Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT)

MBCT was developed by clinical psychologists Mark Williams, Zindel Segal and John Teasdale. MBCT is a program for individuals who have been diagnosed with clinical depression in the past. They may have participated in several treatments, e.g. therapy and/or medication and they may have experienced at least one relapse. It requires a lot of courage and patience as well as commitment to embrace this experience and to learn to live with it. MBCT is a combined program based on CBT and Mindfulness. It is mainly developed to prevent the relapse of depression.

This program can be facilitated as a group program or offered on an individual basis. MBCT is an eight-week program teaching individuals in better managing their experience with depression and/or anxiety. For more information go to the Oxford Mindfulness Centre Webpage




Depression and Anxiety

Behavioural, Emotional, Cognitive Pattern

Impact of mood on our reactions


Paper and Pencil


Reflection and Inquiry


Mindfulness Meditation


Regina is a registered ACCESS MBCT Therapist.

ACCESS MBCT is an international listing of mental health professionals who are committed to excellence in the delivery, training and dissemination of Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy.

*In some countries, MBCT therapists are referred to as MBCT instructors or teachers and all are equally eligible for listing on ACCESS MBCT.