What is Mindfulness?



Jon Kabat-Zinn has described it as:

“… paying attention in a particular way;  On purpose,
in the present moment, and nonjudgmentally.”


Mindfulness can be cultivated through practice and intention.  It has been know to be helpful in managing anxiety, depression and chronic pain.


Benefits of a mindfulness practice:big ass leaf
  • Support recovery from trauma
  • Increase concentration and attention
  • Reduce anxiety & stress
  • Increase empathy and improve relationships
  • Learn self-management, relaxation and acceptance


Mindfulness is a very useful tool in psychotherapy and life. I integrate mindfulness into therapy with clients to increase life satisfaction and aid in the recovery of trauma and relationship ruptures. Whether you are curious about mindfulness, have dabbled in meditation, or are seeking community with your mindfulness practice, I’m here to support your journey.

Browse some resources on mindfulness on my resource page.

Contact Natasha Morisawa, LMFT:
(626) 321-5869
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