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Wellmind Health are pleased to announce a research study that has been published in the British Medical Journal, demonstrating the clinical effectiveness of their web-based Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) course, Be Mindful.

The effectiveness of the Be Mindful course was the subject of a highly significant research study, published in the British Journal of Midwifery.

Ultrasound image - pregnancy study

In collaboration with the University of Oxford and the University of Southampton’s Schools of Psychology, a randomized control design study find Be Mindful to be an effective intervention for pregnant women.

The findings indicate significant reductions in levels of stress, anxiety and depression, with these reductions, whilst also reducing worry about pregnancy and labour distress, with these reductions being maintained post-pregnancy.

The research findings evaluating the clinical effectiveness of this digital MBCT course was published in the British Medical Journal of Midwifery on November 29th 2019. Read the full article here.

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