Write a 5-7 page ESSAY/RESEARCH PAPER/custom written DISSERTATION (does not include title, abstract, table of contents and reference pages). This research is based upon spiritual based therapy/ies with research to support their effectiveness.
You should have several references and at least three of these should be primarily from scholarly (academic journals and texts) sources (see more info below). The ESSAY/RESEARCH PAPER/custom written DISSERTATION should also describe the therapeutic effects of prayer or mindfulness and meditation on mental health and illness. The ESSAY/RESEARCH PAPER/custom written DISSERTATION should note the research and impact of the therapy/ies and provide a solid argument for its relevance.
The ESSAY/RESEARCH PAPER/custom written DISSERTATION should include:
Table of Contents
Introduction to your thesis
Research findings with subtitles to organize your info.
Note: You should have no less than three scholarly references in this ESSAY/RESEARCH PAPER/custom written DISSERTATION, each following APA rules. Websites can be secondary sources of research after the three (or more) scholarly ones. A good ESSAY/RESEARCH PAPER/custom written DISSERTATION would have 5 to 8 references. If you need help finding scholarly sources, consult with the librarian. References show that you have researched your topic well. Including a combination from various sources shows you have surveyed knowledge in both academic and practical domains. Your research should primarily focus on scholarly sources, but you can also make use of the text, the Lecture Notes, and other research. Please follow APA guideline, check grammar, punctuation, sentence structure and organization/flow of topic. There are 80 available points for this assignment.
My ESSAY/RESEARCH PAPER/custom written DISSERTATION Topic and thesis statement:
The research in this ESSAY/RESEARCH PAPER/custom written DISSERTATION will discuss the effect of Mindfulness-Based Therapy on anxiety and depression. The term mindfulness in this case refers to a series of actions or steps that leads to a mental state portrayed by non-judgemental awareness of a persons current struggle (stress or anxiety). This includes a person’s sensations, thoughts, bodily states, consciousness, and the environment around them, while encouraging openness curiosity and acceptance. (Hoffman 2010) There are three components to this type of therapy that will be researched and addressed, sitting meditation, Hatha Yoga, and body scan: a sustained mindfulness practice.
An analysis of Mindfulness-Based Therapy will reveal that the process of spiritual based therapy can be as effective in some cases, as psychotherapy methods to treat anxiety, stress and depression.
Information retrieved from: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2848393/?wptouch_preview_theme=enabled
Here are my research references and 3 other links to scholarly Journals:
1. This journal discusses the theory and research towards the many people who receive greater benefit through mindfulness practice after having mindfulness-based interventions. Some of these interventions include MBCT- Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy.
Kumar, S., Feldman, G., & Hayes, A. (2008). Changes in Mindfulness and Emotion Regulation in an Exposure-Based Cognitive Therapy for Depression. Cognitive Therapy and Research Cogn Ther Res, 734-744. https://link.springer.com.libproxy.chapman.edu/article/10.1007/s12671-011-0070-5
2. Like Mindfulness-based therapy, Acceptance and Commitment based therapy focus’ on a persons thoughts and feelings. Participants are to try not to focus on their symptoms of anxiety and depression as a problem.
Georg H. Eifert, G., & Forsyth, J. (2005). Acceptance & Commitment Therapy for Anxiety Disorders: A Practitioner’s Treatment Guide to Using Mindfulness, Acceptance, and Values-Based Behavior Change Strategies. https://link.springer.com.libproxy.chapman.edu/article/10.1007/s10879-006-9024-y
3. In this journal, we learn that mindfulness training can be a strong strategy for stress and trauma reduction. This journal also introduces us to exposure-based cognitive therapy for depression and how that coincides with mindfulness-based training.
Georg H. Eifert, G., & Forsyth, J. (2005). Acceptance & Commitment Therapy for Anxiety Disorders: A Practitioner’s Treatment Guide to Using Mindfulness, Acceptance, and Values-Based Behavior Change Strategies.