Mindfulness-based Therapy™ for Relationships

“When you have a mindful relationship with your partner, you are intentional about all your choices and actions within it. You become more responsive to each other and less reactive . . . You evolve to a higher level of interaction with one another, one in which your focus is not so much on yourselves but more on the health, happiness, and intimacy of the relationship.”
― S.J. Scott,

Mindfulness-based Therapy™ for Relationships training weaves together what the research says about effective relationship therapy and the literature that supports using mindfulness.

Mindfulness-based therapies have been reported to improve mental and physical health and well-being for decades. Recently, mindfulness-based training was used with couples in multiple studies and the results showed improvements in psychosocial and psychobiological symptoms. It is believed that mindfulness-based therapies for couples may improve relationship quality as well as reduce stress symptoms and improve mental health for individuals in the relationship (Beigh Zali, 2020; Winder et al., 2021).

Mindfulness-based Therapy™ for Relationships not only supports effective psychotherapy with couples but when the clinician practices mindfulness, therapeutic alliance is enhanced and the risk of professional burnout may be mitigated.

References

Beigh Zali, S. (2020). Evaluation Of The Effect Of Mindfulness-Based Training On Couple Burnout And Its Components (Fatigue And Emotional And Mental Exhaustion) In Maladjusted Couples. International Journal of Medical Investigation9(2), 60-74.

Winter, F., Steffan, A., Warth, M., Ditzen, B., & Aguilar‐Raab, C. (2021). Mindfulness‐based couple interventions: a systematic literature review. Family process60(3), 694-711.

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