Help Clients Reduce Anxiety Through Mindfulness

Free infographic to help reduce your clients' anxiety and engage with the present moment


Many clients initially think mindfulness is just ‘focus on breathing’ or some silly exercises, but you want to help show your clients what they can actually do with these practices.

Mindfulness exercises encourage clients to notice and accept their thoughts without obsessing over them. You’ll help them to focus on the present moment in meaningful, nonjudgmental ways and take power away from anxious thoughts.

Use this practical and engaging exercise to help your clients commit to using their senses of sight, sound, touch, taste, and smell to channel their thoughts in a purposeful direction. As clients continue to practice, they will find it easier to incorporate mindfulness into their daily lives until it becomes a natural part of who they are.

Download this free infographic to help reduce your clients' anxiety and engage with the present moment.

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