When it comes to introducing mindfulness, people often have a lot of preconceived notions, along with plenty of objections about why the practice won’t work for them.
The range of protests can go from “I just don’t have enough focus” all the way to “This simply won’t work for me.”
If you’ve ever had a client who just wouldn’t be convinced that they could benefit from mindfulness, it may help to share with them a few research-supported ways that just might sway their opinion.
That’s why I wanted to share this video with you – it includes three powerful, evidence-based ways that mindfulness has created a real change.
Mindfulness is a practice with numerous benefits . . . and substantial research to back it up.
So when we’re able to integrate mindfulness into our work with patients, we’re giving them a uniquely effective tool that can help them reduce stress, strengthen focus, and speed healing.
And if you want to learn more ways to apply mindfulness in your work and life, be sure to check out our courses on mindfulness.
How have you encouraged your patients to try mindfulness practice? Please share your experience in the comments below.