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Dr Warrick Bishop recounts an encounter with one of his patients that taught him the importance of mindfulness in his career. Although I have never participated in any structured learning or courses in relation to mindfulness, I have often kept the concept in back of mind. Without any training or guidance in the technique, my feeling has always been that mindfulness is a process where, particularly in the consulting room, we can step back from the immediate interactions and situation to try and more objectively understand without being driven or responsive by emotion...we can deal with fact not feeling. Read More.

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