Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is a form of psychotherapy that emphasizes the powerful role of thinking in how we feel and what we do. Cognitive behavioral therapy teaches us that when our brains are healthy, it is our thinking that causes us to feel and act the way we do. Therefore, it is important to identify thinking patterns that are causing unwanted feelings and behaviors. And, then we learn to replace them with thinking patterns that lead to more desirable feelings and behaviors.
Families are the center of our personal lives. Unresolved issues, from current or past problems, will create stress and confusion within your primary unit. How you handle conflict within your family will have a lasting effect on you and your family. Accountability is a key factor in respecting yourself and others. When conflict occurs we need skills to leave emotions out of the business of problem solving.
When we utilize self-hypnosis we are tapping into our unconscious mind. Every person develops their own unique wall between their conscious mind and their unconscious mind. Self-hypnosis helps remove the wall/barrier and builds a bridge that connects the two sides of the mind. As the wall is gradually removed, a person can begin to benefit from the inner resources of their unconscious mind. Now, they can benefit from memories and information that they do not recall from day to day.
Marriage is a choice. Problems occur in all marriages. How you handle them will have a lasting effect on your relationship--positive or negative. Unhealthy patterns and routines create frustration and confusion in your marriage. How do you let your partner know what you want and need from them? Accountability is a key factor in respecting yourself and others. When conflict occurs you need skills to leave your emotions out of the business of problem solving.
There are a lot of choices for teens to deal with in today's world. Teenagers and their parents are struggling with the teens wanting independence while still needing parental guidance. Teenagers often have problems expressing their thoughts, feelings and needs to parents. These communication conflicts often result in behavioral problems that can be long lasting. Teen Crisis Management using cognitive behavioral skills will achieve a positive solution for all members of your family.
Do you feel empty, tired, or have trouble making decisions? Take back your life and your energy. Depression does not have to be an on-going part of your life. There are ways to manage your thoughts and feelings without falling into depression. Understand your symptoms and learn what to do about them. Change your thinking and become more decisive about what you want, need, and deserve from life.