Join our Mindfulness Community and practice together with us the most efficient technique:
in calming our busy minds,
in eliminating stress and anxiety,
and in learning self-kindness and self-compassion.
The change in our lives begin with a change in our minds.
How Mindfulness can help us through adversity & towards resilience
Mindfulness is the answer to our contemporary challenges, to our busy minds. Mindfulness is the only way to bring more Inner Peace and to release ourselves from the constant distractions, the restlessness, the anxiety, the negativethinking, the rumination, the FOMO (Fear Of Missing Out), the emotional overwhelmingness, the disconnection from others and from ourselves.
Mindfulness is not just the practice of meditation. Mindfulness is a mindset, or even more correctly: the change of mindset.
From self-judgment to self-kindness, from loneliness to connection, from emptiness to fulfillment, from rejection to acceptance, from indecisiveness to purposeful living.
Our mindfulness practices
We will practice mindfulness through various purposes: for calming, for more self-compassion, for more resilience, for overcoming anxiety & fear, for more focus, for cultivating positive thoughts, for releasing judgment, for taking a break, for boosting happiness, for more resilience, for challenging moments, for the busy mind, etc.
We will also discuss how each practice can be integrated into our daily professional and personal life in a practical way.
The Benefits of Mindfulness in our Mental Health
These are some of the empirically supported benefits of Mindfulness, as they were reported through research:
Boost to working memory
Less emotional reactivity
More emotional regulation
More cognitive flexibility
More relationship satisfaction
Enhanced ability to deal with illness
Enhance feelings of connection
The impact of mindfulness on stress can also be seen in several specific groups, including:
Those who suffer from restless legs syndrome (Bablas, Yap, Cunnington, Swieca, & Greenwood, 2016);
Hi, I'm Vassia. I am the Head Psychologist and the proud Founder and Owner of AntiLoneliness, a company offering mental health services in The Netherlands and also Worldwide. I am also a Trainer, a Perfectionism Expert and a Mental Health Ambassador.
✔ I am trained in (Group) Schema Therapy and Emotionally Focused Therapy, among other approaches (CBT, ACT, CFT, Mindfulness). ✔ I am a member of NIP (Dutch Institute for Psychologists). ✔ I am a member of ISST (International Society of Schema Therapy) and ICEEFT (International Center of Excellence in Emotionally Focused Therapy) ✔ I am collaborating with Universities and Organisations offering workshops and trainings, mainly on Perfectionism, Work Relationships, Burnout and Stress Management. ✔ Through AntiLoneliness and my team of psychologists, I offer individual, couples or group sessions to those who struggle with anxiety, depression, trauma, grief, burnout, loneliness, relationship issues, transition/change, expat life.
This service is based on a monthly subscription.
You don't need to start from the beginning of the month - whenever you start paying your subscription, you will gain access to the weekly mindfulness meetings.
You will get a different link for each week's mindfulness meeting.
Once your membership starts, you can't get a refund for a payment you have already made. If you don't want to be a member any more, you cancel your membership. You will still have access to the membership, until the end of the period you have paid for.
You can cancel your membership any time.
The sessions will be LIVE or prerecorded and available for streaming.
Mindfulness does not in any way replace counseling or psychotherapy - if you are experiencing mental health issues, it is highly recommended that you talk to your general practitioner or consult a professional of mental health. It is very common for mindfulness practice to be combined with psychotherapy, since both those approaches share the same goal: to eliminate the power of negative thinking and to help us gain perspective over our maladaptive thoughts.