Researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School found that Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy increased mindfulness, lowered depressive mood symptoms, lessened attentional difficulties, and increased emotion-regulation abilities, psychological well-being, positive affect, and psychosocial functioning in a sample of 12 patients with bipolar disorder. The results are published in the February issue of CNS Neurosciences & Therapeutics.
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