employees alike.






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