Lunchtime Mindfulness and Exercise Training have only Weak Benefits for Stress and Mental Health

Lunchtime Mindfulness and Exercise Training have only Weak Benefits for Stress and Mental Health   By John M. de Castro, Ph.D.   ”The research is strong for mindfulness’ positive impact in certain areas of mental health, including stress reduction, emotion and attention regulation, reduced rumination, for reducing mild to moderate depression and anxiety, and preventing depressive relapse.” – Kelle Walsh   Over the last several […]

Reduce Psychological Distress and Improve Emotion Regulation with Online Mindfulness Training

Reduce Psychological Distress and Improve Emotion Regulation with Online Mindfulness Training   By John M. de Castro, Ph.D.   “Mindful emotion regulation represents the capacity to remain mindfully aware at all times, irrespective of the apparent valence or magnitude of any emotion that is experienced. It does not entail suppression of the emotional experience, nor any […]