Online Therapists for Anxiety
Welcome! I provide online therapy through Skype for treating dependence, depression, stress, as well as other kinds of compulsive thinking. In case you'd like to get help from an online therapist, please see my web site, CounselingTherapyOnline.com, and email me, and then we are able to discuss if on-line therapy is a suitable choice for you.
Most people truly enjoy online therapy. It's much less intimidating, it's a service you'll be able to access wherever you live it is far more suitable and, needless to say, whether in America or abroad to get the type of help which you need for stress, depression, addiction or another emotional issues.
The kind of treatment that I offer online is called Mindfulness Therapy, which is a particularly productive method of working with anxiety, depression and dependence. It's a very effective and cost effective way of getting the help that you might want.
Basically Mindfulness Therapy lets you change the root cause of your stress or depression instead of only treating the symptoms. So, it's more cost effective than conventional talk therapy; it is far better than medications, which, of course, merely treat the symptoms.
Therefore, if you would like to get assistance from a web-based therapist, please visit my site and contact me and we could schedule an online treatment session. All you'll need is Skype and PayPal to make secure online payments after completion of a good web connection plus every session. So, please visit my site now and contact me. Thanks!
|Online Therapists can help you overcome anxiety or depression|
On-Line Counseling is becoming more popular than ever in today's frantic life. As a professional psychotherapist, I've found a dramatic rise in the amount of customers who prefer to conduct their therapy sessions in the comfort of their very own residences. All say that they discover online sessions using Skype or alternative videocam formats to be much less intimidating and strangely , more relaxed and more personal. This is vital therapeutically because this comfortable space helps clients get in touch with their feelings and explore them at a subtle level, which, obviously, is an extremely delicate process demanding tremendous susceptibility, still and existence.
There is also a feeling of self-empowerment related to the internet format, along with the customer has a tendency to feel more in charge of the process and is less inclined to take on the function of the helpless, broken person needing to be fixed by means of an authority figure.
Mindfulness Therapy, a type of Cognitive Therapy that concentrates on the feelings behind ideas and beliefs seems to be especially well suited to the online format, partially because customers spend much of the time with their eyes closed, as they explore the subtle internal structure of their nervousness or depression, rage or traumatic recollections.
Mindfulness Therapy ExplainedMindfulness Therapy is a very focused approach and is quite distinct from conventional speaking treatments, since the focus is really on the central sensory structure of tension and other states of emotional imbalance as well as the process, rather than on the content of the private narrative or thoughts. What is of primary interest is the psychological feeling energy that permeates negative thoughts and beliefs, as it is this compulsive force that gives significance and power to dysfunctional thinking. Without this mental charge, beliefs, negative thoughts and memories have a tendency to lose their power and dissipate. We say that they lose their operating power and residency time, which means that they have less compulsive affect, less skill to dominate our minds, and we tend to spend less time proliferating and ruminating dysfunctional thinking.
All Mindfulness Therapy begins with practicing and learning the skill of self-reflection during the day, learning to understand our habitual cognitive reactivity and emotional reactivity. We begin to awaken to what's going on instead of being carried along by habit; we start to become "conscious" and "awake" rather than functioning on autopilot.
After identifying our customs - to become restless and awful in others, angry or frustrated in certain situations or upset - we then refine the process and teach ourselves to manage to get each unique reactive idea and emotion as it appears in real-time. Mindfulness Therapy, generally, consistently proceeds from the abstract to the special, as it's much simpler to work on changing special reactions and ideas than to alter general emotional states. Search for those special thoughts that appear and get them on before they have time to proliferate. Stress is a classic example of proliferative thinking that may turn a small anxiety reaction into a nightmare. You can frequently prevent the further anguish related to stress, if you're able to capture the anxiety reaction on. Form many folks this could make all the difference, and becoming really skilful in this process is the start of Mindfulness Therapy and result in profound changes. This was understood by the Buddha, 2600 years ago, who educated us the commendable merit of awakening to our anguish, called dukkha, instead of blindly accepting it and proliferating dukkha out of unawareness, or ignorance.
This is the most important period and is where heavy transformation and healing happens. Finally, learning to recognize our reactivity isn't sufficient to transform it, but it does stop the process of proliferation, often described as "feeding the animal". Then it will become weaker and less powerful if you don't feed your stress.
In the RELATIONSHIP phase, we make a radical and fundamental choice that may fully turn the situation around, and that's that we choose to turn towards the suffering. We train ourselves to welcome it, to make a space for our inner pain, to greet it as we would a friend; a teacher. This, of course, is the reverse of our usual result which to react a second time to the sensed nervousness with resistance, aversion and avoidance or fantasizing about how better it'd be, "if only..."
The Buddha taught much about the significance of compassion - well here it is - real empathy in which you allow your pain to exist, unthreatened and in security, unmolested by the commanding self. This is the result of kindness, of caring, of true compassion that is only called love. Malleability and this fluidity is necessary for the resolution of anguish and tension and also healing. Reactivity consistently has a hardness and unyielding quality to it, can change, and when we are locked into patterns of reactive thinking and feeling nothing. Mindfulness restores the internal creative and intuitive space of pure awareness in which your internal intuitive wisdom can bloom and direct the healing process quite naturally. Tight, contracted emotional formations unfold and loosen up, showing more detailed internal structure in the sensory level. As we find more of this experiential detail that is subtle, often in the form of imagery, body senses and subtle feelings, healing and transformation accelerate. Often we can intuit what needs to happen next and experiment with making little changes at the sensory level and checking how the emotion affect.
When the RELATIONSHIP period of knowledge that is mindfulness is well cultivated, transformation starts in earnest. When we enter the abundant experiential world of inner vision as well as the subtle feelings that accompany this vision that is inborn, the nerve pathways to resolution begin to present themselves quite naturally and we can start to learn more about the details of what contributes to the resolution of the emotion. This is actually the RESOLUTION period of Mindfulness Therapy.
In one case, mindfulness was concentrated by a woman onto a persistent psychological complex of remorse-nervousness that affected every portion of relationships and her life with her husband and kids. In the accepting and open state of aware-presence, she detected the remorse was black in color and had a hard metallic triangular shape. It answered that it needed light, when she asked it what it needed. She did a little experiment and shone a light on the object. Then she found she tried another experiment in which she tried wrapping the tough black object in a blanket, and that what it actually needed more than light was heat. After several more experiments, she discovered that lying beside the item and giving her body heat to it worked best. The contracted state softened, as she imagined doing that she could feel the remorse lift, and also the imagery changed too. The black item appeared to float from her body and became aglow.
This procedure in which our internal creative experiential vision is allowed to unfold naturally and with no hindrance of the believing mind is extremely strong and creates new means of relating to the target reality of life events, memories and injuries that are correlated with "stuck" emotional reactions like guilt, rage, nervousness as well as depression.
Besides face to face therapy sessions, Dr. Strong offers On-Line Mindfulness Therapy through Skype and email correspondence. Teaching seminars are also available for interested groups and businesses focused on wellness.