Groups – Meditation for Mental Health

Please contact Michele about these upcoming sessions:

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WINTER 2023 – Wed – Jan 11 to Feb 15 (see below)


(On-line) Practice & Support Group

Develop & Apply Mindfulness Skills to More Effectively   Navigate Challenging Emotions & Cope with Stress, Anxiety & Change

            If you want to learn to practice mindfulness meditation in a supportive group where you can show up as yourself, this may be the group for you!  We will focus on mindfulness practices beginning with an opening meditation followed by a group check-in.  Working with what arises in our sessions, we will discuss our challenges and how we might apply mindfulness to these challenges.  We will also explore key mindfulness teachings such as compassion, acceptance, suffering & working with resistance along with their applications to mental health.   

Ongoing research into the many benefits of mindfulness and mindfulness meditation continue to point to its effectiveness in managing anxiety, depression, stress and other conditions. The power of mindfulness is in knowing what is happening when it’s happening. This awareness enables us to pause, step out of old habits and build new responses. A supportive community is a key factor in creating these changes but your level of participation is always up to you.

The following sessions are offered by Michele Cadotte, MA RP.  Michele has completed the Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) Teacher Training Intensive Course, Trauma-Sensitive Yoga and the Meditation & Psychotherapy Program (Tara Brach).  As a Mindfulness Practitioner of many years, she is passionate about sharing the benefits of the practice.

  • Winter 2023 Session A:   Wed Mornings- Jan 11 – Feb 15 (6 weeks) from 7:30 – 8:30AM
  • Winter 2023 Session B:  Wed Evenings – Jan 11 – Feb 15 (6 weeks) from 5:30 – 6:30PM
  • Spring Sessions will run from March/April to May

The cost for the 6 sessions is $150 and enrollment is limited to 10 participants.  Please email me at with any inquiries or to confirm your spot.  I invite you to visit my website to view my biography and for more information about my services.  I look forward to practicing with you.

“The wandering mind is an unhappy mind”.  Matt Killingsworth

Mindfulness: “It’s the moment when you look at a sunset, and before judging that it’s a sunset, you simply understand that it’s beautiful.” 

Liz Frost

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