Trish Bartley talks to Audible about the benefits of practicing mindfulness-based cognitive therapy in an effort to live kindly with cancer. As a cancer survivor and senior teacher at the Centre for Mindfulness, Research and Practice, Trish offers unique insight into the psychological difficulties of being with a life-threatening condition and how best to deal with them.
A useful tool for doctors, carers and patients alike, Trish suggests that mindfulness can offer peace of mind to those who find it difficult to live in and come to terms with the present, and she talks about this in her audiobook Mindfulness: A Kindly Approach to Being with Cancer. We ask her to detail the detrimental impact that living life in the fast lane can have and how mindfulness-based cognitive therapy can stop our lives from passing us by.
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