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Mindfulness Therapy

Dr. Wu integrates mindfulness with psychodynamic psychotherapy, underscoring commonalities in both practices. According to the patient’s psychological needs she may bring to the fore explicit mindfulness training, in the style of MBSR (Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction), by walking the patient through in-session exercises and aiding in the development of body-centered and non-judgmental awareness skills.

She may also call upon structured therapeutic models of MBCT (Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy) and ACT (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy), both based on integrating the value of non-judgmental awareness, focusing of attention, emotional tolerance, and non-attachment.

The integration of mindfulness skills and psychotherapy is, to a great extent, implicit in Dr Wu’s practice.

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Referral problems

Learn more about the types of referral problems that Dr. Wu treats and inform yourself about some of their common symptoms and underlying causes.

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