Physical wellness, mental wellbeing, psychological state (feelings, emotions, beliefs, perspectives), and social relationships (connections, behaviours, cultural values, and the influence of family, school, colleagues, and community) all have an impact on an individual's psychosocial well-being as stated by WHO. In order to understand the circumstances, Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) involves mindful, walking, breathing smiling, indepth looking. accepting, love, compassion, a need to alleviate pain and create happiness are always the benefits of being attentive, touching intimately the present moment. MBCT has evolved into something that can help with a variety of concerns which includes anxiety, stress, sadness, overwhelm, frustration as well as behavioural issues like anger control. It's also a great approach to live a more mindful life. MBCT therapists employ these strategies to teach clients how to break free from negative thought patterns that might lead to a depressed state, allowing them to battle depression before it takes hold. It's a method of being in the world as well as a practise. This study is planned as a quasi-experimental study to see if mindfulness training, which includes balanced nutrition, physical activity, self-care, positive affirmations, self-introspection, stress-relieving exercises, and meditation, can help new moms improve their psychological well-being.