Researchers found that school-based mindfulness program could reduce symptoms of depression and anxiety in adolescents. Professor Filip Raes, author and member of the Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences, KU Leuven, says that the study is the first to examine the effects of mindfulness in a large number of adolescents in a school-based setting. The study looked into the effects of mindfulness, which is a form of meditation therapy that focuses on practicing ‘attentiveness’ to one’s feeling and thoughts. People who are depressed often experience negative thoughts and worsening feelings. Learning to recognize these thoughts and feelings can help intervene […]Continue reading School Mindfulness Program Reduces Depression in Adolescents
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